The police commissioner condones wrongful street stops, New York state Sen. Eric Adams testified Monday in a federal trial, a charge the commissioner strongly denies.
A police officer testified Wednesday that he taunted an innocent 13-year-old boy after he detained the teen under the New York Police Department’s disputed program of [...]
“So, who are the right people?” asks officer Pedro Serrano, during an argument with his supervisor about how to make a legal stop. “Depends where you are,” replies Deputy [...]
A court case that could shift how NYPD officers conduct street stops started on March 18 with both sides saying, in approximately one hour opening statements, that they would win.
Stop and frisk is working—or it’s not, depending on whom you ask.
New Yorkers sound off on what they think about stop-and-frisk.
Some stop-and-frisks stops under a program where landlords grant police officers access to their buildings have been ruled unconstitutional.
In continuing efforts to reform the controversial process of stop, question, and frisk by the New York Police Department (NYPD), the City Council introduced four bills during [...]
Multiple pieces of legislation, which could change how the NYPD operates will be discussed in a City Council hearing on Oct. 10.
Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg defended the NYPD’s stop-and-frisk searches on Sunday morning, speaking at a church in Brownsville, Brooklyn.