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News about police. Commentary and archival information about police from The New York Times.



News about Police, including commentary and archival articles published in The New York Times.

Latest Articles

Photos of Ferguson: What They Saw

Three photographers sent to cover the unrest in the aftermath of Michael Brown’s death reflect on their work for The New York Times.

5 Years After Ferguson, We’re Losing the Fight Against Police Violence

We had just one year of progress before the backlash kicked in. By Justin Hansford

Five Years After Michael Brown’s Death, His Father Wants a New Investigation

The death of Michael Brown Jr. set into motion profound changes in policing, race relations and society that continue to reverberate. “We’re not stopping until we get justice,” his father said. By Timothy Williams

The Lives of Ferguson Activists, Five Years Later

The energy of the street protests has faded, but it carries on in national conversations about race, and in the lives of the people who were there.

Times Ins >We’d been among many Times journalists who reported from Ferguson after Michael Brown was killed on Aug. 9, 2014. This summer, we went back to see how the city is doing.

By Julie Bosman and Jack Healy

How Bodycams Distort Real Life

New technologies have side effects that aren’t fully understood until the technology is in wide use. By Albert Fox Cahn

He’s a Veteran of Upheaval, Molded by Ferguson’s Traumas. He’s 7.

Five years after Ferguson, Mo., was upended by a police shooting, setting off a national reckoning, a generation has grown up amid uneven progress. By Jack Healy and Julie Bosman

As Shootings Spike in Northern Brooklyn, N.Y.P.D. and Prosecutors Coll >A progressive district attorney’s efforts to give offenders a second chance have upset the police, who are struggling to contain gun violence.

Hong Kong Strikes, and Strikes a Nerve in Beijing

The Chinese government is acting as though it would come unmoored if it made any concession to the protesters. By Ilaria Maria Sala

Policing: What Changed (and D >Five years after a fatal police shooting in Ferguson, Mo., began a reckoning for American policing, more officers now wear body cameras. But shootings have not slowed.

Black Man Led on Rope by Police Is Mentally Ill, His Family Says

A photograph of the man’s arrest in Galveston, Tex., was shared widely on social media, conjuring for many images of slavery. By Mihir Zaveri

Photo of Mounted Police Leading Black Man by a Rope Prompts Outrage

The police chief of Galveston, Tex., apologized to the suspect and said two of his officers had caused the man embarrassment.

Ferguson, Five Years On

Stopped, Ticketed, Fined: The Pitfalls of Driving While Black in Ferguson

Despite five years of changes in Missouri, black drivers continue to be stopped at much higher rates than white drivers in communities throughout the state.

How Bill de Blasio Went From Progressive Hope to Punching Bag

The New York mayor turned quixotic presidential candidate seems sick of his city — and the feeling is mutual. By Matt Flegenheimer

Hundreds Arrested in Moscow as Criminal Case Is Brought Against Opposition Leader

Russia’s version of the F.B.I. said the anticorruption foundation led by Aleksei A. Navalny was suspected of money laundering. By Andrew Higgins

A Rookie Police Officer’s Gunshot, Intended for a Dog, Kills a Texas Woman

Margarita Brooks died Thursday after a shot fired by an Arlington officer hit her in the chest, the authorities said.

Hong Kong’s Civil Servants Protest Their Own Government

A former leader of the Civil Service said employees had a duty to speak out and the government needs to take responsibility for the public’s anger.

critic’s pick

Review: Police Violence Reaches Opera in ‘Blue’

At the Glimmerglass Festival, Jeanine Tesori and Tazewell Thompson tell the story of a Harlem family struck by tragedy. By Anthony Tommasini

Daniel Pantaleo, N.Y.P.D. Officer in Eric Garner’s Death, Should Be Fired, Judge Says

Mr. Garner’s last words — “I can’t breathe” — ignited a national outcry over aggressive policing in minority neighborhoods. By Ashley Southall, Ali Watkins and William K. Rashbaum

Is Putin Burning Out?

The demonstrations of recent weeks may push him to mistakes that test his grip on power.

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