New York Police Department
An NYPD 'Bee Cop' Explains How to Calm Down Thousands of Swarming Bees
Officer Darren Mays talks about how he became part of the two-man team, and what it's like to coax 35,000 stinging insects into a vacuum.
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Las Vegas Cop Charged After Killing an Unarmed Man with a Chokehold
Kenneth Lopera is the first Metropolitan Police Department cop to be charged with an officer-involved fatality in almost 30 years.
New York City debunks Justice Department's claim that it's "soft on crime"
The NYPD will allow officers to have beards and turbans but barriers remain for Sikh-Americans
At least 29 people injured after explosion in Manhattan
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said authorities suspect a blast that occurred outside a home for the blind in Manhattan's Chelsea neighborhood was the result of "an intentional act."
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Trump calls Clinton a "bigot" during a rally with Brexit leader Nigel Farage, an attack on American University in Afghanistan kills 12, Prince's home will be opened to the public, and more.
The NYPD broke its own rules when spying on Muslims, inspector general says
The department routinely failed to justify ongoing surveillance activity and often violated their protocol when using confidential informants in intelligence-gathering
A Former Cop Describes Racist Police Quotas in New York
A former officer for the NYPD breaks down the class-action lawsuit led by minority cops against the largest police force in America.
NYPD Cops Who Arrested Black Mailman Have History of Alleged Civil Rights Violations
Three of the four officers involved in the arrest have been named as defendants in federal civil rights suits alleging false arrest and other forms of misconduct.
Meet the Muslims Suing the Cops for Their Own Surveillance Records
The NYPD worked with the feds to spy on the Muslim community, and now it's trying to beat a lawsuit using a 40-year-old CIA secrecy doctrine.
Is New York City About to Ease Up on Petty BS Crimes?
The NYC authorities are considering reforms that would soften penalties for things like urinating in public, making unreasonable noise, and hanging out in a park after dark.
NYPD Union Boycotts Quentin Tarantino's 'Depraved' Films After Police Abuse Protest
The head of the Patrolmen's Benevolent Association called Tarantino a “purveyor of degeneracy” after the film director spoke at a #RiseUpOctober rally over the weekend.