The killing of a New York City police officer working in a plainclothes unit has drawn attention to the dangers of a crime-fighting force that by design usually goes unnoticed. Description from chnewsninfo.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images
Police work in a neighborhood in the Queens borough of New York on Saturday, May 2, 2015 after an NYPD officer was shot. He was taken to Jamaica Hospital Medical Center in Queens. (AP Photo/Craig Ruttle)
Darius McCollum can explain the complicated workings of the New York City transit system with the precision of a veteran conductor. He knows every subway stop, every line, every train. It's an obsession that has dominated his life. But instead of becoming a transit worker, he's become a transit impostor. Twenty-nine times, beginning when he was a teenager, he's been arrested for crimes that include piloting a subway train, stealing a bus and donning uniforms to pose as a conductor.
The man who killed Clifford was not a robber. He was a New York City police officer by the name of Thomas Shea. Shea and his partner, Walter Scott, were plainclothes cops working the South Jamaica neighborhood. After Clifford was shot, Officer Shea's partner, Walter Scott exclaimed, “Die, you little bastard!”
NYPD "hunting of man" t-shirts seen on on-duty officers in Queens. These are criminals with badges. Anyone on the government payroll who wears a T-shirt advertising their bloodlust is to be avoided like the psychopathic PLAGUE they are.
NYPD commish has harsh words over mailman's arrest March 30, 2016 A still from a cellphone video showing mailman Glenn Grays' arrest in Brooklyn on March 17, 2016. NEW YORK -- Police Commissioner Bill Bratton had some harsh words for the officers accused of handcuffing a postal worker while he delivered packages on Plainclothes cops arrested mailman Glenn Grays while he worked his postal route after nearly hitting his mail truck with their car
The first woman police officer to be killed in the UK while on duty has been honoured at a special ceremony marking the 30th anniversary of her death. Description from lutonsfc.ac.uk. I searched for this on bing.com/images