New York City Police Department
NEW YORK, NY - APRIL 26: In this handout photo provided by the New York City Police Department, an apparent part of the landing gear from one of the commercial planes used in the September 11 attacks sits between two buildings in lower Manhattan on April 26, 2013 in New York City. The area is being processed as a crime scene and will not be removed until the process is complete.
This is not what stop and frisk should be. Stop and frisk is a legitimate tool for law enforcement to use. It should not be the way you measure an officer's future in the New York City Police Department.
horrific reminder that we remain targets for terrorists ... Upon news of the explosions in Boston we immediately mobilised the New York City Police Department's counterterrorism operations because we thought there was a possibility they could attempt a related attack here. We now know that possibility was all too real.
At that meeting I did not, nor would I ever, state or suggest that the New York City Police Department targets young black and Latino men for stop and frisk activity. That has not been or is it now the policy or practice of the NYPDMore quotes »
Testimony ends in stop-frisk trial
that stops escalated rapidly during the last decade, peaking at 684,000 in 2011, and one in ten produced an arrest or summons. But the New York City Police Department contends stops have played a key role in keeping crime down and guns off the street. Read more »
Letter: Police, don't import stop-and-frisk
police departments should think twice before they emulate the New York City Police Department 's aggressive and discriminatory stop-and-frisk practices.Used lawfully, stop-and-frisk is a legitimate law-enforcement tool. However, the NYPD's rampant abuse of Read more »
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William J. Bratton Joins SST, Inc. Board of Directors
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Jealous NYPD officer hacked fellow cops' email
New York City Police Department detective was arrested Tuesday and charged with hacking the email information of at least 43 people, among them 20 current and former police officers, along with other violations. Federal officials said Edwin Vargas, 42, paid 5/22/13 from Russia Today Read more »
NYPD Detective Accused of Hiring Email Hackers
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