After last week's police raid on gangs in the Grant and Manhattanville housing projects, anti-violence advocates are seeking to defuse tensions and direct more funding to community organizations.
Emma Sulkowicz, CC ’15, filed a police report on Wednesday against the Columbia student who allegedly raped her a year and a half ago.
An NYPD spokesperson confirmed early Monday morning that Lee’s body had been found on Sunday afternoon in the Hudson River near West 86th Street.
Robert Cartagena was sentenced to 25 years to life in prison on Wednesday, after being convicted for the murder of Tayshana Murphy earlier this month.
Graffiti and a gang assault on April 11 have tenant leaders worried that gang violence is on the rise at the Frederick Douglass Houses.
Tuesday’s announcement made no mention of NYPD's Cyber Intelligence Unit, which the Associated Press reported in 2012 regularly checked the websites of Muslim student groups at several Northeast universities, including Columbia’s MSA.
A 24th Precinct police officer who was seriously injured in a car accident while on duty in 2006 has been granted the entirety of the $11,263,944 he was initially awarded by the New York Supreme Court for damages from the city, according to court records.
Amid citywide criticism of police cracking down on jaywalking on the 96th Street and Broadway intersection, 24th precinct officials said that their focus remained on enforcing vehicular violations.
A week after a city agreement to reform stop-and-frisk tactics in line with an August 2013 federal ruling, Harlem residents are divided over how the changes should be implemented.
As the warm weather coaxes skateboarders onto New York’s streets, one West Harlem public plaza will not be welcoming them. Police officers will patrol Frederick Douglass Circle daily to deter skateboarding.
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