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Advocates say the new rules make it easier to deport immigrants with less judicial oversight.

East Harlem »

Police took property from people sleeping outside an East Harlem school, according to court papers. 

Jamaica »

Six students claimed they were victims of excessive force by school safety agents. 

East Elmhurst »

The $17.8 million program would place low-risk individuals under supervised release.

Tompkinsville »

The New York Civil Liberties Union filed the appeal on Tuesday.

Civic Center »

The law would require officers to identify themselves and explain why an individual was being stopped.

Brownsville »

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

Jackson Heights »

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

Jamaica »

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

West Harlem »

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

West Harlem »

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

Central Harlem »

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

Central Harlem »

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

New York City »

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

Manhattan »

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