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NYPD Sergeants Benevolent Association Issues Lengthy Statement on "Ferguson Effect"

August 17, 2018
The NYPD Sergeants Benevolent Association posted a lengthy statement on Facebook, ripping elected officials and police leaders who are seen by the SBA to be too cozy with anti-police politicians.

Video: NYPD Sergeant Browbeaten Inside Precinct Station House

August 17, 2018
Sergeant Freddie Lopez can be seen on video attempting to quiet the man and prevent him from recording the confrontation on his mobile phone — the NYPD Patrol Guide states that filming inside a police precinct is prohibited, and those who do so can be arrested.

NYPD Sergeant Browbeaten Inside Precinct Station House

August 17, 2018
Sergeant Freddie Lopez can be seen on video attempting to quiet the man and prevent him from recording the confrontation on his mobile phone — the NYPD Patrol Guide states that filming inside a police precinct is prohibited, and those who do so can be arrested.

NYPD Widows Join Union in Pressing to Keep Cop Killers in Jail

August 9, 2018
Dozens of widows of NYPD officers slain in the line of duty joined the Patrolmen's Benevolent Association in demanding that a loophole that lets cop killers back on the streets be fixed.

Stories Differ on NYPD Officer's Off-Duty Shooting of Man on Brooklyn Sidewalk

August 7, 2018
NYPD Sergeant Richard Blake said he was being robbed in the early morning hours on Thursday when he drew a gun and squeezed off two rounds, with one striking the alleged assailant in the jaw, according to authorities.

Off-Duty NYPD Officer Shoots Man Who Allegedly Tried to Rob Him

August 2, 2018
The 21-year-old suspect was taken in police custody to a nearby hospital with non-life-threatening injuries, according to reports.

New York Agency Criticized for Using "Y" (for Yellow) to Identify Asian Officers

July 31, 2018
A document obtained by the New York Civil Liberties Union through a Freedom of Information request revealed that the Nassau County (NY) Police Department allegedly used the letter "Y" — for the color yellow — to denote officers of Asian heritage.

Off-Duty NYPD Officer Saves Woman and Her Dog from Fiery Car Crash

July 27, 2018
Officer James Talbert came upon the burning Toyota lying on its passenger side on the side of the road. He used a glass breaker device on his keychain to shatter the sunroof and free the disoriented woman and her Yorkshire Terrier.

Man Unleashes Pitbull on New York Officer, Dog Wounded by Gunshot

July 23, 2018
A Rochester, NY, police officer responding to a domestic dispute was bitten on the leg by a pitbull. The officer shot the dog, who reportedly did not die from the gunshot.

Officer in Eric Garner Death to Face Internal Disciplinary Inquiry

July 16, 2018
In a letter to the Department of Justice, the NYPD said will has decided to begin its own internal disciplinary inquiry into the 2014 death of Eric Garner in police custody, regardless of whether or not the DOJ's probe into the incident is completed.

New York Officer Hailed as Hero for Stopping Crane Truck on Expressway

July 12, 2018
Suffolk Police Chief Stuart Cameron said the actions taken by highway patrol officer Joseph Goss and three other officers may have saved lives and prevented what could have been a horrifying tragedy.

New York Chief Responds to Union Leader's Now-Deleted Facebook Post

July 10, 2018
Acting Albany Police Chief Robert Sears responded on Monday to a now-deleted Facebook post — penned by Union Vice President Greg McGee — that was highly critical of Chief Sears and Mayor Kathy Sheehan.

New York Officer Shot, Wounded in Leg, While Executing a Warrant

July 6, 2018
The officer — a 32-year-old detective whose name has not yet been released — was struck by one of the bullets in the leg and rushed to a nearby hospital.

CPB Agent Booked on Child Porn Charges

July 5, 2018
Operating under the alias "Capt Hook" on the mobile messaging application Kik, 54-year-old Keith Hook allegedly distributed child pornography via a computer address associated with his work at the Border Patrol in Oswego.

New York Trooper Killed During Domestic Call

July 2, 2018
The trooper has been identified as 29-year-old Nicholas Clark, who is survived by his mother, father, and brother.

NYPD Officers Reassigned for Taking Picture with Stripper

June 30, 2018
Two of the four female officers who posed with a male stripper at a Mother’s Day event in Upper Manhattan have been returned to regular patrol.

Arrests Made in Murder of New York Police Explorer

June 25, 2018
Five suspects have been arrested in the brutal “mistaken-identity killing” of 15-year-old Lesandro (Junior) Guzman-Feliz last week.

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 Unveils New Policy to “Reduce Unnecessary Marijuana Arrests”

June 21, 2018
According to NYPD projections, the new policy will likely reduce overall marijuana arrests in New York City by about 10,000 per year based on 2017 arrest records and patterns.

NYPD Officers Can Sue to Keep Disciplinary Records Secret

June 20, 2018
The Patrolmen’s Benevolent Association lawsuit maintains that releasing the files violates Section 50-a of the 1976 state civil rights law—which bars releasing disciplinary files.
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