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The Daily News reports Police Commissioner Ray Kelly said officers working on investigations involving social media are permitted
Correction: This article previously stated that the parade was from August 30 to September 3rd. The parade is only on the
And it appears the morale of rank-and-file city cops is low. There were, of course, the absurd and more isolated incidents
Does the First Amendment protect a police officer who makes racist, anti-Semitic or homophobic remarks? Does it matter if the remarks are made in the officer's private capacity as an ordinary citizen?
A local lawmaker is pushing a bill that would require NYPD officers to live primarily within the five boroughs in an attempt
In March, 18-year-old Anthony Collao was killed in an anti-gay attack at a Woodhaven, Queens, house party advertised on Facebook