How New York City built its own CIA.
The battle over stop-and-frisk within the NYPD’s ranks.
During New York’s ’80s and ’90s crack epedemic, a flashy detective who “imagined himself a crusader who created his own rules” and his star witness, a crack addicted prostitute who seemed to constantly be at the scene of homicides, sent dozens of men to prison for life. Now, they are under investigation.
An exposé of the New York Police Department’s Civilian Complaint Review Board.
The toll of being a cop on the most successful force in the country.
The rise and fall of the Seven-Seven - stationed in the war zone of 1980’s Crown Heights, Brooklyn - and how an idealistic young recruit became part of cash-snatching, drug-reselling, renegade clique of cops