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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.

Man Convicted of Killing NYPD Officer in 1981 Dies in Jail

April 7, 2016
A convicted cop-killing militant who went to jail for gunning down two NYPD officers on a Queens street in 1981, has died.

NYPD Union Chief Blames "Anti-Police Atmosphere" for Rise in Shootings, Slashings

April 4, 2016
PBA President Patrick Lynch took to the airwaves Sunday to blame recent spikes in shootings and slashings on an “anti-police atmosphere” in New York City.

Accused Killer of NYPD Detective Converts to Islam, Refuses to Appear in Court on Fridays

April 4, 2016
The man accused of killing NYPD detective Randolph Holder in October refused to come to court Friday because he has become a Muslim in jail.

NYPD Draws Up Response Plan for Coordinated Terror Attack

March 29, 2016
The NYPD mapped out behind closed doors its plan for a coordinated attack on the Big Apple with multiple "active shooters," suicide bombers, and terrorists holding innocent people hostage Monday.

NYPD Review Board Charging Officers Even When No Complaints are Filed Against Them

March 28, 2016
New York City’s Civilian Complaint Review Board is now accusing highly decorated officers of misconduct—even when no complaints are filed against them, police sources say.

NYPD Hires Controversial Former Denver Officer to Head Training

March 28, 2016
A former Denver officer who has devoted her career to fostering stronger ties between police and minority communities will head up training for the NYPD, becoming the first black woman in that role in decades, officials said.

DA Recommends No Prison Time for Former NYPD Officer Convicted of Manslaughter in Stairwell Shooting

March 24, 2016
Brooklyn District Attorney Ken Thompson on Wednesday recommended that former NYPD Officer Peter Liang not be sentenced to prison for the fatal shooting of an unarmed man 16 months ago.

NYPD Counterterror Units on High Alert After Brussels Attacks

March 22, 2016
The NYPD immediately responded to the attacks in Belgium, not only activating its Critical and Strategic response unit, but also deploying additional counterterrorism teams to major landmarks, transit hubs, as well as other high-profile locations including the Belgian Consulate.

42-Year NYPD Veteran, Who Never Took Sick Day, Dies Days Before Retirement

March 22, 2016
Nearly 42 years on the job gave NYPD sergeant Francis “Buddy” Murnane the distinction of being the department’s oldest and longest-serving active officer.

Judge Rules Killer of Two NYPD Detectives Can't be Executed

March 17, 2016
A man on death row for killing two undercover New York City police officers cannot be executed because he meets the legal standard to be considered intellectually disabled, a federal judge ruled Tuesday.

NYPD Officers Unhappy and Feel Less Safe, Union Survey Shows

March 17, 2016
Roughly 87 percent of cops said the Big Apple has become “less safe” since the new administration took over at the beginning of 2014, with 55 percent of those respondents describing New York City as “a lot less safe.”

Video: NYPD Detective Shot at Brooklyn Drug Bust by Apparent "Friendly Fire"

March 9, 2016
Two suspects are in custody and one is still on the loose after a "friendly fire" incident during a narcotics operation that resulted in a NYPD narcotics officer being shot in Bushwick Tuesday night.

NYPD Detective Shot at Brooklyn Drug Bust by Apparent "Friendly Fire"

March 9, 2016
Two suspects are in custody and one is still on the loose after a "friendly fire" incident during a narcotics operation that resulted in a NYPD narcotics officer being shot in Bushwick Tuesday night. More Here.

NYPD Stops Arresting People for Minor Crimes in Manhattan

March 7, 2016
People who commit low-level crimes — like littering, public urination, taking up two subway seats or public consumption of alcohol — will no longer be subject to arrest in Manhattan starting Monday.

NYPD Officers Sprayed with Accelerant, Burned while Apprehending Murder Suspect

March 7, 2016
Two NYPD officers were sprayed with an accelerant and burned on Sunday night in the final moments of a manhunt for a 23-year-old who went on a violent spree earlier in the day, authorities say. More Here.
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