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Downtown Brooklyn »

A judge reduced the rap from manslaughter to criminally negligent homicide in the death of Akai Gurley.

St. George »

Daniel Pantaleo's loss of vacation time for a wrongful 2012 search wasn't made public until last month.

Civic Center »

New officers are paired instead with seasoned vets to learn their jobs before working dangerous posts.

East New York »

Liang decided not to have his fate decided by a judge after accidentally shooting an unarmed man.

East Harlem »

PBA President Pat Lynch is urging New Yorkers to boycott all Quentin Tarantino movies.

Chelsea »

Kerby Jean-Raymond's runway show Thursday drew attention to police brutality across America.

Greenwich Village »

An officer threw Jacob Alejandro to the ground and then called him a "fa---t," the lawsuit alleges.

Bed-Stuy »

"The Wake Up" begins at 7 a.m. at Bed-Stuy's C'mon Everybody, with DJs, dancing, and free coffee.

Civic Center »

Det. Patrick Cherry admitted he was out of line and apologized for yelling at the driver.  

Civic Center »

The NYPD has tracked down two veteran officers who changed Wikipedia pages about police brutality cases.

Bed-Stuy »

Officer Joel Edouard was arraigned on assault charges Tuesday afternoon in Brooklyn Supreme Court. 

East New York »

Bilal Johnson has been putting up stickers in the subway to protest police brutality, he said.

DUMBO »

"Respond" addresses the reaction to the grand jury's decision not to indict officer Daniel Pantaleo.

Civic Center »

NYPD's rank and file have recently turned their backs on Mayor Bill de Blasio.

Downtown Brooklyn »

Eric Holder promised to investigate the death of an unarmed Staten Island man by police.