A Brick, New Jersey police officer was indicted this week, on charges that he harassed and stalked his former girlfriend by phone, text and social media.
A veteran Newark police officer was indicted Wednesday, on charges that he pulled a gun on a man driving with his wife and son after a traffic dispute this past winter.
An NYPD detective was arrested and charged with forgery Wednesday, reportedly for allegedly submitting false paperwork to take a reward for a recovered gun.
A probe by the city Department of Investigation has concluded that former Brooklyn District Attorney Charles misused assets seized from criminal defendants to pay a consultant who working on his campaign.
Detective Said Salim was released without bail Wednesday after pleading not guilty to perjury, official misconduct and other charges.
A jury found the 12-year veteran guilty in December, 2012 of falsely accusing a woman of crimes and threatening her with jail unless she performed a sexual act.
Suffolk County District Attorney Tom Spota said while on patrol, Suffolk County Police Sgt. Scott Greene, 50, of Shirley, would target Hispanic drivers, pull them over, search their cars and steal whatever cash he could find.
Suffolk County District Attorney Tom Spota said while on patrol, Greene would target Hispanic drivers, pull them over, search their cars and steal whatever cash he could find.
Roberto Espinal and Danny Cano are accused of taking bribes ranging from $40 to $1,500 for copies of official NYPD accident reports.
A New York City police officer was arrested and charged Monday, reportedly on allegations that he falsified documents about his own arrest of a freelance New York Times photographer.
A stunning development has surfaced in an official misconduct case against an emergency medical technician.
A New York City police officer was arrested Wednesday, reportedly on charges that he falsely accused a man of drug dealing in a public housing development in West Harlem.
Sean Henry, 32, of Brooklyn was nabbed in a sting operation using decoy bags, police said.
Former NYPD Officer Franklin Mata has been sentenced to 60 days in jail for official misconduct. His former partner Kenneth Moreno, who was also convicted of official misconduct, was sentenced to a year in jail on Monday.
It was the verdict that shocked the city. On Monday it was the sentence that shocked the defendant. The ex-cop acquitted of raping a woman, but convicted of misconduct, was given a year in jail, even though probation recommended he walk free.