CCRB finds 104 NYPD officers guilty of misconduct during Black Lives Matter Protests

Photo credit: Halfpoint On March 24, 2022, the Civilian Complaint Review Board (CCRB) released an updated protest data snapshot updating the public on the status of the 319 complaints stemming from the 2020 Black Lives Matter protests. Thus far, 269 … Read More

CCRB Wins, at the Supreme Court, the Right to Investigate cases of NYPD sexual misconduct and untruthful statements

Photo credit: Wally Gobetz On November 9, 2021, the State Supreme Court upheld the New York City Civilian Complaint Review Board’s (CCRB) rule change to investigate cases of NYPD sexual misconduct and untruthful statements. The Court found that CCRB had … Read More

Community leaders demand Mayor de Blasio Keep His Word and Remove NYPD From Street Vending

Photo credit: Martin Raab On July 23, 2021 a group of city and state representatives alongside community-based organizations representing small businesses, immigrant worker rights, and public space accessibility advocates released a letter demanding the immediate removal of NYPD presence in … Read More

Attorney General James Files Lawsuit Against the NYPD for Excessive Use of Force

New York Attorney General Letitia James today filed a lawsuit against the New York City Police Department (NYPD) and its leadership to end its pattern of using excessive force and making false arrests against New Yorkers during peaceful protests. In … Read More

Coronavirus : The fiasco of the “not racist” NYPD enforcing social distancing continues at the expense of Black and brown New Yorkers

“We also have to recognize that police officers are human,” Police Commissioner Shea said this week during the City’s daily briefing. “They make mistakes, they’re not infallible. So, that’s the backdrop. But I will push back strongly on any notion … Read More

Coronavirus : Black New Yorkers are violently arrested over social distancing violations and still no enforcement data released by the NYPD

A video of an NYPD officer violently arresting a Black man in the East Village went viral this weekend. The officer, who is now identified as Francisco Garcia, was adamant in making sure social distancing was respected on the Lower … Read More

Gwen Carr, mother of Eric Garner urges Mayor Bill de Blasio to fire NYPD Officer Daniel Pantaleo

Photos: Isseu Diouf Campbell Gwen Carr, mother of Eric Garner and members of the Arc of Justice gathered at Gracie Mansion on July 18, 2019 to urge Mayor Bill de Blasio to fire NYPD Officer Daniel Pantaleo.       … Read More

NYC: The NYPD will not conduct immigration enforcement | Le NYPD n’exécute pas d’opérations liées à l’immigration

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[column width=”47%” padding=”6%”] The NYPD is committed to maintaining a welcoming environment for immigrant communities while also maintaining public safety for all. With this backdrop, the NYPD believes it is important to reiterate our immigration related policies. 1. The NYPD … Read More

Halloween Safety Tips

If you are planning on celebrating Halloween this year these are a few safety tips that the NYPD wants you to keep in mind. -Children should wear flame resistant costumes that allow them to move their arms and walk freely … Read More

NYPD Inspector caught on tape!

Deputy Inspector Christopher J. McCormack By Isseu Diouf-Campbell Photo NYPD NYPD Deputy Inspector Christopher J. McCormack was caught on tape by a Bronx police officer inciting officers to target black males ages 14 to 21 in order to combat robberies … Read More