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Detectives in the Intelligence Division were routinely denied promotions for a decade, the NYCLU said.

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Officers in the 34th Precinct are testing the cameras starting this month. 

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Here's what demonstrators protesting Trump's refugee ban should know before they hit city streets. 

City Island »

70 relatives of people buried in the city-run potter's field can visit each month under the agreement.

East Harlem »

The men will received a total of $1,515 for their destroyed possessions. 

Civic Center »

The NYCLU filed a complaint against the NYPD with the Human Rights Commission Thursday.

East Harlem »

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

Chelsea »

Civil rights attorney Norman Siegel and the Manhattan and Brooklyn borough presidents issued the report.

Tompkinsville »

The NYCLU, Public Advocate Letitia James and the Legal Aid Society filed a state appeal Tuesday.

East Elmhurst »

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

New York City »

The health care provider Corizon will not have its contract renewed, sources said.

Tompkinsville »

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

St. George »

Judge William Garnett heard oral arguments for the release of the testimony, after several delays.

Bed-Stuy »

Deputy Inspector Scott Henderson wants to rebuild the bonds between the community and police.

New York City »

The lawsuit filed Tuesday argues that Muslims are unlawfully monitored.