NYC Department Of Correction Allowing In-Person Visits, Religious Services To ResumeVisitors can pre-register and schedule a time online beginning next week.
NYC Department Of Correction Capt. Rebecca Hillman Indicted In Suicide Death Of Inmate At The TombsIn state Supreme Court, the family of Ryan Wilson had to hear the details of his suicide at the complex last November, a death the family says could have been avoided.
4 Rikers Workers Suspended After Murder Suspect Christopher Buggs Mistakenly ReleasedPolice are still trying to track down Buggs and bring him back into custody.
Family Of Nicolas Feliciano, Teen Who Attempted Suicide At Rikers Island, Files 2 Lawsuits Against NYCThey say guards left the 19-year-old hanging for seven minutes before coming to his aid.
Rikers Island Inmate Back In Custody After Another Alleged Jailbreak AttemptA Rikers Island inmate is back in custody after officials said he attempted a second escape in the past week.
6 Rikers Island Guards Accused Of Taking Bribes To Smuggle Contraband To InmatesProsecutors say the guards received thousands of dollars to get the contraband past security.
Warrant Dropped Against Teen Who Attempted Suicide At Rikers IslandNicholas Feliciano was arrested on a parole violation and placed at Rikers Island 10 days before his suicide attempt.
Rikers Guards Suspended After Inmate Reportedly Tried To Hang HimselfDepartment of Correction Commissioner Cynthia Brann said three guards and one captain are now under investigation and could face disciplinary action.
City Council Votes To Transfer Hart Island To Parks Department, Making For Easier AccessHart Island, offshore from the Bronx and only reachable by ferry, is the largest public burial ground in the country.
Union Demands Action After Spate Of Assaults On NYC Correction OfficersOfficers from the New York City Department of Correction on Wednesday called on their commissioner to resign following a series of attacks in city jails.
Demanding Answers: Spying Scandal Added To Investigation Into City DOCWe can add a spying scandal to the investigation into the city's Department of Correction, as a top deputy was removed from his job amidst an investigation of the Correction Commissioner for allegedly misusing city vehicles.
NYC Department Of Correction Graduates Nearly 600 Recruits"We've got to rewrite the story of Rikers Island," Mayor Bill de Blasio, who has been driving reform efforts, told the graduating class at the Lehman College.
Rikers Island Guard Charged In Connection With Hot Cell Death Of InmateNew York City Department of Correction Officer Carol Lackner was charged Monday for allegedly falsifying records to make it appear she had completed visual checks of inmates.
Embattled NYC Corrections Chief Of Department Set To RetireThe embattled top uniformed officer in the New York City Department of Correction announced Monday that he will retire on Dec. 1.
Medical Care Questioned In 15 Rikers Island DeathsHundreds of documents obtained by The Associated Press raise questions about the quality and timeliness of medical care given to at least 15 inmates who died over the past five years at New York City's Rikers Island jail complex.