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NYPD Cop: Positive Cocaine Test Caused by Coca Tea

February 19, 2011
Alvaro Casado was fired by the NYPD in March. He challenged his termination, saying he likely tested positive because he drank Mate de Coca tea his girlfriend's mother gave him after he was in a car accident.

Philly Police Saddle Up Mounted Unit

February 17, 2011
Philadelphia faces mighty obstacles to buck the trend of disbanding horse patrol — constructing or renting stables; reacquiring equipment, including leather goods; training officers; purchasing special vehicles; and funding the unit in hard budgetary times.

NYPD Adds Rumbler Siren To Cruisers

February 17, 2011
The Rumbler senses the primary siren tone signal and reduces the signal's frequency by 75 percent. It then amplifies the sound through two subwoofers.

NYPD Cop Tackles Rampage Suspect On Train, Carjacking Details Emerge

February 12, 2011
NYPD Officer Terrance Howard grabbed Maksim Gelman, 23, after he hopped off the No. 2 train shortly before the Times Square station and crossed the tracks to board an uptown No. 3 train. On Monday, details emerged about how Gelman carjacked two men with a knife.

Subject's Father Accidentally Shot During NYPD Narco Raid

January 22, 2011
Officer Andrew McCormack, 37, fired one shot while executing a search warrant at 7 a.m. for the arrest of Albert Colon, 41. The round struck Jose Colon, the 76-year-old father of the subject. He is expected to fully recover.

NYPD Cops Should Have Ducked for Cover, Attorney Says

January 13, 2011
Officers Dawn Ortiz and India Archie were cleared of wrongdoing in 2008 by a police firearms review board soon after the shooting. However, Rita Bieniewicz, a prosecutor in the legal bureau, laid out the tougher disciplinary case against the cops in detail last week in an internal document.

Parole Board Considers Releasing NYPD Sgt.'s Killer

January 3, 2011
Father Michael Levine, a retired DEA agent who now teaches police and lectures on undercover tactics and informant handling, has been active in raising awareness of the hearing and encouraging fellow LEOs to oppose Alston's release.

Obama Signs 9/11 Health Bill

January 3, 2011
Obama took time out of his Hawaiian vacation on Sunday to sign the law that provides $4.3 billion in health benefits to the first responders, including NYPD officers, of the 9/11 attacks.

First Responders Cheer Passage of 9/11 Health Bill

December 23, 2010
New York police and fire responders who developed health ailments as a result of their exposure to the toxic fumes, dust and smoke of ground zero lauded the passage of the 9/11 health bill once named for an NYPD detective.

NYPD Exercise Simulates Mumbai-Style Attack

December 21, 2010
During the Dec. 3 simulation, a team of terrorists unleashed a coordinated series of bombings and gun attacks around the city. At one point, terrorists attacked New York police officials visiting wounded officers in a hospital.

Two NYPD Recruits Receive Special Shields

December 20, 2010
The sons of two NYPD officers received the shields that had been worn by Police Commissioner Raymond W. Kelly and ESU Officer Stephen Driscoll, who died in the 9/11 World Trade Center attacks.

Injured NY Cop Cheered As He Leaves Hospital

December 17, 2010
Bagpipes serenaded NYPD Officer Ricardo Ramirez as he carefully walked out of a Manhattan hospital Friday morning, about two months after he was shot in the stairwell of a Brooklyn apartment.

Jury Convicts NYPD Officer Who Led Purfume Heist

December 16, 2010
The jury found 29-year-old officer Kelvin L. Jones guilty of conspiracy to obstruct interstate commence by armed robbery, armed robbery, possession of a firearm in furtherance of a crime of violence and conspiracy to transport stolen goods across state lines.

Cops Arrest Suspect Who Shot Off-Duty NYPD Detective In Buttocks

December 14, 2010
Samuel Ventura, 20, has been arrested in Connecticut for allegedly firing a round into a New York Police detective's buttocks, after the officer attempted to play peacekeeping during a fender bender.

NYPD, Clergy Purchase Guns In Brooklyn

December 14, 2010
The NYPD partnered with Brooklyn clergy to purchase 174 firearms in a six-hour period during its Cash for Guns event. During the Sunday event, the Coalition to Reduce Violent Crime handed out $200 gift cards to purchase the firearms.

Off-Duty NY Cop Shot Outside Bronx Restaurant

December 13, 2010
The officer, who hasn't been identified, is expected to fully recover. The shooting occurred after an argument between the officer and a man in the passenger seat of a Chevrolet Caprice.

NYPD Boss: 3,000 Cameras Will Help Secure World Trade Center

December 6, 2010
Addressing concerns that security measures on the project would be "Draconian," Kelly wrote that he would make no apologies for the measures because the site "remains a prime target of our enemies."

NYPD Cuts Officer Holiday Work

December 6, 2010
Officers who have obtained approval for "working" vacation shifts won't be affected. The move is estimated to save $4.1 million annually.

9/11 Health Bill Backers Unveil NYC Badge Display

November 30, 2010
Supporters of a health-care bill to aid first-responders unveiled a public display on Capitol Hill of the badges of 29 first-responders who have died as a result of inhalation-related illnesses.

NYPD to Deploy Electric Stand-Up Vehicles

November 26, 2010
The New York Police Department will be utilizing six T3 Series Electric Stand-up Vehicles from T3 Motion, Inc., part of a multi-unit purchase order shipped recently. The units will enable the department to increase patrol capabilities, especially in subways and crowded areas.
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