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Judge Cops on Merits

Eleven months ago, then-Police Commissioner Dermot Shea and Civilian Complaint Review Board Chairman Fred Davie reached an agreement that required the Commissioner to explain in writing his decisions …

Vote Fraud at TWU

When J.P. Patafio, the vice president of Transport Workers Union Local 100's TA Surface Division, filed charges alleging ballot-harvesting and voter fraud by the Progressive Change slate for at least …

Pendulum Swung Too Far

After the recent release from an upstate prison of Darryl Jeter, who had served 34 years for the murder of Police Officer Irma Lozada, Police Benevolent Association President Pat Lynch issued a …

Welcome Change for Jails?

Eric Adams's career in law enforcement was evident in remarks he made about the city jail system while introducing Louis Molina as his Correction Commissioner Dec. 16.  He acknowledged the need …

The Head Stinks

A Department of Investigation probe of the Parks Department's Lifeguard Division found major dysfunction, particularly in its disciplinary process. A big part of the problem, the report concluded, …

Judicial License to Steal

Justice Sylvia Ash was just convicted of obstruction of justice for enabling a massive ripoff of the Municipal Credit Union by its CEO in which she got some of the spoils for keeping her mouth shut. …

Ducking Blame for Rikers

A lawsuit brought by the Correction Officers' Benevolent Association seeking to block enforcement of Mayor de Blasio's vaccine mandate against its members is a reminder that efforts by him and …

Amazon's Prime Arrogance

Reading the decision by a National Labor Relations Board Regional Director in Atlanta that ordered a new unionizing election at an Amazon warehouse in Bessemer, Ala., it's striking how brazen the …

Injecting Some Perspective

Even as the number of vaccinated city employees grows increasingly greater, complaints from some of their unions show no sign of ebbing. The Police Benevolent Association is pressing on with a …

Borough-Based Crapshoot

There's something bizarre about listening to de Blasio administration officials talk about plans for closing Rikers Island in favor of four borough-based jails six years from now when the current …

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