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18 Women Claim Brooklyn Cop Illegally Strip-Searched Them

September 24, 2010
Two of the women have filed federal suits against Detective Charles Derosalia, including Claudia Bova, who says he forced her to pull her pants down so he could photograph a below-the-navel tattoo with a cell phone camera.

NYPD Officer Suspended For Failing To Aid Girl In Asthma Attack

September 2, 2010
Officer Alfonso Mendez, 30, was flagged down in Brooklyn on Friday by Carmen Ojeda, who was trying to rush daughter Briana to a nearby hospital. After asking the officer to perform mouth-to-mouth on her daughter, Mendez reportedly said he didn't know CPR.

Harlem Shootout Suspect Arrested, Charged

August 16, 2010
Prosecutors say they haven't charged Alvarez with murder because witnesses who are officers have not yet agreed to waived immunity and testify in the case. Alvarez is being held with no bail because of an earlier charge involving his attempt to run over an officer with a vehicle.

NYPD Expands Defibrillator Program

August 16, 2010
Since starting to use defibrillators in 1997, NYPD officers have saved 54 people using them. Only 1 to 2 percent of people who suffer a cardiac arrest survive.

NYPD Officer Discusses Arrest Quotas

August 13, 2010

NYPD Officer Adil Polanco spoke with ABC News in March about what he says is intense pressure from his supervisors to meet citation and arrest quotas to keep crime stats low.

Wound Expert Says NYPD's Firepower In Harlem Was Sufficient

August 12, 2010
All officers were carrying one of the NYPD's approved on-duty 9mm handguns and fired Speer Gold Dot, 124-grain hollow-point bullets, Sgt. Kevin Hayes told POLICE Magazine. Officers carry magazines with a 15+1 capacity.

9mm NYPD Round Killed Instigator of Harlem Brawl

August 10, 2010
Luis Soto, the 21-year-old involved in the fistfight that triggered a weekend melee at a Harlem block-party barbecue, was killed by a 9mm round fired from a NYPD officer.

Two NYPD Officers Shot In Harlem Gunfight at 500-Person Barbecue

August 8, 2010
Angel Alvarez, 23, shot an killed 21-year-old Luis Soto, then exchanged fire with at least five officers. Alvarez fired at least four rounds, and Officer Michael Tadeschi was likely struck by a friendly fire round that deflected after striking his ballistic vest.

Punch-and-Run Attacker Injures NYPD Officer

August 5, 2010
An NYPD officer was severely injured earlier this week by a man who reportedly blindsided him with a punch to the face.

NYPD Warned of Poison Gas Hazards at 'Detergent Suicide' Scenes

August 3, 2010
The deadly concoction produces hydrogen sulfide, a colorless flammable compound that smells like rotten eggs. It paralyzes the nervous system and kills in only a few breaths.

NYC Pays $7 Million To Settle Federal Suit In Sean Bell Shooting

July 28, 2010
The city will pay $3.25 million to the children of Bell's fiance Nicole and $3.9 million to two of Bell's friends who were injured in the shooting. Joseph Guzman will receive $3 million and Trent Benefield will receive $900,000.

NYPD Will Continue Stop-and-Frisk Intel Records, on Paper

July 22, 2010
NYPD officers can no longer keep a giant electronic library of everyone they stop on the street - but officers can still collect names the old-fashioned way on paper, a new NYPD memo says.

Gov. Paterson Signs Law Forcing NYPD to Erase "Stop and Frisk" Database

July 16, 2010
Gov. Paterson Friday signed into law the controversial stop and frisk legislation that forces the NYPD to delete the names of people questioned - but not arrested - from its electronic database.

Reputed Mob Boss Charged with 1997 Cop Killing

July 15, 2010
Former Colombo crime boss Thomas (Tommy Shots) Gioeli, 57, passed on the order from then-consigliere Joel (Joe Waverly) Cacace to underlings to gun down the cop because he had married Cacace's ex-wife, the feds say.

No Jail Time for Former NYPD Officer Who Lied About Bicyclist Confrontation

July 14, 2010
Patrick Pogan had been facing up to four years in prison. The officer won't be allowed to rejoin the department, because he's been convicted of a felony.

NYPD Officer Saves His Sergeant's Life by Defying Her Orders

July 7, 2010
NYPD Officer James Atkins disobeyed a direct order from his sergeant - and it saved her life. Sgt. Grevirlene Kersellius, 42, was recovering from a brain aneurysm at Roosevelt Hospital on Tuesday, her prognosis good, because Atkins insisted on rushing her to the hospital when she complained of a bad headache.

Widows Traumatized Twice By N.Y. Cop Killer's Appeal

July 1, 2010
After the death penalty was imposed and he was being led from a courtroom for what seemed the last time, Ronell Wilson turned to the grieving loved ones of the two detectives he had murdered in coldest blood. This loathsome mutt made the only gesture of contempt he could manage in handcuffs. He stuck out his tongue.

Four of NYC's Finest Honored at Tony Awards

June 14, 2010
NYPD's Jason Mandra, Don Schroeder, Andy Lopez, and Bekim Kalicovic were among the Tony honorees on Sunday when the annual theater awards were presented.

Officer Who Made Case Against Suspected N.J. Terrorists Part of NYPD's Secret Unit

June 8, 2010
The young police officer credited with making the case against two New Jersey men nabbed on their way to Somalia to wage violent jihad is the latest example of the department's use of a special cadre of undercover officers to observe - and infiltrate - extremist groups in the Muslim community.

NYPD Undercover Officer's Investigation Resulted In Arrests of NJ Jihadists

June 6, 2010
The lengthy investigation of an undercover New York Police Department officer produced recorded conversations that led to the arrests Saturday of two New Jersey men who plotted to kill American soldiers.
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