The New York mayor and 2020 presidential contender has faced harsh criticism for repeatedly failing to take action after Garner's fatal 2014 arrest.
Sgt. Kizzy Adonis, a veteran of the NYPD, was accused of failing to adequately supervise the officer who put Garner in a chokehold before his death.
NYPD officer Daniel Pantaleo, who put Eric Garner in a fatal chokehold in 2014, has been fired.
Judge Rosemarie Maldonado has recommended that Officer Daniel Pantaleo be fired from the NYPD for his "reckless" use of the banned maneuver.
The Department of Justice has announced that no federal charges will be filed against the officer involved in the chokehold death of Eric Garner back in 2014.
Daniel Pantaleo will not face federal civil rights charges in a death that prompted a national outcry.
The NYPD plans to pursue an internal disciplinary trial against the officer if the DOJ doesn't announce it will file criminal charges by Aug. 31.
According to press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders, the White House doesn’t consider police brutality a national issue, despite the shooting of Stephon Clark and absence of charges against both Alton Sterling and Eric Garner.
Patrisse Khan-Cullors discusses the toll activism takes on mental health and how she copes with the pressure of fighting for racial equality in America.
A June 2017 meeting with Justice Department officials left Garner, who died in December, feeling frustrated.
Erica Garner's death proves the casualties of police violence are far-reaching.
She had been an outspoken advocate for police accountability since her father's chokehold death in 2014.
Erica Garner was hospitalized after a heart attack.
Not long after Michael Brown was killed in Ferguson, I was at a meeting with other faith leaders. We were meeting to figure
The female officer was shot while sitting in a police vehicle.
If an organization has concerned itself with the rights of women in majority Muslim countries but ignored the rights, dignity and safety of Muslim women in their own backyard, we have to ask why that is.
Edward Mullins, a controversial police sergeant whom former NYPD Commissioner Bill Bratton once called "Crazy Eddie," declared Sessions an honorary member of his organization on Friday.