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Retired NYPD Narcotics Detective called a ‘Nappy-Headed Ho’ Settles Lawsuit Against...

A former NYPD narcotics detective called a "nappy-headed ho" by her sergeant will receive $130,000 from the city to settle her federal suit.The sergeant, Michael Cantatore, will also have to cough up $1,500 of his own money to pay retired...

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School ‘cop’ sex shocker Safety agents: It was hop-in-sack or get...

Hormones are raging among the NYPD'S school safety agents.The Police Department's School Safety Division is a raunchy, sexually charged environment where some female agents regularly engage in down-and-dirty noontime affairs with bosses inside...

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Pratt janitor accused of stealing oil from Queens school finds himself...

An ex-Department of Education custodian fired for taking barrels of heating oil from a Queens school has received a new demerit for harassing a black co-worker at Pratt Institute. Pratt officials concluded that Robles “engaged in inappropriate...

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The Sanders Firm, P.C. Moves to New York City

Eric Sanders Esq. is pleased to announce that The Sanders Firm, P.C. will move its offices from Uniondale, NY to Midtown Manhattan effective Monday, January 31, 2011. The move stems from The Sanders Firm, P.C’S unprecedented growth in the past...

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Retired top cop Louis Anemone blasts NYPD’s slap of two officers

A retired top cop is criticizing the NYPD'S move to punish two officers for the fatal shooting of a deranged Brooklyn man.Disciplining the cops for not hiding behind the bushes to escape the chair-swinging man would be "counter-productive and...

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How One Police Dept. Reached 2 Rulings on a Shooting

In August 2009, a NYPD panel, after reviewing evidence and interviews with police officers, school safety agents and a civilian witness, signed off on a decision in the fatal police shooting of a a day laborer nine months earlier: Officer Dawn...

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