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Coney Island »

VIDEO: NYPD Officer Kicks Colleague in the Head During Arrest

An undercover officer was stripped of his gun after the incident in a Coney Island subway station.

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Murray Weiss is an award-winning investigative journalist, author, columnist and editor, and is considered an expert on government, law enforcement, criminal justice, organized crime and terrorism.

Civic Center »

First NYPD Officers Start Retraining in Wake of Garner Death This Week

The officers will be in a "test" class for revamped training designed to improve public relations.

Bed-Stuy »

VIDEO: NYPD Officer Hits Unarmed Teen in the Face With His Gun

Two police officers seen on video beating a teen suspect are under investigation.

Downtown Brooklyn »

High-Ranking Brooklyn Prosecutor Quits Amid Sexual Harassment Claim

Abe George tried to kiss a woman who worked for him, sources said.

Civic Center »

City Clears Top Mayoral Aide of Wrongdoing in Background Check Omission

City Hall announces no discipline for top aide who failed to disclose she lived with convicted killer.

Civic Center »

De Blasio Aide Did Not Disclose Ex-Con Lover on Background Check: Sources

Rachel Noerdlinger was required to disclose her relationship to the Department of Investigation.

Civic Center »

Chirlane McCray Becomes Only First Lady to Attend NYPD Crime Stats Meeting

The mayor's wife and son attended separate meetings at which police brass grill commanders about crime.

Civic Center »

Bratton Hires Ex-NYPD Official to Revamp Use-of-Force Training

Michael Julian, considered an "out of the box" thinker, is a special consultant on NYPD retraining.  

Financial District »

A 9/11 'Miracle' for Family of Fallen Firefighter

James Boyle prayed to his fallen son to help his critically injured granddaughter recover.

Financial District »

New Port Authority Police Go on Drunken Rampage After Graduation

A group of Port Authority rookies celebrated graduation by getting drunk and fighting, sources said.

Greenwich Village »

Human Excrement Smeared on Police Cars in Greenwich Village

Officials believe the culprits are either young homeless people or residents upset about parking spaces.

Downtown Brooklyn »

NYPD Takes Fewer Guns Off the Streets as Shootings Rise, Stats Show

The latest data from police show that illegal gun recoveries have reached a new low.

Civic Center »

Stop-and-Frisk Numbers Continue to Plunge

Second quarter data obtained by DNAinfo show 13,400 stops were made, down 7 percent from first quarter.

Civic Center »

De Blasio Would Dump Bratton in Showdown with Sharpton, Sources Say

If the mayor were forced to choose between Sharpton and Bratton, Sharpton would win, insiders say.

Rego Park »

Eric Garner Case Similar to One That Led to NYPD Ban on Chokeholds

In 1991, four officers were indicted for the fatal choking of Federico Periera. They were exonerated.

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