These civil servants’ top demand? A power source.
Imminent agreement between educators and law enforcement could be model for New York City reform
In which we navigate the multiple databases used by New York City courts and update our summonses map to include data from community courts in Brooklyn and Manhattan
As a record number of lawsuits against the city’s police move into litigation, the price tag is $150 million a year and growing. Where will it stop?
Yesterday U.S. District Court Judge Shira Scheindlin granted class-action status to a lawsuit condemning the NYPD’s stop and frisk practices. Her decision comes in a 2008 suit filed by four men claiming their fourth amendment constitutional rights were compromised by the NYPD, and allows thousands more plaintiffs to take part in the legal challenge. The […]
Authors John Eterno and Eli Silverman scrutinize COMPSTAT and raise sharp questions about its accuracy
At an event to resolve unpaid summonses, Brooklyn residents attest to the toll of police interrogations
Fewer than 6 percent of those stopped this summer were arrested
Macy’s Thanksgiving festivities cost the NYPD $192,000 last year