Surveillance

Community activists and over 200 members of the Occupy Wall Street movement march in the impoverished community of East New York to draw attention to foreclosed homes in the community on December 6, 2011 in Brooklyn. (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

Report: Occupy Wall Street Protesters Complain About Police Surveillance

The New York Police Department’s surveillance of muslims has garnered intense scrutiny and prompted a backlash, and now the Occupy movement is apparently upset about expanded surveillance as well.

03/12/2012

Muslim leaders Against NYPD at One Police Plaza (credit: Monica Miller/WCBS 880)

Top Secret Documents Reveal More Cases Of Targeted Muslim Spying By NYPD

The reports indicate cops collected information on businesses owned by second and third generation Americans, specifically because they were Muslims, and ignored members of other religions in the same ethnic communities.

03/09/2012

FILE - Attorney General Eric Holder (Photo credit: JIM WATSON/AFP/Getty Images)

Holder: Reports Of NYPD Surveillance In NJ ‘Disturbing’

The attorney general made the remarks at a Senate hearing when asked by Sen. Frank Lautenberg how a law enforcement agency could spy on another state’s residents without notifying authorities.

03/08/2012

Marine Park rape investigation (credit: CBS 2)

Brooklyn Rape Suspects Caught On Camera

Police said the victim was alone in the leasing office when two men knocked on the door, asking for the owner. Investigators said the woman let the men in. From there, security cameras were rolling.

03/06/2012

NYPD Logo (file / credit: Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

Potential NYC Mayoral Candidates Weigh In On NYPD Surveillance Of Muslim Student Groups

Responses to the surveillance range from cautious support to a warning about curtailing civil liberties.

02/26/2012

Bronx robbery suspect (credit: DCPI)

NYPD Releases Surveillance Footage Of Bronx Robbery Suspect

Police say the suspect entered a grocery store at 1274 Bronx River Avenue, jumped over the counter and demanded money from a store employee while claiming he had a gun.

02/04/2012

Surveillance image of Bronx carjacking suspect (credit: NYPD)

NYPD Releases Surveillance Of Bronx Carjacking Suspect

Investigators say the suspect jumped into a Honda Odyssey in the Bronx Saturday afternoon, then sped off with a 3-year-old in the back seat.

01/29/2012

Harlem Burglary Suspect (credit: DCPI)

Harlem Burglary Suspect Still At Large

The suspect left the the Lenox Finest Grocery and Deli with stolen money and scratch off lottery tickets, according to police.

01/21/2012

Brooklyn homicide suspect (credit: DCPI)

Police Search For Man Who Set Brooklyn Woman On Fire

The tragedy happened at 203 Underhill Avenue in Prospect Heights.

12/17/2011

Atlantic City Jitney (credit: Adam E. Moreira / Wiki Commons)

Jitney Association Head Backs Minibus Cameras

Surveillance cameras installed in Atlantic City’s jitneys a year ago have proved to be a valuable tool for law enforcement.

12/11/2011

NYC robbery spree suspects (credit: CBS 2)

NYC Robbery Spree Suspects Caught On Camera

Police say the pair struck at all times of the day in prominently high traffic areas, including Chelsea, Midtown and the West Village.

12/07/2011

(credit: NYPD)

Police Release Surveillance Of Brooklyn Attempted Rape Suspect

The most recent victim suffered lacerations to her arms and face as well as a broken ankle.

11/30/2011

Queens Robbery Suspect Surveillance (credit: CBS 2)

NYPD Releases Surveillance Of Queens Armed Robbery Suspect

Investigators say the man approached his victim at 87th street in Ozone Park when he demanded the woman’s cash, jewelry, cell phone and iPod.

11/02/2011

Brooklyn Elderly Robbery Suspect (credit: DCPI)

Police Release Surveillance Of Brooklyn Elderly Robbery Suspect

Police say the suspect followed his 70-year-old victim into her apartment building in the Kensington section of Brooklyn.

10/29/2011

NYPD Commissioner Ray Kelly (L), NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg (R) (credit: Getty Images)

Mayor Bloomberg Defends NYPD Anti-Terror Surveillance

Bloomberg said no one should generalize about any group, but authorities must respond to the threat of criminal activity.

09/08/2011

more

previous