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Five Ways the Economy Will Change Your Job

February 1, 2009

For those in law enforcement, the question becomes one of: How does all of this economic gloom affect me? To address this question, POLICE decided to look at five of the biggest economic threats facing law enforcement.

NYPD and Federal Marine Experts Search for Missing US Airways Engine in Hudson

January 20, 2009
Police harbor officers are using sonar-equipped boats and working with a sonar expert from the National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration as they search the area where the plane came down Thursday, near the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum. The NYPD is also monitoring the river from the air because sensitive equipment could be damaged by ice and must be removed if the river gets too icy.

NYPD Prepares for Times Square's Festivities

December 31, 2008
A phalanx of rookie cops - one day out of the Police Academy - will be out in force on New Year's Eve as police keep watch on the festivities in Times Square. And keeping watch over them - and just about everyone else - will be Sky Watch, the retractable NYPD tower that allows police to spot problems from blocks away.

NYPD Probe Eyes Cop Car Chase in Fatal Brooklyn Hit-Run

December 31, 2008
Stacey Blount, 45, of Brownsville, was mowed down Monday night by a stolen 2003 Ford van as its driver led police on a back-streets chase through her neighborhood, top brass confirmed.

N.Y. Police Nab Cop-Impersonating, Home-Invading Grinches

December 30, 2008
Nicholas Papaleo and Constantino Christo, both of Brooklyn, were tooling around in Whitestone, dressed as cops and bent on robbing a drug deal on the night before Christmas, police said. When they saw Robert Kapovic outside his well-kept home, they figured he might offer just as much bounty and a lot less resistance.

Mistrial Declared in Case Against Third Suspect in Timoshenko Murder

December 23, 2008
A mistrial was declared Monday in the case against the third suspect charged with killing Brooklyn police officer Russel Timoshenko.

Cop-Sodomy Accuser Michael Mineo Aims for $200 Million Suit

December 22, 2008

A tattoo worker who has accused three cops of sodomizing him in a Brooklyn subway station took the first step Friday toward suing the city for $200 million.

Man Found Guilty of Murder of NYPD Officer Russel Timoshenko

December 22, 2008
A jury convicted trigger man Dexter Bostic of murdering Officer Russel Timoshenko Friday night, ensuring he will rot in prison.

Robert Ellis Acquitted of Murdering NYPD Officer Russel Timoshenko

December 18, 2008
An ex-con accused of the cold-blooded slaying of Police Officer Russel Timoshenko in a Brooklyn traffic stop was cleared of murder Wednesday night - a verdict that drew outrage and bewilderment.

Three NYPD Officers Charged in Attack on Man in Subway Station

December 10, 2008
Three NYPD cops were charged today in the attack on a tattoo parlor worker who authorities say was sodomized with a baton at a Brooklyn subway station.

NYPD's Kelly Will Keep Crime Rate Down Despite Budget Cuts, Fewer Officers

December 4, 2008
The NYPD canceled its next police academy class of 1,067 rookie cops to save $36 million, Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly told the council's finance and public safety committees.

FBI Warns of Possible Holiday Terror Plot Against New York City Subways

November 26, 2008
Federal authorities are warning law enforcement personnel of a possible terror plot against the New York City subway system during the holiday season.

Sean Bell's Loved Ones Say 'Serious' Chance of Civil Rights Case

November 20, 2008
Sean Bell's family met with federal prosecutors Tuesday and came away believing the feds could press a civil rights case against cops who gunned down the unarmed groom-to-be.

Accused Cop Killer Laughs During New York Trial

November 13, 2008
The deeper and more disturbing mystery was how Bostic could find anything funny at all as he and his co-defendants stood accused of killing Police Officer Russel Timoshenko and wounding Det. Herman Yan.

Budget Shortfall Forces NYPD to Cancel January Recruit Class

November 6, 2008
The city is going to cut the work force by 3,000 - including some 500 layoffs - and cancel January's Police Academy class to deal with a two-year budget gap that has grown from $2.3 billion to $4 billion, an administration official said yesterday.

Harlem Gun Buyback Program Nets 744 Firearms

October 31, 2008
Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly said New Yorkers set a new record for guns surrendered in one day when they carted 744 revolvers, semiautomatic pistols, sawed-off shotguns, assault weapons and rifles into the houses of worship.

NYPD Dumps Barack Obama Campaign Ads from Website

October 3, 2008
The NYPD yanked a free news service from the department's internal Web site yesterday after cops and union leaders complained its ads promoted Sen. Barack Obama.

Four NYPD Officers Contract HIV On the Job

October 3, 2008
Four NYPD cops have contracted the deadly HIV virus in the line of duty and were granted disability pensions, the Daily News has learned.

NYPD Admits Error in Death of Disturbed Man

September 26, 2008
NYPD brass said yesterday that the two cops involved in the death of a nude, mentally unstable Brooklyn man who toppled from a ledge after being Tasered had apparently screwed up, and moved swiftly to sideline them.

Fed Grant Boosts NYPD Anti-Nuke Net

September 18, 2008
Two thousand New York City officers will carry GPS-outfitted radiation detectors as part of an effort to prevent a nuclear attack on the city. The equipment is part of a $29.5 million federal homeland security grant to the NYPD announced Tuesday.
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