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NYPD Officer Wounded in Wednesday Shooting Leaves Hospital

NYPD Officer Wounded in Wednesday Shooting Leaves Hospital

Officer Alejandra Jacobs, 23, was greeted by a hundred clapping fellow officers — and Mayor-elect Eric Adams — as she was wheeled out of St. Barnabas Hospital shortly before noon, wearing a Patrolmen’s Benevolent Association jacket.

November 26, 2021

Man Convicted of Stabbing Cop in 2008 Arrested in Assault on NYPD Officer, Freed Without Bail
Retired NYPD Captain Now Mayor-Elect of New York City

Retired NYPD Captain Now Mayor-Elect of New York City

Throughout the race, the 61-year-old Eric Adams made combating gun violence and improving public safety a main focus of his campaign, while also calling for cuts to the NYPD's budget and the shifting of some jobs to civilians that have been done by officers, which he says could save the city up to $500 million a year.

November 3, 2021

Long Island Agency Hiring 470 Officers, Wants NYPD Vaccine Objectors
80% of NYPD Officers Vaccinated, Mandate Takes Effect Monday

Judge Denies NYPD Union's Bid to Halt COVID Vaccine Mandate

The Police Benevolent Association, New York City's largest police union, had argued in their request for a temporary restraining order on Monday that the policy does not make clear potential exceptions for medical or religious reasons, and does not give unvaccinated officers sufficient time to apply for such exemptions.

October 28, 2021

NYPD Officer Who Saved Girl in Times Square Shooting Gives Girl's Family $3,000

NYPD Announces Open Enrollment for Police Officer Exam

The filing period is from October 6 through November 3. To sign up, simply click on the website www.NYPDrecruit.com. The new exam will be given beginning on December 15. There is no fee to take the exam.

October 5, 2021

FBI Raids NYPD Sergeants' Union, Home of President
New York Woman Writing Thank You Notes to Every NYPD Officer

New York Woman Writing Thank You Notes to Every NYPD Officer

The idea came to Coretta James, 49, after she volunteered with the FDNY to send thank-you cards to service members stationed overseas in Iraq and Afghanistan. When the troops started to return home, she decided to turn her pen and gratitude toward the NYPD.

September 28, 2021

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