Today a group of 55 social justice, immigrant and civil rights organizations in New York sent a letter to NYPD Commissioner Ray Kelly asking him to speak out against SB1070.
It's not easy being a reporter for the Times. Besides the layers of assignment, desk and copy editors, reporters have to contend with a professional second guesser, known as the Public Editor.
In the annals of American law enforcement, no one's achievements and innovations can match those of Raymond W. Kelly, the Commissioner of the New York City Police Department. Simply put, he's the best cop in U.S. history.
Those 11 terrorist plots against New York City that Police Commissioner Ray Kelly and Deputy Commissioner for Pubic Information Paul Browne are forever warning about? Better make that 10.
Whether whiner or whistleblower, police officer Adrian Schoolcraft continues to damage the credibility of the New York City Police Department.
Why is Bloomberg -- who in his two terms as mayor ceded virtually all law enforcement authority to NYPD Commissioner Kelly -- now becoming a Terrorism Tough Guy?
Who selects the head of Michael Bloomberg's security detail? Is it the mayor or Police Commissioner Ray Kelly? That's the question some are asking as the detail's longtime head retires.
In its rush to recruit an undercover officer to spy on terrorists, the NYPD failed to properly vet a cop now accused in the million-dollar New Jersey perfume heist.
There is more cause for concern about the NYPD's Lone Cowboy behavior the more we learn about its dealings with the Queens imam who jeopardized the investigation into the subway bombing plot.
Another NYPD Counter-Terrorism Commissioner is leaving, the third since Police Commissioner Ray Kelly created the job in 2002. The latest departs to the usual chorus of hosannas from city officials.
After retiring from the NYPD and 15 months in Iraq, "conducting human intelligence," Sgt. Chris Strom settled down in Virginia and opened Intel Investigations. Then he heard from Intel's lawyer.
A whistle-blowing detective inside the NYPD's Intelligence Division is warning of an impending tragedy because of the shenanigans of a key boss.
Bernard Kerik had to wait his turn and pass through the metal detector of the courthouse last Thursday just like any civilian. The federal marshals, however, still called him, "Commissioner."
Police Commissioner Ray Kelly, said to be traveling in Israel, picked a good week to be out of town. There was plenty of bad NYPD news while he was gone.
New York City was going to be the place where the man accused of organizing the 9/11 attack met American justice. Now, that's all over. And so, perhaps, is Obama's plan to end the Bush-era assault on the Constitution.
Sometimes, the NYPD appears to be more about image than substance. That was certainly the case Friday as First Deputy Commissioner George Grasso took the long walk out of Police Plaza.