The NYPD has told officers to open fire on vehicles to prevent a “mass ramming attack” like the terror strike last year in Nice, France, where a truck plowed through...
The city’s bad-apple teachers have a surprising new ally these days — Manhattan judges.
A Bronx man was charged with the 1999 rape and murder of a 56-year-old woman who lived in his building — after new DNA evidence linked him to the brutal slaying,...
A routine quality-of-life stop took a one-man army off the streets outside the Port Authority Bus Terminal. Amos Stowers was “acting suspiciously” and reeked of weed when he was stopped...
NOTHING ROUTINE about police work-APN
An ex-con in his underwear tried to jump between Bronx rooftops during a desperate run from the cops Tuesday, but his daring move failed and he plunged six floors to...
ELIZABETH, N.J. — Prosecutors say a man found sleeping in a car with his fingers on the triggers of two loaded guns will be sleeping in a New Jersey prison...
Had a similar arrest many years ago, very dangerous getting the jump on a sleeping man holding a gun. This clown is lucky he wasn't shot either-APN
The officers, all members of the 106th Precinct's Anti-Crime Unit, had just interviewed a victim near the Van Wyck Expressway and 105th Ave. in Ozone Park when they spotted the trio at about 1:15 p.m., cops said
Keeping eyes on NYPD surveillance: Time for the City Council to increase scrutiny of Stingrays and other technology
In recent years, police departments throughout the country have quietly amassed an arsenal of sophisticated surveillance technologies without public notice, debate or oversight from local lawmakers.
New York — where the NYPD has the responsibility not only of guarding against typical street crime but against terrorism — has been at the vanguard of this push.
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