NYPD

NYPD announces public guidelines for facial recognition technology usage.
In an effort to increase transparency the NYPD released public guidelines on facial recognition usage.
Policy
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NYPD officers made a violent arrest of a black man, but will they face any consequences?
The video shocked viewers, but it’s doubtful they’ll face consequences.
News & Politics
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An NYPD officer wearing a department-issued body camera.
The company that makes the cameras already offers the feature – the police just don’t use it.
News & Politics
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Dermot Shea
The new NYPD commissioner talks stop and frisk, diversity in the department’s leadership and voting for president in 2016.
Personality
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Is it getting more dangerous to be a New York City police officer?
The stats don’t reflect a spike in violence against cops.
News & Politics
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Bernard Kerik at CPAC in 2014.
The former New York City police commissioner had pleaded guilty to felony tax fraud charges in 2009.
News & Politics
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Bail reform critics claim that letting defendants out before their trial has unleashed a crime wave from repeat offenders.
An honest look at the actual numbers.
Opinion
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Police line in NYC.
Rounding up the week’s political news
News & Politics
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Michael Bloomberg in Oklahoma City.
The former NYC mayor’s justification for the racial breakdown of stop-and-frisk isn’t supported by data.
Opinion
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A light pole with a surveillance camera at the World Trade Center.
It would require the NYPD to disclose information about its surveillance tools.
Opinion
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