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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.

The State of American Law Enforcement - Stopping the Next 9/11

September 1, 2008

Experts say you deserve praise for being willing to withstand ridicule and even let bad guys win in court to prevent attacks. "If you ask me what law enforcement has done best since 9/11 is that they are stopping these plots in the beginning stages before they go operational," says E.J. Kimball, managing director of terrorism expert Steven Emerson's Investigative Project on Terrorism.

Woman Swipes NYPD Van, Crashes

August 21, 2008
A drunken woman unhappy with the service she received at a Manhattan police station stole an NYPD van Wednesday night and crashed it into two vehicles, police said.

NYPD to Institute Random Steroid Testing of Officers

April 10, 2008
The NYPD will begin random steroid testing starting July 1, police brass said Wednesday.

Shotguns Find Favor with New York City Criminals

February 29, 2008
Federal authorities report that shotguns are now one of the favorite weapons of criminals operating in New York City. It's the first time in seven years that shotguns have been so prevalent in Big Apple crime circles.

Former DEA Agents Sue Producers of 'American Gangster'

January 24, 2008
Three former Drug Enforcement Administration agents have filed suit against the producers of the movie "American Gangster," saying that the film made them into criminals and did not truthfully show their role in the arrest and prosecution of infamous Harlem drug dealer Frank Lucas.

NYPD Officers Kill Man on FBI's Most Wanted List

January 3, 2008
Brooklyn narcotics officers shot and killed a man Tuesday who was a fugitive on the FBI's Most Wanted list wanted in connection with the shooting of a cop.

The State of American Law Enforcement - The Thinning Blue Line

January 1, 2008

America is running short of cops. There aren't enough to go around. And it won't be long until a shortage becomes a full-fledged crisis.

NYPD Academy Graduates More Than 900 Officers

December 28, 2007
More than 900 new NYPD officer graduated from the Police Academy this week at a ceremony in Madison Square Garden.

Inside the NYPD Bomb Squad

September 1, 2007

POLICE Magazine is proud to offer you this excerpt from "Bomb Squad," a book that answers the age-old question: Why would any right-thinking cop want to come face to face with a bomb?

Portable First Aid

July 1, 2007

When the Secret Service asked Dr. Maurizio Miglietta to develop a kit its protective agents could carry to help them treat wounds, he created a compact bag of items he'd want on hand to treat injuries in an emergency. Now he's made the extremely portable vacuum-packed pouch available to law enforcement officers.

Segway Announces NYPD Purchase of Segway Personal Transporters

May 24, 2007
Segway recently announced that the New York City Police Department has purchased a fleet of 10 Segway Personal Transporters (PTs) that it plans to deploy on patrols in city parks this summer. The use of the Segway i2 Police units will help the department increase patrol coverage in park environments, improve emergency response times by patrol officers, and reduce pollution.

Where Do We Get Such Men?

April 1, 2007

You may not recognize the names of Yevgeniy "Eugene" Marshalik, 19, and Nicholas Todd Pekearo, 28. But you should. These young men are true heroes who upheld the greatest traditions of the New York Police Department, and they weren't even "real cops."

NYPD to Equip Volunteers with Ballistic Vests

March 29, 2007
In the wake of the fatal shootings of two NYPD volunteers earlier this month, New York City is planning to spend $3.3 million to equip its auxiliary officers with ballistic vests.

The Forgotten Casualties

September 1, 2006

Five years later many cops are still recovering from wounds and injuries they suffered on 9/11.

NAPO Hands Out Top Cops Awards

May 25, 2006
Held on May 12 during National Police Week, this year’s Top Cops awards ceremony honored law enforcement officers from Alabama, California, Illinois, Kentucky, Massachusetts, Michigan, New York, North Carolina and Virginia, Rhode Island, and Tennessee who went above and beyond the call of duty.

Cutting Car Costs

April 1, 2005

Keeping fleet operating costs under control is a top priority of police fleet managers, given the realities of budget shortfalls; however, with the 24/7 nature of patrol duty and other assignments, cutting operating costs can be a tall order. POLICE magazine spoke with fleet managers from large agencies throughout the country to find out how they do it.

What Goes Around, Comes Around

March 1, 2005

Back when I was working patrol for the New York Police Department, Sgt. Torre handed my partner and me a business index card to complete for a new bank on Queens Boulevard. It was a weekday, so we drove by the new bank when we turned out. The bank was small with two sets of revolving doors instead of the doors you push open.

First NYPD Recruits Since 9/11

July 9, 2002
The mayor and police commissioner of New York City have sworn in the first class of NYPD recruits since Sept. 11, charging them with the difficult task of fighting everything from low-level crime to international terrorism.

Commissioner to Transfer At Least 15 NYC Command Leaders

December 5, 2001
NEW YORK -- Following a month of increasing shootings in New York City, Police Commissioner Bernard B. Kerik will transfer the leaders of at least 15 police commands.
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