Wouldn’t you love to skip out on tolls? Some cops in New York City apparently sure do! A new investigation by Inside Edition found officers were avoiding toll and traffic cameras using illegal flash-reflective plastic covers on their personal license plates, according to a summary of the probe by the New York Post.
Security at this year’s NY Heritage of Pride Parade will come with a strong display of solidarity with the LGBT community. It’s nice to see the police lead with an inclusive example, and frankly, the car looks good this way.
Cops, panicked, jog by. A Range Rover swerves through an alley, screeches to a halt and backs into a police car. Metal crunches, glass shatters, and in the background a familiar accent is shouting for the cops to “shoot him! Shoot him!” This isn’t a movie. It’s just another Monday in New York City.
There is nothing sadder on the road than a road rage fight, except when it’s a road rage fight between two slightly older guys pulled over on the side of a gray and drizzly New York City highway. That’s what makes it so excellent when two cops run up and end it with nothing but pure, competent justice.
The NYPD knows fanny packs ain’t cool, guys. Actually they describe the wearable cargo-pouches as “hideous” but hey; if you’re gonna look like a dorky tourist here’s how to get the most out of it.
Last month, the New York City Police Department began a low-level crime enforcement slowdown, because someone said something that hurt their feelings. And while that was as good a reason as any other, I'm sure, it couldn't last forever. Sorry, everyone. Your New York City driving playground days are over.
In a completely-bizarre-yet-possibly-unsurprising-incident-since-after-all-it's-the-NYPD-and-they've-gotten-into-a-bunch-of-crap-lately turn of events, an NYPD officer needed to be rushed to the hospital after joyriding on the hood of a cop car.
All the lunacy going on between New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio and the New York City Police Department has had one bizarre side benefit for any fans of hooning, according to data obtained by the New York Post. Traffic enforcement has basically ceased, turning the city into a Mad Maxian-automotive playground.
There are several things to love about jetBlue, but their charitable donation in the wake of the murder of two New York City Police might be the most awesome thing they have ever done. The airline is offering two tickets to every law enforcement agency in the country with people wanting to attend the two funerals.
The NYPD rolled up on a Staten Island dunk contest over the weekend, not to break up the show, but to get in on the action.
Criminals, terrorists and suspicious-looking minorities beware: the New York Police Department is coming after you with the cop car of the future! The NYPD is testing a prototype cruiser with the latest advances in public surveillance, er, public safety.
People parked in bike lanes is already one of the established perils of riding a bicycle through NYC. Now a New York cyclist has started a Tumblr for all of you to post photos of NYPD cars parked in bike lanes across the city.
An off-duty cop with the New York City Police Department was charged with DWI after driving the wrong way on a local highway and smashing into five other cars.
Is the New York Police Department in the process of trading in their big American sedans and SUVs for the smaller, lighter, more drift-acular Scion FR-S? In a word: No.
Although we don't care to see them in our rearview mirrors with their lights flashing, we at Jalopnik are generally fans of the police car. They're just like regular cars, except tougher and built for fightin' crime.
Traffic in New York sucks, but here's one cop making it easier to get through. He sees a guy on a motorcycle stuck in a jam, and then guides him past the congestion on the curb.
Because July 4th falls on a Wedneday, a lot of Americans will spend a five-day weekend traveling and drinking. It's pretty common to misplace a wallet or a purse on that kind of vacation. And getting on a return flight without a valid ID, as you might imagine, is not easy. But it can be done. Here's how to work it…
The New York Police Department's self-professed "car geek" usually spends his days tracking stolen vehicles and the occasional carjacking, but his skills at identifying models based on a hubcap led to the arrest of an 8-year-old's killer.