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NYPD to Change How It Evaluates Officers

April 23, 2015
Created in 2011 following a pilot program, the current evaluation program, known as Quest for Excellence, requires the city’s nearly 35,000 officers to fill out daily and monthly activity reports measuring their productivity in terms of hours worked, arrests made, summonses issued and reports prepared—including reports detailing the stop-and-frisk tactic.

Families of Slain NYPD Officers Ramos and Liu Throw Out First Pitch at Mets Game

April 14, 2015
Almost four months to the day after they were killed in their patrol car while in the line of duty in Brooklyn, the families of slain NYPD officers Rafael Ramos and Wenjian Liu made an emotional visit to Citi Field for the Mets' home opener in New York Monday.

New York City Council Wants 1,000 More Officers

April 13, 2015
The New York City Council is poised to renew its call to hire 1,000 more officers for the police department, potentially setting up a repeat clash with Mayor Bill de Blasio about the headcount of the nation's largest police force.

Off-Duty NYPD Sergeant Commits Suicide at Home

April 13, 2015
An off-duty NYPD sergeant committed suicide in his Brooklyn home Sunday while his family members were nearby in other rooms, law-enforcement sources said.

Mistaken For Fugitive, Man Sues Connecticut Police

April 6, 2015
Santos spent three weeks in jail awaiting extradition to Connecticut before the mistake was discovered. Now, the Bronx man is charging in a federal lawsuit that Enfield, Conn., police violated his civil rights.

FBI Says 2 New York Women Allied with ISIS, Plotted to Bomb Police Funerals

April 3, 2015
The Ramos funeral, which drew 20,000 law enforcement mourners, sparked speculation between the two accused women and the undercover about bombing a subsequent funeral.

The Story of One of America's First Documented Cop Killings

March 24, 2015
According to the hand-written murder indictment found at the Westchester County Archives in Elmsford, Ryer held two pistols "charged with gunpowder," each containing "one Leaden Bullet." As the confrontation escalated, Ryer "willfully," and with "malice... did shoot and discharge" the weapon in his left hand, resulting in "one mortal wound of the depth of five inches and of the breadth of half an inch" in Smith's chest," the indictment says.

1 New Jersey Officer, 1 Other Killed in Wrong-Way Crash

March 20, 2015
The NYPD is investigating a wrong-way crash on Staten Island that left two dead early Friday morning after three off-duty New Jersey police officers and a friend got on the road after leaving a strip club.

Video: Inside the NYPD's Retraining Program

March 19, 2015
NYPD brass insists the program was always going to be a centerpiece initiative for the department’s new commissioner, Bill Bratton. But they also acknowledge that it became critical -- and was sped up -- after last summer’s death of Eric Garner.

Inside the NYPD's Retraining Program

March 19, 2015

NYPD brass insists the program was always going to be a centerpiece initiative for the department’s new commissioner, Bill Bratton. But they also acknowledge that it became critical -- and was sped up -- after last summer’s death of Eric Garner. More Here.

NYPD’s Oldest, Longest-Serving Officer Dies

March 16, 2015
A veteran NYPD sergeant — who was the department’s oldest and longest-serving active officer — died unexpectedly on Sunday, his loved ones said.

New York Trooper Dies During Training

March 13, 2015
A 23-year-old New York State Police trooper in training died this morning during a run at the police academy in Albany.

New York Gang Officer Shot During Foot Pursuit, Suspect in Custody

March 12, 2015

When the car stopped, one of the passengers bolted from the vehicle and Collins ran after him. Soon after, the officer confronted the man, who opened fire. More Here.

Video: New York Gang Officer Shot During Foot Pursuit, Suspect in Custody

March 12, 2015
When the car stopped, one of the passengers bolted from the vehicle and Collins ran after him. Soon after, the officer confronted the man, who opened fire.

Widow of Ex-Officer Who Killed Daughters to Get Pension Benefits

March 5, 2015
Former White Plains Officer Glen Hochman, 52, had marked the “zero option” when he filed retirement papers weeks before gunning down daughters Alissa, 17, and Deanna, 13, in their sleep on Feb. 21 and shooting himself dead. Eldest daughter Samantha, 22, was away with his wife.

Court Rules Officer Who Spoke Out Against Arrest Quotas Can Sue NYPD

February 27, 2015
A federal appeals court on Thursday reinstated a lawsuit by an NYPD officer, who claims he was punished for speaking out against arrest and ticket quotas.

Authorities Say Retired New York Officer Premeditatedly Murdered Daughters, Planned to Impoverish Wife

February 27, 2015
Sources say Hochman, 52, intentionally planned to impoverish his wife and surviving daughter by cutting them out of his pension benefits before he murdered his other daughters and then turned the gun on himself.

Bratton: NYPD Training That Tells Officers to Close Eyes in Tense Situations "Work in Progress"

February 24, 2015
A defensive NYPD Commissioner Bill Bratton on Tuesday admitted that the department’s much-mocked retraining program for 22,000 officers is “a work in progress” and said he will make changes “as are appropriate.”

NYPD Reportedly Being Trained to Close Eyes During Tense Situations

February 23, 2015
The potentially dangerous advice is part of a $35 million “smart policing’’ primer by Mayor Bill de Blasio and Police Commissioner Bill Bratton that most of the officers who have gone through it say is completely useless.

NYPD Union Leaders, de Blasio Quietly Work to Mend Rift

February 19, 2015
“We had an arranged marriage where the husband and the wife did not speak the same language,” Roy T. Richter, the president of the Captains Endowment Association, said of Mr. de Blasio’s relationship with officers at the time of his election. “It’s been a year filled with tragedies and disasters and horrible things, but I think that there is a dialogue now.”
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