New York Police Department
The NYPD Officer Accused of Choking Eric Garner Will Not Be Charged With Civil Rights Violations
The decision came one day before the fifth anniversary of Garner's death and the deadline for the federal government to file charges against the officer.
Does the Broken Windows Theory Justify Heavy Policing of Minor Crimes?
It's been used too often as a reason to approach and penalize people engaged in non-violent misdemeanors.
Why the ACLU's New Numbers on Stops in Chicago Aren't Enough
Stop-and-frisk may have gained notoriety in New York City, but a new analysis finds Chicago police stops people more often than their New York counterparts do, and is less transparent about it.
Mapping (and Potentially Preventing) Crime With Math
Mathematicians propose using the “Lévy flight” model to reveal and police hotspots of crime.