The Daily News talks about people using their cellphones to film New York City cops and how it "hinders arrests." Remember, if you have a legal to be somewhere and not interfering with official police business, you can record the police without their permission if they are in a public place and don't have any expectation of privacy.
Take a look at this great New York Times graphic on the disproportionate application of Stop and Frisk in New York City.
El Diario talks about how New York City Police Commissioner, Bill Bratton, is asking for 1,000 new police officers.
When politics turns criminal. Watch this NBC 4 NY video.
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