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NYPD Commissioner Says Police Plagued by People Filming Arrests

May 26, 2016
The United States is suffering from an "epidemic" of people recording law enforcement officers making arrests, NYPD Commissioner Bill Bratton said Wednesday.

Video: NYPD vs. NYFD Charity Football Game Ends in Brawl

May 24, 2016
In video shot on the field just after the cops' 29-13 win over the firefighters at the iconic Brooklyn ballpark during what is ironically nicknamed the "Fun City Bowl," the teams are seen converging near the 50-yard line for what was supposed to be a traditional post-game handshake.

NYPD vs. NYFD Charity Football Game Ends in Brawl

May 24, 2016
In video shot on the field just after the cops' 29-13 win over the firefighters at the iconic Brooklyn ballpark during what is ironically nicknamed the "Fun City Bowl," the teams are seen converging near the 50-yard line for what was supposed to be a traditional post-game handshake. More Here.

NYPD Checking Ammo After Knife-Wielding Suspect's Jacket Stopped Four Bullets

May 20, 2016
Four of the bullets got lodged in Conrad’s Carhartt jacket, sources said, adding that he was not wearing a bulletproof vest.

Video: Knife-Wielding Man Fatally Shot by Police in Midtown Manhattan

May 19, 2016
Both of them fell to the ground, but when the suspect stood up, he displayed an 8-inch knife and approached the officer and two other officers who were coming to his assistance, police said.

Knife-Wielding Man Fatally Shot by Police in Midtown Manhattan

May 19, 2016
After an NYPD officer was alerted, he confronted Conrad and a struggle between the men ensued. Both of them fell to the ground, but when the suspect stood up, he displayed an 8-inch knife and approached the officer and two other officers who were coming to his assistance. More Here.

Police Union Sues New York City Over Changes to Health Insurance

May 17, 2016
A police union is suing New York City for making changes to officers’ health insurance plans without consulting them, according to court papers.

NYPD Union Survey Shows Officers Very Unhappy with de Blasio, City Government

May 13, 2016
96% of responses were unfavorable towards Mayor de Blasio, with 88% very unfavorable. Additionally, 96% disapprove of de Blasio’s policing and public safety policies.

Video: NYPD Officer Bitten, Suspect Shot During Traffic Stop Attempt

May 12, 2016
A man with a gun was shot in the leg by police and the suspect bit an NYPD officer during an attempted traffic stop in Queens Village late Wednesday.

NYPD Officer Bitten, Suspect Shot During Traffic Stop Attempt

May 12, 2016
A man with a gun was shot in the leg by police and the suspect bit an NYPD officer during an attempted traffic stop in Queens Village late Wednesday. More Here.

Officer Sues NYPD Over English-Only Language Policy

May 10, 2016
A Hispanic officer is suing the NYPD over its English-only policy — saying she was reprimanded for answering a colleague in Spanish.

NYPD Approves Springfield Armory XD-S for Off-Duty Use

May 9, 2016
Off-duty uniformed NYPD officers are now able to select a special edition of the XD-S 9mm pistol as their carry gun of choice.

Man Found Guilty of Murder for 2014 Arson Fire that Killed NYPD Officer

May 6, 2016
Marcell Dockery was found guilty on all three counts he was facing — second-degree murder, first-degree assault and fourth-degree arson.

Video: Vacationing Texas Police Chief Helps NYPD Arrest Suspect

May 2, 2016
A Texas police chief vacationing in New York City intervened in a fight between an alleged thief and a store security officer on the street, and helped arrest the suspect, the NYPD said.

Vacationing Texas Police Chief Helps NYPD Arrest Suspect

May 2, 2016
A Texas police chief vacationing in New York City intervened in a fight between an alleged thief and a store security officer on the street, and helped arrest the suspect, the NYPD said. More Here.

Bratton Advises New Yorkers on How to Not Get Shot by Police

April 29, 2016
Police Commissioner Bill Bratton has some simple advice for New Yorkers – if you don’t want to get shot by cops, don’t point a gun at them.

No Prison Time for NYPD Officer in Fatal Shooting at Housing Project

April 19, 2016
The former NYPD officer who fatally shot an unarmed man in the stairwell of a Brooklyn housing project was not given prison time in his sentencing on Tuesday as scores of his supporters and protesters rallied outside the courthouse.

Mayor De Blasio Announces Plan to Release Low-Risk New York City Offenders Who Can’t Afford Bail

April 12, 2016
The $17.8 million program allows judges in all five boroughs to assign defendants deemed a low flight risk to a supervisory program, instead of slapping them with a monetary amount for bail.

NYPD Officer Saves Would-Be Suicide Jumper from 10th Floor Leap

April 11, 2016
Officer Nina Friberg, 35, was among the first rescuers at the scene of a suicidal woman who planned to leap from the 10th story of her Upper West Side building wrapped in a sleeping bag because she "didn’t want to make a mess."

Two High-Ranking NYPD Officers Stripped of Guns and Badges Amid FBI Probe

April 7, 2016
Two high-ranking NYPD officials have been stripped of their guns and badges amid an FBI probe of suspected corruption in the department.
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