Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly
New York City Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly will receive the award on behalf of the department in a ceremony in Washington, D.C.
“Information that we received it’s something about ‘partying’ or ‘having a party,'” Police Commissioner Ray Kelly said. “The bit of information that we have…it may have been words to the effect of ‘coming to party’ in New York.”
A civil case has begun in Manhattan to determine whether the tactic unlawfully targets people on the basis of race.
Previously, crash investigators were summoned only when at least one victim had died or was “likely to die.”
The NYPD announced Wednesday that it has taken down a street gang with female factions that went by names such as “Bad Barbies” and “One Seven Hoes.”
Anna Karapetian said she’ll never forget the horrible scene she witnessed Thursday morning as her 37-year-old neighbor, Jennifer Cale, lay dying inside her Sunnyside apartment across the hall.
Moviegoers in New York City were deeply saddened but unfazed by the news of the mass shooting at a Colorado theater, as they turned out by the thousands to see the premiere of the latest Batman film.
New York City officials say a police sergeant who was interviewed in the case of an accused multi-million dollar madam has been cleared of any wrongdoing.
Owners of restaurants, bodegas, clubs and lounges in northern Manhattan are accusing the NYPD of unfairly targeting them in a series of police raids aimed at cracking down on underage liquor sales.
The New York Police Department monitored Muslim college students far more broadly than previously known, at schools far beyond the city limits, including the Ivy League colleges of Yale and the University of Pennsylvania, The Associated Press has learned.
New state data show New York City police arrested more than 50,000 people on low-level marijuana charges last year. That’s despite a drop-off after officers were told not to use tactics that critics decry as tricking people into getting arrested.
Prosecutors said Khalid Ali-M Aldawsari planned to come to NY to remotely detonate bombs in rental cars, and Police Commissioner Kelly said this is another indication that the city is the nation’s number one terrorist target.
Police will be reviewing surveillance video in the hopes of finding the suspects wanted in the deadly shooting of a Brooklyn laundromat worker.
Did the high cost of college tuition encourage a group of Columbia University students to deal drugs? Walking with their heads hanging low, five students were arrested Tuesday.
New York Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly has failed to report that his expenses at the Harvard Club have been covered by a private foundation for the past eight years.