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Brownsville »

City to Drop Stop-and-Frisk Appeal, Mayor Says

The city will drop the appeal once a federal court approves proposed reforms to the police tactic.

Jackson Heights »

Jackson Heights Latinos Disproportionately Stopped-and-Frisked

The 115th Precinct, in Jackson Heights, East Elmhurst and North Corona, stopped 14,585 Latinos in 2011.

Jamaica »

Mayor Bloomberg Says NYCLU 'No Better Than the NRA'

Mayor Michael Bloomberg slammed the NYCLU Sunday for criticizing the city's stop-and-frisk policy.

West Harlem »

'Professional Agitators' on NYPD 'Wanted' Flier Say Cops Are Watching Them

Six officers show up outside Harlem couple's apartment building after anti stop-and-frisk meeting.

West Harlem »

Jerrold Nadler Says Harlem NYPD 'Wanted' Poster 'Smacks of McCarthyism'

A flier calling two activists "professional agitators" was posted at a Harlem precinct.

Central Harlem »

NYCLU Calls NYPD 'Wanted' Poster of 'Professional Agitators' 'Disgusting'

The NYCLU said a flier posted in the 30th Precinct station house is a safety threat to the protesters.

Central Harlem »

Stop and Frisk Policy Not Working, Criminal Justice Experts Say

Criminal justice experts weighed in on alternatives to the city's controversial stop and frisk policy.

New York City »

Stop-and-Frisks Target Minorities Regardless of Neighborhood, NYCLU Says

The NYPD targets minorities from Downtown to Harlem, the New York Civil Liberties Union.

Manhattan »

Advocates Claim 'Operation Clean Halls' Violates Civil Rights

The voluntary program allows cops to patrol private apartment buildings in high-crime areas.

Downtown »

Occupy Wall Street Zuccotti Park Police Barricades Removed

The barricades ringing Zuccotti Park were removed Tuesday night for the first time since last year.

Downtown »

NYPD Cops Disciplined For Dustup With Councilman Jumaane Williams at Parade

Three officers were disciplined for arresting City Councilman Jumaane Williams and Kirsten John Foy, an aide to Public Advocate Bill de Blasio, during the West Indian Day Parade in December.

Midtown & Theater District »

Muslim 'Radicalization' Hearings Spark Times Square Protests

An estimated 500 people rallied Sunday against congressional hearings about the 'radicalization' of Muslims in America.

Manhattan »

Judge Gives NYCLU Access to Shooting Reports

A Manhattan Supreme Court judge ruled that the NYCLU will be granted access to the NYPD's shooting incident reports.

Downtown »

NYPD Uses Eye Scan Technology to Track Suspects, Prevent Escapes

The NYPD began using iris recognition technology on Monday to track prisoners after they’re arrested.

Manhattan »

Gov. David Paterson Signs Anti-Bullying Act into Law

The new Dignity for All Students Act seeks to keep students β€” specifically LGBT students β€” safe from harassment.

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