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Video: Israel's Prime Minister Walks Streets of New York City, Thanks Police

September 21, 2017
Israel's Prime Minister Bibi Netanyahu was in New York City this week to speak at the United Nations, and while in town, he chatted with New Yorkers on the street and shook hands with NYPD officers.

Israel's Prime Minister Walks Streets of New York City, Thanks Police

September 21, 2017
Israel's Prime Minister Bibi Netanyahu was in New York City this week to speak at the United Nations, and while in town, he chatted with New Yorkers on the street and shook hands with NYPD officers. More Here.

Fentanyl Bust Was Largest In NYC History, Officials Say

September 20, 2017
Two combined federal and local narcotics investigations in recent weeks netted the largest haul of the deadly synthetic opioid fentanyl in New York City history, disrupting what officials said Monday were retail drug operations trafficking throughout the metropolitan area.

Part-Time NY Police Station Targeted by Gunfire

September 19, 2017
The shatterproof windows of the new Syracuse police substation at Skiddy Park are covered with dents and cracks from gunshots. The number of bullet marks has multiplied to more than three dozen since the station opened in June.

Man Charged With Attempted Murder for Stabbing NY Officer

September 18, 2017
When Officer Amber Grosch, age 26, opened a door, she found the suspect, 47-year-old Leon Roach, with a knife. Investigators say Roach came at Officer Grosch with the knife, stabbing her in the chest.

NYPD Union Wants Professor Fired Over “Dead Cops” Tweet

September 15, 2017
Professor Michael Isaacson, a self-proclaimed member of the Antifa movement who works in the economics department at the CUNY Manhattan college, tweeted from the account @VulgarEconomics: “Some of ya’ll might think it sucks being an anti-fascist teaching at John Jay College but I think it’s a privilege to teach future dead cops” on Aug. 23.

Video: NYPD Releases First Body Cam Footage of Officer-Involved Shooting

September 15, 2017
The NYPD on Thursday released its first-ever bodycam footage of a police-involved shooting — and it includes an officer warning the man “You are seconds away from getting shot” just before killing him.

NYPD Releases First Body Cam Footage of Officer-Involved Shooting

September 15, 2017
The NYPD on Thursday released its first-ever bodycam footage of a police-involved shooting — and it includes an officer warning the man “You are seconds away from getting shot” just before killing him. More Here.

Video: Maine Officer Stuck by Suspect's Bloody Heroin Needle

September 14, 2017
A traffic stop for a speeding ticket escalated quickly in Wiscasset, Maine, this weekend, and ended with assault charges and an officer in the hospital when the officer was stuck with a used heroin needle.

Maine Officer Stuck by Suspect's Bloody Heroin Needle

September 14, 2017
A traffic stop for a speeding ticket escalated quickly in Wiscasset, Maine, this weekend, and ended with assault charges and an officer in the hospital when the officer was stuck with a used heroin needle. More Here.

Video: NY Deputy With Cancer Urges People to Donate Blood

September 12, 2017
Deputy Andrew Gravelle of the Saratoga County (NY) Sheriff's Office, who is fighting cancer, is urging people to donate blood to help people like him who may need blood transfusions.

NY Deputy With Cancer Urges People to Donate Blood

September 12, 2017
Deputy Andrew Gravelle of the Saratoga County (NY) Sheriff's Office, who is fighting cancer, is urging people to donate blood to help people like him who may need blood transfusions. More Here.

NYPD Captain Recalls Being Recruit Responding to 9/11

September 11, 2017
That first night I worked all night: 17 hours, maybe. It looked like it was snowing with the dust and soot gathering on our hats, and we’d brush each other off regularly. Whenever I had a break I’d wash my face and put water in my hair, just to get the grey out of it. I coughed a lot.

JW Fishers ROVs Used by Agencies Throughout New York

September 8, 2017
JW Fishers supports New York public safety agencies' missions by supplying them with the Remote Operated Vehicles (ROVs) needed to successfully examine the many waterways throughout the state.

New York to get $26M to Pay for Securing Trump Tower

September 7, 2017
New York state is getting nearly $26 million in federal funds to reimburse law enforcement agencies for costs associated with guarding President Donald Trump, his family, and their Manhattan residence.

Video: Banner Calling for “More Dead Cops” Hung from NY Overpass

September 6, 2017
A banner hung on an Albany, NY, overpass Sunday called for “More Dead Cops” and bore the encircled “A” symbol used by anarchists.

Banner Calling for “More Dead Cops” Hung from NY Overpass

September 6, 2017
A banner hung on an Albany, NY, overpass Sunday called for “More Dead Cops” and bore the encircled “A” symbol used by anarchists. More Here.

CT Officer Dies After Barricading Himself in Hotel

September 5, 2017
A Danbury, CT, police sergeant killed himself following a barricade situation at a Southbury hotel on Sunday.

8 NYPD Officers Sickened by Toxic Fumes at Suspected Drug Lab

September 1, 2017
Eight New York Police Department officers were taken to the hospital early Friday after entering an alleged drug lab in Queens and inhaling fumes believed to have been from a highly toxic synthetic opioid.

NYPD Officer Accidentally Shoots U.S. Marshal while Firing at Dog

August 31, 2017
An officer with the U.S. Marshals Services is in stable condition after he was accidentally shot by an NYPD officer during an early morning raid in Greenville, authorities said.
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