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The five union bosses met with the police commissioner Friday to discuss the Deborah Danner shooting.

Castle Hill »

"Police have rights, too,” said Norman Siegel, the former head of the New York Civil Liberties Union.

Civic Center »

One lawsuit against NYPD Sgt. Hugh Barry was settled and the other was dismissed by a jury.

St. George »

Gwen Carr and other mothers of unarmed black men killed in the U.S. made a white carpet appearance.

Union Square »

Protesters marched out of Union Square chanting, "Hands Up Don't Shoot!" 

Morris Heights »

"This is not what America is supposed to be," Bill de Blasio said.

Belmont »

Students at the Bronx Academy for Software Engineering have created an app called Protect & Swerve.

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 »

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