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New York Cop Killer Granted Parole

June 25, 2018
Robert Hayes—who has spent the past 44 years in prison—had been denied parole 10 previous times.

NYPD Seeks to Improve Communication with Deaf Motorists

June 15, 2018
The NYPD has announced plans to mail out “visor cards” to roughly 11,000 drivers who are deaf or hard of hearing in order to more easily communicate with their officers.

NYPD Defends Database of Suspected Gang Members

June 14, 2018
The New York Police Department sent detectives to a City Council meeting on Wednesday to deliver a message to the governing body that the database they use to keep track of gang members is essential in keeping gang violence tamped down.

More NYPD Officers Being Sent to Help Homeless Taking Refuge in Subway

January 16, 2018
"There have been dozens and dozens of additional officers added to the subway to ensure the safety of our transit system as well as to help with outreach to the homeless — particularly in the overnight hours," said J. Peter Donald in the NYPD public relations office.

4 Port Authority Officers "Heroes" for Arresting, Controlling Bombing Suspect

December 12, 2017
"They engaged the suspect, who was on the ground, they handcuffed him, they saw wires, cellphone. They made a split-second decision to actually get on top of him and restrain him, and [Manfredini] actually removed the device off of his person before he could further detonate it," Nunziato said.

NYC Bomber Was Inspired by ISIS Christmas Attacks, Officials Say

December 11, 2017
He chose the location because of its Christmas-themed posters, recalling strikes in Europe against Christmas markets, he told investigators, and set off his bomb in retaliation for U.S. airstrikes on ISIS targets in Syria and elsewhere, several law enforcement officials said.

DHS Issues Statement on Attempted Terror Attack in New York City

December 11, 2017
Secretary Nielsen released the following statement on the Department's role in coordinating a federal response to terror-related incidents.

NYC Terror Suspect Indicted on Murder, Terror Charges

November 22, 2017
The man accused of driving a truck through a bike lane in downtown New York City on Halloween was indicted in federal court Tuesday.

NYPD Increasing Security for New York City Marathon

November 3, 2017
In preparation for the New York City Marathon, the NYPD is increasing its already massive security plans. More Here.

Driver in NYC Truck Attack Had Been Planning for Weeks, Police Say

November 1, 2017
The driver who sped down a crowded bike path in New York City on Tuesday, killing eight people, had been planning the attack for weeks and appeared to have connections to people who were the subjects of terrorism investigations.

Video: NYPD Officer Hailed as Hero for Stopping Terror Suspect

November 1, 2017
New York City officials are hailing Officer Ryan Nash, 28, for shooting and apprehending the suspect accused of mowing down at least eight people with a rented truck in lower Manhattan on Tuesday.

NYPD Officer Hailed as Hero for Stopping Terror Suspect

November 1, 2017
New York City officials are hailing Officer Ryan Nash, 28, for shooting and apprehending the suspect accused of mowing down at least eight people with a rented truck in lower Manhattan on Tuesday. More Here.

8 Killed in NYC Truck Attack; Mayor Calls it 'Act of Terror'

October 31, 2017
A man in a rented pickup truck drove onto a busy bicycle path near the World Trade Center memorial in New York City Tuesday, killing at least eight people and injuring several others in what the mayor has now called "a particularly cowardly act of terror."

Gov. Cuomo's Use of Troopers in New York City Frustrates Police Leaders

August 4, 2017
Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo is rerouting New York State troopers to New York City airports and toll plazas from upstate areas that rely on them and bewildering some of the officials charged with carrying out his orders.

NYPD Disciplinary Records Could Be Made Public As Mayor Seeks Changes to State Law

October 14, 2016
In a move toward more transparency within the NYPD, Mayor Bill de Blasio's administration announced it plans to seek amendments to a section of the state's Civil Rights Law that would make disciplinary information about police officers more easily available

Dozens Injured in New York Bombing, Second Device Found

September 18, 2016
An explosion rocked a crowded Manhattan neighborhood and injured 29 people, and a suspicious device discovered blocks away was safely removed early Sunday.

Video: NYPD Cruiser Shot at; 4 Suspects Arrested, 1 Injured

October 9, 2015
A suspect was shot in the leg after opening fire on an unmarked NYPD police cruiser in a wild shootout in the Fort Greene area of Brooklyn Wednesday night.

Swedish Police Officers on Vacation Break Up Fight in New York City

April 23, 2015
Four Swedish police officers took a break from their New York vacation to answer the call of duty Wednesday, breaking up an out-of-control fight between two homeless men on a Manhattan subway train.

Security Tightened at Jewish Sites in New York Following Shootings at U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum

June 11, 2009

Minutes after the shooting at the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, uniformed NYPD officers appeared outside New York's memorial.

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