Criminal Justice

The Manhattan Detention Complex known as "The Tombs."
Prisoners have just a week left to claim their stimulus checks. But many say they have not been provided with the paperwork.
Differences on criminal justice reforms emerge among the candidates for Manhattan district attorney.
Famous for taking down crime lords, conspiracy charges are now more often levied against young Black men.
How should police and prisons work to contain the COVID-19 outbreak?
The shutdown of the jail complex was delayed by a year to 2027.
A light pole with a surveillance camera at the World Trade Center.
The department is facing multiple lawsuits over the use and disclosure of its digital surveillance practices.
NYPD officers talk to members of the Orthodox community in Borough Park on October 7th.
Heavy-handed tactics against Black Lives Matter protests were absent Tuesday night.
Protestors on the Brooklyn Bridge after the conclusion of Breonna Taylor's trial that ended without convictions for the officers involved.
After nearly two decades of inaction, Breonna Taylor’s death may lead to reforms.
The New York Times published a report on the details of Trump's tax returns on Sunday, September 27th.
The president’s tax returns feature several red flags for possibly fraudulent behavior, experts say.
Black Lives Matter protestors at New York City Hall on June 23rd.
While NYC has quieted down, activists are gearing up for their next big fights.
A New York City corrections bus.
A state Senate hearing examined what else could be done to help incarcerated people.
The Rochester Police Department firing gags onto protestors on September 5, 2020.
Before Daniel Prude’s death, Rochester overhauled its police oversight board to give it significantly more power.
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