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New NYPD Officer is Daughter of 9/11 Hero

October 16, 2018
Jillian Suarez had just turned nine years old when her father—45-year-old cop Ramon Suarez—ran three times into the North Tower of the World Trade Center to save individuals from the smoke-filled building.

New York Officers Use Tourniquet to Save Man's Life After Chainsaw Accident

October 12, 2018
Two officers with the New York Police Department acted quickly in aiding a man whose arm was nearly completely severed in a chainsaw accident in the Bronx.

NYPD Officer Sues Mayor, City for Harassment Over Pumping Breast Milk at Work

October 9, 2018
Simone Teagle says her supervisors "gave her so many problems about her requests to pump at work that she developed mastitis, a painful condition that arises when nursing mothers fail to express milk regularly," according to the New York Post.

Video: Widow of Slain Officer Criticizes New York Governor for Allowing Cop-Killer to Vote

October 9, 2018
The widow of a New York City police officer killed after being ambushed by a convicted gang member posted a video to YouTube criticizing Governor Andrew Cuomo for allowing the cop-killer to go free, and to have the ability to vote in the November mid-term elections.

Widow of Slain Officer Criticizes New York Governor for Allowing Cop-Killer to Vote

October 9, 2018
The widow of a New York City police officer killed after being ambushed by a convicted gang member posted a video to YouTube criticizing Governor Andrew Cuomo for allowing the cop-killer to go free, and to have the ability to vote in the November mid-term elections.

NYPD Union Chief Calls on Lawmakers to Fix 'Broken' Parole System

October 2, 2018
New York Police Benevolent Association President Patrick Lynch called on state lawmakers to fix what he said was a "broken" parole system that has allowed killers to walk free.

NYPD Think Man Who Shot at Upstate Police May be in Brooklyn

October 1, 2018
The 42-year-old suspect—identified as Joshua Stuart—is accused of firing a gun inside the Ellenville (NY) Regional Hospital on Friday.

Former NYPD Officer Sues Department Over Dismissal

September 26, 2018
A former NYPD cop—who was reportedly dismissed from his position for shooting his girlfriend— says in a newly filed lawsuit that it was she who attacked him and that the department ignored his own claims of being the victim of domestic violence.

3 Pediatric Cancer Patients Sworn in as Honorary New York Police Officers

September 20, 2018
Police officers with the Suffolk County (NY) Police Department welcomed three new members of the force on Wednesday—11-year-old Jesse Pallas, nine-year-old Zachary Cote, and 10-year-old Sean Hughes.

How the Threat of Terrorism has Changed Since 9/11

September 14, 2018
Now that law enforcement — particularly the FBI — has placed such an emphasis on investigating and thwarting attacks, a complex and costly plan like the one used on 9/11 would come to the attention of some three-letter agency, and the attackers arrested or killed (depending upon where we found them). Consequently, the tactics of the major terrorist organizations have changed.

7 NYPD Officers Arrested in Alleged Prostitution, Gambling Operation

September 13, 2018
Seven officers with the New York Police Department are accused of prostitution, corruption, and misconduct charges in connection with an illegal gambling and prostitution ring in Brooklyn and Queens.

Widow of Murdered Officer Angry that New York Governor Will Let Cop Killer Vote

September 12, 2018
Diane Piagentini—widow of Officer Joseph Piagentini, who was assassinated along with Officer Waverly Jones in a 1971 ambush—is angry that Governor Andrew Cuomo will allow three-time cop-killer Herman Bell to vote in Thursday’s Democratic primary.

Toddler Hands New York Trooper a Bag of Drugs During Traffic Stop

September 11, 2018
The New York State Police issued a statement detailing a traffic stop during which a 3-year-old child handed a trooper a bag of marijuana.

New York Officer Rescues 3-Year-Old from Hot Car

September 7, 2018
An officer with the Cheektowaga (NY) Police Department is being praised for rescuing a three-year-old girl from a hot car after the mother apparently overdosed on heroin.

NYPD No Longer Arresting Most Pot Smokers

September 4, 2018
There are still cases where officers would arrest pot smokers, such as those with an outstanding warrant, people on parole or probation, those with a history of violence or who are deemed a public threat.

Officer Injured, K-9 Killed in Collision During Pursuit

September 3, 2018
A police officer with the Riverhead (NY) Police Department was injured and a K9 died in an incident that started at a DWI checkpoint on Sunday morning.

NYPD Officers Injured in Ramming Incident, Driver Faces 40 Charges

August 29, 2018
Guarneri had three baggies of crack in his pocket and a suspended license when he tried to escape police in a stolen van on the nearly mile-long span during the afternoon rush hour, prosecutors said.

Video: Another Video of Citizen Harassing NYPD Officer Surfaces

August 28, 2018
Yet another video of citizens taunting an officer with the New York Police Department has surfaced on social media. In the nearly two-minute video, at least three young men could be heard shouting "f__k you" and flashing their middle finger at him.

Another Video of Citizen Harassing NYPD Officer Surfaces

August 28, 2018
Yet another video of citizens taunting an officer with the New York Police Department has surfaced on social media. In the nearly two-minute video, at least three young men could be heard shouting "f__k you" and flashing their middle finger at him.

NYPD Union Offers $500 Reward to Citizens who Help Police with Violent Suspects

August 23, 2018
The NYPD Sergeants Benevolent Association announced on Wednesday that the union would give a $500 reward to citizens who come to the aid of cops in violent confrontations with suspects resisting arrest.
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