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NY Troopers Get Electric Vehicle Training

October 29, 2012
New York State Police officials say troopers will be the first law enforcement officers in the nation to receive special training in responding to crashes involving electric vehicles.

States Scale Back Aircraft for Catching Speeders

July 2, 2012
New York, California, and Virginia are among several states to scale back the use of aircraft for traffic enforcement in recent years because of budget cuts or concerns about cost-effectiveness

N.Y. Trooper's Vest Stops Stab Attack

June 19, 2012
A New York State Police trooper's ballistic vest saved his life, when it absorbed a knife thrust from a suicidal 14-year-old boy.

N.Y. Trooper Killed Trying to Stop Violator

May 28, 2012
A New York trooper who was killed in a rollover crash was trying to stop a violator when her SUV hit a guardrail and flipped over. Trooper Amanda Anna, 31, crashed her police cruiser in Oswego County.

Calif.-N.Y. Hells Angels Meth Ring Busted

February 24, 2012
A federal grand jury in Rochester, N.Y., has returned a seven-count indictment charging Hells Angels members in Rochester and Monterey, Calif., with drug trafficking and racketeering offenses.

Lenco BEAR & BearCat In Action

January 31, 2012

View our gallery featuring images of Lenco's BEAR and BearCat Armored Rescue Vehicles (ARVs) in use by several law enforcement agencies. Editor's note: This gallery is sponsored by Lenco.

N.Y. Troopers Issue 816 Texting Tickets Over Holiday Weekend

December 1, 2011
New York State Police cracked down on texting drivers, issuing 816 tickets over the Thanksgiving holiday weekend during "Operation Hang-Up."

N.Y. Cop Killer Charged with Possessing 'Escape Paraphernalia'

October 20, 2011
Ralph "Bucky" Phillips, who shot one New York State Police trooper to death and wounded two others five years ago during the largest manhunt in state history, has been accused of stuffing a sweat shirt with other clothes, to make it look like a dummy.

N.Y. Trooper Shot In the Face with BB Gun

October 18, 2011
A New York State Police officer was shot in the face with a BB gun and two Cortland Police officers were hit by glass shards during a stand-off on Sunday with an 18-year-old man.

N.Y. State Sergeants Agree To 10-Hour Shifts

October 5, 2011
Under terms of the agreement, sergeants receive additional days off. However, they will be scheduled to work more hours in a year. The new schedule is expected to help eliminate scheduling gaps, which during a testing phase saved over 43 percent in overtime costs.

Friendly Fire: Analyzing the Problem

April 29, 2011
As with accidental training deaths, LE needs to recognize that "friendly fire" tragedies are both needless and preventable. And the only acceptable goal in any/all accidental police deaths is their total elimination.

N.Y. Man Arrested Twice In One Night for DUI

April 28, 2011
A New York man was arrested twice in a matter of hours by the same state troopers for allegedly driving drunk.

N.Y. State Trooper Struck, Killed at Traffic Stop

March 26, 2011
Trooper Kevin P. Dobson, a 14-year member of the state patrol, was conducting a stop in Tonawanda, Erie County, when he was struck at 7:30 a.m. today.

Badge-Carrying N.Y. Rabbi's 'Official' Plates Questioned

March 24, 2011
A New York State Police rabbi's employment status with a municipality has come under scrutiny by the Times Union newspaper, who published a report questioning his use of official license plates.

N.Y. Gov. Cuomo Questions Troopers' Take-Home Vehicles

February 7, 2011
The Cuomo administration says it's looking at whether New York state needs to buy, fuel and maintain nearly 60,000 vehicles in fleets, including nearly 3,500 trooper cars. About half of those vehicle are assigned to investigators and command officers.

Ford Crown Vic Police Interceptor

July 13, 2009

Ford's Crown Vic Police Interceptor (2009) is a workhorse patrol car for big-city and small-town LE agencies. The automaker has committed to producing it through 2011. Known as the CVPI, it has been a staple in the fleets of the Los Angeles Police Department and New York State Police, as well as the South Dakota Highway Patrol and Sandy Springs (Ga.) Police Department.

Shots Fired: Binghamton, N.Y. 05/14/2002

July 1, 2006

New York State Troopers Shawn Dean and John Spero had been parked at the side of the highway, driver’s window-to-driver’s window, comparing notes and spooking speeders into slowing down. Dean was content with the notion that everyone was pretty much adhering to the speed limit, if only for the moment. At six o’clock p.m., it was the mid-point of his shift, and Spero’s stint was almost over.

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