stop and frisk lawsuit

Former Mayor Michael Bloomberg, who had defended stop-and-frisk as a vital anticrime strategy, appealed the decision. But
Two police unions -- the Patrolmen’s Benevolent Association and the Detectives Endowment Association -- had sought to join
In July, another federal judge blocked police unions from intervening in that settlement. The unions appealed that decision
Every New York City mayoral candidate has had to answer one question: What would you do about stop and frisk? [SCROLL DOWN
Real safety comes from a police department that follows the law and respects people's fundamental rights, building trust with communities rather than undermining it. This week's historic ruling is a tremendous step in the right direction.
Maurice Carroll, director of the Quinnipiac University Polling Institute, said Tuesday that the NYPD has become an important
An NYPD officer who works in the 40th Precinct in Mott Haven told DNAinfo New York on Monday that she welcomed the cameras
Yesterday Mayor Bloomberg, NYPD Commissioner Ray Kelly, and Corporation Counsel Michael Cardozo gathered at City Hall to
A judge has ruled that the NYPD's controversial use of the stop-and-frisk tactic violated the rights of thousands of New Yorkers. Judge Shira Scheindlin's decision Monday called for a federal monitor to watch over the police department to ensure cops are in compliance with the constitution.
A judge has ruled that the NYPD's controversial use of the stop-and-frisk tactic violated the rights of thousands of New
If Mayor Michael Bloomberg was trying to stem the criticism of his constitutionally suspect stop-and-frisk policy over the
The big drop in first-quarter stops affected the number of weapons seized by police. Officers confiscated 49 percent fewer
Joyce, testifying in federal court in Manhattan in a class-action challenging the department's stop-and-frisk policy, said
A New York City woman filed a lawsuit on Wednesday alleging that she was arrested for criticizing the New York Police Department's stop-and-frisk policy. The suit comes just as lawyers prepare to put the department policy on trial in a separate federal court case that starts Monday.
The New York Police Department released new data showing the vast majority of victims and perpetrators of violent crime in
To read Kelly's editorial in full, head over to the Daily News. And for more on the stop and frisk debate, go here. Also