Tags » Police Brutality

#MYNYPD Twitter Hashtag Exposes Police Brutality

The New York City Police Department (NYPD) is known around the world for its history of violence and brutality, particularly against underserved communities of color. So it is little wonder that the Twitter hashtag… 309 more words

Top News

So About The Way That #MyNYPD Hashtag Backfired On New York Police... (PHOTOS)

On Tuesday, the New York Police Department decided to engage with the people they “serve and protect” on Twitter by asking users to share a few feel-good photographs using the tag # 378 more words

News

#myNYPD Twitter Outreach Campaign Backfires

The NYPD showed it knows a lot more about fighting crime than it does about Twitter when it asked users to post pictures of friendly cops on the Web site — and online trolls responded with a flood of tweets depicting police brutality. 289 more words

NYPD

Black Twitter Hijacks #MyNYPD Hashtag, Exposes Police Brutality

The New York City Police Department (NYPD) is known around the world for its history of violence and brutality, particularly against underserved communities of color. So it is little wonder that the Twitter hashtag… 345 more words

National

NYPD: Police Brutality in Pictures

LOL! When the NYPD asked for picture submissions from their “fans,” they got more than they bargained for.

See the rest of the pictures and read the wild and crazy story at the Daily Mail.

#MYNYPD Twitter Hashtag Exposes Police Brutality

The New York City Police Department (NYPD) is known around the world for its history of violence and brutality, particularly against underserved communities of color. So it is little wonder that the Twitter hashtag… 345 more words

National

#MyNYPD Twitter Hashtag Backfires, Gets Flooded With Images Of Police Brutality

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — A NYPD social media effort backfired horribly Tuesday when Twitter users began posting photos of apparent police brutality.

The NYPD’s official Twitter account asked people to post of themselves with members of the Police Department using the hashtag #MyNYPD, WCBS 880′s Alex Silverman reported. 253 more words

Features