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NYPD narcotics sergeant dies of heart attack during ‘buy and bust’

  An NYPD narcotics sergeant died of an apparent heart attack hitting the streets to conduct a buy-and-bust operation in Brooklyn Friday, police sources said. The 25-year veteran, assigned to Brooklyn North Narcotics, was in a police car near Myrtle and Nostrand Aves. when he suffered the heart attack about 10:30 a.m., sources said. RELATED: […]

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A New York Civil Liberties Union (NYCLU) analysis of the New York City Police Department‘s (NYPD) arrest data reveals that 87 percent of the people who were stopped and frisked in 2011 were African-American and Latino compared to a mere 9 percent of whites. Latinos and blacks make up 59 percent of the city’s population. […]

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Just as, every day, I pray for the safety of my family members who serve in the New York Police Department, now I also have to pray for safety and security of my community from the very agency that is legally bound to protect them. Recently, it has been revealed that New York’s police commissioner […]

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    Early last September, before Occupy Wall Street was even a glint of pepper spray in an obstinate protester’s eye, the NYPD were mobilizing against another crowd menace: the West Indian American Day Parade in Crown Heights, Brooklyn. Sure, some officers were spotted getting into the spirit by grinding against paradegoers’ behinds, but a […]

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