The New York Post is calling for shutting down the Shomrim after its president and founder was charged with rape.
Police in Brooklyn arrested the founder and president of the Boro Park Shomrim for allegedly raping a 16-year-old girl.
A Muslim teen from New York City helped police catch a homeless man who hit an Orthodox Jewish woman on the subway.
A Brooklyn volunteer neighborhood safety patrol member pleaded guilty on Wednesday to bribing police officers to expedite gun license applications, becoming the latest person to admit wrongdoing in a wide-ranging corruption probe in New York City.
Two-and-a-half years after a late-night gang beating that left him partially blinded, Brooklyn man Taj Patterson is preparing to face one of his alleged assailants in court.
Two Hasidic men are challenging the clause in their plea deal that says their community service must take place in a ‘culturally diverse neighborhood.’
A gay African-American man who was beaten, allegedly by a group of Hasidic Jews, in Brooklyn in 2013 is suing New York City and its police department, saying their improper favoring of the Williamsburg neighborhood’s Orthodox security patrol deprived him of equal justice under the law.
A young gay black man who got beat up in Williamsburg is probably wondering why the Hasidic Shomrim will apparently not be serving time in jail — but Orthodox Jews know why, Michael Lesher argues.
A leader of a Jewish neighborhood guard group was arrested on bribery charges after allegedly trying to buy gun permits from undercover officers, drawing more attention to the dense network of relationships between police brass and Hasidic activists.
A gay black man who says he was beaten by a group of Hasidic men in Brooklyn sued five of his alleged assailants and a local Jewish volunteer security patrol.