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Newly Sworn-In NYPD Officer is Fourth Generation of Family to Wear Same Badge Number

July 3, 2017
Officer Ryan Donnellan, 21, was among the 408 people graduating from the Police Academy at Madison Square Garden, the New York Daily News reported. His father, Patrick Donnellan, 52; grandfather, Christopher Donnellan, 90; and uncle, Vincent Donnellan, 51, attended the ceremony to see the fourth generation be sworn in.

1 Dead, 6 Hurt in NYC Hospital Shooting

June 30, 2017
The gunfire broke out at 2:50 p.m. inside the Bronx Lebanon Hospital, drawing police cars and firetrucks to the scene and sending officers onto the roof with their guns drawn as people inside the building were told to hide.

Killer of 2 NYPD Officers Escapes Death Penalty for Second Time

June 27, 2017
His first death sentence was overturned by the Second U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals because of an improper prosecution argument. He was again sentenced to death by a jury in 2013, but that was overturned based on a new legal standard for retardation.

The Hybrid Patrol Car

June 15, 2017

Ford's all-new Police Responder Hybrid Sedan will be the first pursuit-rated hybrid vehicle and was designed for urban or local patrol work.

'Minor' Offenses Warrant Civil Summonses Under New NYPD Patrol Rules

June 13, 2017
The NYPD is directing officers to give out civil instead of criminal summonses, in most cases, for a series of minor offenses, according to guidelines issued Tuesday.

Legionnaires' Disease Bacteria Found in Water at Manhattan Police Station

June 12, 2017
Traces of the bacteria that cause Legionnaires' disease have been found in the water at a Manhattan police station where an officer who recently fell ill works, the police and health officials said on Sunday.

Russians Charged With Racketeering

June 9, 2017
Law enforcement agencies announced on Wednesday a litany of charges against 33 people — including 27 who were allegedly associated with a Russian crime syndicate. Authorities said the indictment represents one of the first federal racketeering charges ever brought against a vor v zakonei — a Russian phrase that translates roughly as "thief-in-law."

Animal Abuse Can Be Indicator of Interpersonal Violence, Experts Say

June 8, 2017
The intentional harming and killing of animals is often tied to violence against humans, and knowledge of this connection can be used to improve anti-cruelty and public safety efforts, according to experts from the ASPCA.

FLEOA Foundation Defends NYPD Sergeant Accused of Murder

June 5, 2017
The Federal Law Enforcement Officers Association (FLEOA) Foundation released the following statement in opposition to the murder charge the New York City Bronx District Attorney's (DA) Office brought against NYPD Sergeant Hugh Barry.

NYPD Officer Dragged by Car, in Critical Condition

June 5, 2017
An NYPD plainclothes officer was is in critical condition after being dragged by a car Saturday night while questioning people.

NYPD Sergeant Charged with Murder in Shooting of Emotionally Disturbed Woman

June 1, 2017
Sgt. Hugh Barry — who insists he did nothing wrong — has also been suspended from the NYPD, where he had been on modified duty since the shooting. He was in court in the Bronx to face murder charges on Wednesday.

Video: NYPD Sergeant Charged with Murder in Shooting of Emotionally Disturbed Woman

June 1, 2017
Sgt. Hugh Barry — who insists he did nothing wrong — has also been suspended from the NYPD, where he had been on modified duty since the shooting. He was in court in the Bronx to face murder charges on Wednesday.

Mother of 3 Serves as NYPD’s First Female Counter-Sniper

May 22, 2017
NYPD detective Tina Guerrero is a mother, wife, and counter-sniper dedicating her life to keeping the city safe.

Video: Mother of 3 Serves as NYPD’s First Female Counter-Sniper

May 22, 2017
NYPD detective Tina Guerrero is a mother, wife, and counter-sniper dedicating her life to keeping the city safe.

1 Dead, Several Injured as Car Hits Pedestrians in Times Square

May 18, 2017
One person was killed and at least a dozen were injured when a car struck pedestrians in New York’s Times Square on Thursday at about noon, according to the Fire Department.

Officers Monitoring Facebook Prevent Gang Shooting Outside NY Court

May 12, 2017
NYPD officers grabbed three gang members planning violence outside the courthouse on Joralemon St. in Brooklyn Heights on Wednesday after finding a Facebook Live video that showed they had a gun and planned to shoot members of a rival crew, police sources said.

NYPD on High-Alert After ISIS Magazine Calls for Terror Attacks

May 8, 2017
The NYPD put officers on high-alert Friday after ISIS released the latest issue of its propaganda magazine calling on home-grown terrorists to attack the West and kill hostages.

NY Man Dies Trying to Climb Down Bedsheets to Escape Police

April 19, 2017
A Brooklyn man who was wanted for the robbery of a livery driver died Tuesday while trying to escape police by trying to climb down bedsheets from the eleventh floor of an apartment building.

Daughter of Officer Killed on 9/11 Training to Join NYPD

April 14, 2017
Brittney Roy lost her father on 9/11. Now, more than 15 years later, she’s preparing to follow in his footsteps as an NYPD officer.

LAPD, NYPD Testing Pursuit-Rated Ford Hybrid Sedans

April 10, 2017
Law enforcement agencies in New York and Los Angeles will begin using a new pursuit-rated hybrid-electric police sedan that the automaker unveiled on April 10. Agencies can order the Police Responder Hybrid Sedan this spring, and Ford will begin delivering it next summer.
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