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Â Beginning in 1997, Tammy Auer’s supervisor at the Sanitation Department made inappropriate sexual comments to her, including the suggestion that they have a baby together. Eventually he began to
Also, by another street vendor
in New York
Â Timothy Stansbury Jr. was buried six days after he was shot and killed by police, but it will take much longer before the controversy surrounding his death can be laid
"Crime/Justice" refers to relationships among criminal activity, the police, the courts and community life.
The decline in the NYC crime rate may be the greatest story
Last Updated (Friday, May 25, 2012 11:24 AM)
Â A long anticipated trial over discrimination at the New York City Police Department was averted
when the Latino Officers Association, the City of New York and the department
reached a settlement shortly
Â Atop a Brooklyn roof, a single bullet from one cop’s gun pierced the chest of a nineteen-year old last month, ending his life and sparking yet another firestorm over police
Â Critics of New York Police Department policies instituted in the wake of the September 11th terrorist attacks ended the year with a sense of anticipation-and disappointment.
A new, non-binding City
Â Q. What do Albany, Ithaca and Syracuse have that New York City does not?
A. A Bill of Rights Resolution.
Immediately following the September 2001 acts of terrorism, with little public debate,
Â An ambitious new city plan to help ex-offenders find
jobs, affordable housing and drug treatment probably
wouldn't have meant much to Clifton Murrell -- not when