Coronavirus Thief Strikes At Laundromat In Harlem NYPD Says

A Harlem robber threatened a laundromat worker with the deadly coronavirus during an early Thursday morning stick up, an NYPD spokesperson said. Continue Reading →

Study Show East Harlem Tops Manhattan Borough In Stop-And-Frisk Searches In 2019

The NYPD’s use of its unconstitutional stop-and-frisk policy was more frequent in East Harlem than any other Manhattan neighborhood in 2019, according to a new study conducted by the Legal Aid Society. Continue Reading →

NYC Emergency Management Hosts Disaster Simulation Exercise For CERT Team Uptown

The New York City Emergency Management Department hosted a disaster simulation exercise for Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) trainees at George Washington High School in Inwood on Wednesday, November 20, 2019.

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Harlem Man Hangs Himself After Killing Daughter, Wife, New York Police Say

A man hanged himself in his Harlem apartment after slashing the throats of his wife and young daughter, an NYPD spokesman said. Continue Reading →

Mayor de Blasio Appoints Dermot Shea Will Be Next NYC Commissioner Of NYPD

Mayor de Blasio today announced that Dermot Shea will be the next Commissioner of the New York Police Department. Continue Reading →

NYPD Commissioner James O’Neill To Step Resign

NYPD Commissioner James O’Neill is expected to resign from his post after three years leading the police department he has served for more than three decades, news reports say. Continue Reading →

Outrage Over Harlem Resident Ill-Treatment, Outrage Over NYPD Ill-Treatment

Videos showing police officers being doused with water by crowds as they work in Harlem and Brownsville have left police brass, officers unions and public officials are outraged. Continue Reading →

Video Of Cop-On-Cop Tussle In Harlem

The NYPD is investigating two cops after a video surfaced of them fighting in the middle of a Harlem street, according to reports. Continue Reading →


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