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More Riders Feel Unsafe on Subways At Night, Survey Finds

Riders are more concerned about their personal safety at night, a new survey finds.

Astoria »

Astoria Residents Learn Self-Defense Moves After Crime Spike

Amid a spike in crime, an Astoria non-profit teaches residents how to better protect themselves.

New York City »

Crime and Homelessness on the Rise, Mayor's Report Shows

The annual Mayor's Management Report showed rises in crime, but also in city tourism.

Williamsburg »

Grand Street Strip Slammed by Rash of Burglaries

A five-block strip along Grand Street has had at least 12 reported break-ins since June, police said.

Harlem »

Ramarley Graham's Brothers Share Blame For His Death, Judge Says

Graham's brothers were sentenced Wednesday on gang conspiracy charges.

Astoria »

Man Accused of Murdering His Exec Girlfriend Blames Her in Facebook Post

Jason Bohn allegedly killed Danielle Thomas in their Astoria, Queens home on June 26.

East Village »

Cops Hunting Man Who Hurled Anti-Gay Slur During East Village Attack

The attacker used a homophobic slur during the attack on St. Mark's Place, police said.

New York City »

NYPD and Microsoft Join Forces to Fight New York Crime

The new system collects video from about 3,000 closed-circuit TV cameras across the city.

Fort Greene »

Fort Greene Police and Community Members Ask For One Day Without Crime

Night Out packed Fort Greene Park with people who wanted to see one day without crime.

Williamsburg »

Bike Thefts Quadruple This Year in Williamsburg, Police Say

Bike thefts in Williamsburg and Greenpoint increased 300 percent so far this year, cops said.

Washington Heights »

Councilman Wants 'Amber Alert' For Attacked Livery Drivers

City Couniclman Ydanis Rodriguez wants an alert to go out every time a livery driver is attacked.

Inwood »

Northern Manhattan Neighborhood Patrol Takes to Streets

A civilian patrol is walking upper Manhattan streets after a spike of violent incidents.  

Inwood »

Police Officials Meet with Residents About Crime Concerns

The 34th Precinct addressed community concerns about crime as locals continued calls for more cops.

Central Harlem »

Police Warn 125th Street Gym-Goers of Locker Thefts

Police are warning people to be fit and safe at the gyms along 125th Street.

Inwood »

State Senate Candidate Pledges to Add a New Inwood Precinct to Stop Crime

Assemblyman Guillermo Linares pledged to create a new Inwood precinct to cut down on crime.

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