The agency responsible for investigating complaints of police misconduct relies largely on young investigators with little or no prior investigative experience who often don’t receive formal training for weeks or even months after starting the job. And, in part because of low pay, many investigators leave the job after only a few years.
The homeless count represents a 10 percent jump during Mayor de Blasio’s first year in office. Despite his vows to turn around the problem and ditch the use of cluster units, the city is still forced to house families in these much-criticized apartments, which have often been cited for hazardous code violations. Photo: AP/Mark Lennihan
Nearly two dozen nonprofits selected to receive more than $150,000 in council have had their tax-exempt status revoked by the IRS for failing to file tax returns for three consecutive years.
Council members join residents of buildings in mega-foreclosure to call for transfer to new owner
Passed by unanimous City Council vote, new law bars those convicted of harming animals from living with pets
Veto override vote on technical fixes offers bonus chance to rebuke Bloomberg
What we can learn from financial disclosures posted by The New York World
East New York’s departing City Council rep says he’s ‘very, very disappointed with the Black, Latino and Asian caucus’ and vows to reboot its counterpart in Albany
One takeaway after 12 years in the council: ‘Don’t just blame the education system. Who’s at fault? It starts at home with the parents.’