Police stops of New Yorkers hit record high in 2011

Only 13 percent of the 4.3 million stops made by city police in the last decade have led to an arrest or summons ⧸ Full Story

Did police chief break NYPD rules in handling ‘Jihad’ video?

NYPD Commissioner Ray Kelly and his spokesman Paul Browne are getting slammed for admitting that Kelly had indeed been interviewed for a controversial documentary on radical Islam, The Third Jihad, shown to almost 1,500 police officers over a several-month period and and running on what an internal report described as “a continuous loop.” This, after… ⧸ Full Story

Despite drops, number of stop-and-frisks headed toward record high

Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly. Photo: AP Photo/Frank Franklin II

Fewer than 6 percent of those stopped this summer were arrested ⧸ Full Story