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NYPD Commissioner Blasts Politicians for Handcuffing His Officers

“I think there is absolutely valid causes about what came out of Minneapolis … but I think that people are using that just cause to advance agendas and agendas that existed long before the incident happened,” Shea said.

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3 NYPD Officers Seriously Injured, Chief Suffers Broken Finger During Protester Attack

The officers were reportedly marching with community members protesting the city's unprecedented rise in gun violence. It appears they were attacked by anti-police counter protesters.

After Spike in Shootings Some Activists Want Disbanded NYPD Unit Back in Action

“What we’re saying out here clearly is that we need these police on the street. We need to have that anti-crime unit — a modernized version, with some monitoring to take place. But we need their intel so we can get these guns off the street,” community activist Tony Herbert said.

New York Civilians March to Show Support for Police

A crowd of hundreds of police supporters marched through neighborhood streets in the Staten Island borough of New York City on Saturday to show their support for the NYPD in response to anti-police protests taking place across the country.

New York Officer Rescues Fawn Trapped in Basement Window Well

An Officer with the West Seneca (NY) Police Department was caught on video as he pulled a baby deer to safety after it had become trapped in a window well over Independence Day weekend.

NYPD Overwhelmed by Officer Retirement Requests

“Apparently, the pension section is only taking a certain amount of people per day and I think they are backed up ’til late July, early August,” one cop said.

New York Bill Requiring Officers to Have Liability Insurance Under Consideration

A new piece of legislation under consideration in New York would require police officers to obtain personal liability insurance to cover civil lawsuits filed against them by people claiming to be victims of police misconduct.

Woman Attempts to Assault New York Officer with Fireworks

A woman reportedly attempted to assault an officer with the Canandaigua (NY) Police Department on Saturday night after she locked herself in a car, set off a large box of fireworks, then swung a knife at a police officer who tried to rescue her.

Off-Duty New York Officer Saves Young Girl from Drowning in Pool

An off-duty officer with the Clarkstown (NY) Police Department leaped into action when he saw a small girl in danger of drowning over the Independence Day weekend.

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Lawmakers Want to Strip Pensions from New York Officers with "Serious Complaints"

Two lawmakers in New York state have proposed a bill that would strip police officers of their state pension benefits if fired for issues involving “serious” misconduct.