Residents are saddened, but not entirely shocked, by the shooting of Akai Gurley. They have been complaining about conditions for years.
Sixty volunteer officers at five precincts and one housing unit will try two different cameras for three months.
After two cops allegedly beat a 16-year-old in Crown Heights, one of them using his gun, Brooklyn D.A. Ken Thompson obtained indictments
The idea has gained momentum, but not everyone sees such promotions as solving any problems
In Part Two, The Brooklyn Ink looks at the life of Mervyn Spann, a 25-year-old Brownsville man who was shot and killed in November.
In Part One of this special report on homicides, The Brooklyn Ink examines the trends in Brooklyn over the past decade, and takes a numerical snapshot of the borough’s most recent killings.
Man Up treats violence like a disease, something that can be stopped before it spreads.
After a child’s death, a community fights back
Police talk to students at Clara Barton High School in Crown Heights about bullying and cultural awareness