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NYPD Officer Shot Multiple Times, Saved by Vest

The officers got out of the car to investigate — at which time the man pulled “a firearm, turns on the officers and begins to shoot,” Shea said.

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NYPD Officer Rushed Wounded Child to Safety During Times Square Shooting

The fast-acting officer — a mom to a 6-month-old boy herself — recalled trying to reassure Skye Martinez's mother in the moments after the child was hit by gunfire.

NYPD Detective Suing Racial Justice Protester Over Anti-Asian Slurs

In a video of the confrontation during an "end Asian hate" protest, Terrell Harper, was just feet from Detective Vincent Cheung’s face as he cursed at him, punctuating his comments with racist stereotypes mocking Cheung, who is Chinese American

NYPD Ends Test of Robot Police Dog

Police officials said the robot's purpose was to take police officers out of harm's way and that it was actually cheaper than other robots already in use.

Editorial: Hate and Crime

A spike in anti-Asian crimes has many people calling for hate crime convictions, but the motives behind such attacks are often unclear.

Woman Charged with Killing NYPD Officer while DUI Recorded Anti-Police Podcast Hours Before

Jessica Beauvais, 32, had a blood-alcohol level twice the legal limit and was combative with police when she was captured after allegedly slamming into highway officer Anastasios Tsakos, 43, as he directed traffic on the Long Island Expressway around 2 a.m. Tuesday.

NYPD Officer Struck and Killed on Expressway, DUI Suspect in Custody

Officer Anastasios Tsakos was struck by a 2013 Volkswagen just before 2 a.m. Police said the driver, 32-year-old Jessica Beauvais, of Hempstead, NY, was intoxicated and had a suspended license.

Retired NYPD Captain Running for New York City Mayor

As a proud former police officer running for mayor with crime on the rise, Adams is often castigated for being out of step with the activist wing of a party whose vote he is seeking on June 22.

NYPD Agrees to Limit Use of LRAD Systems During Protests

“The NYPD has voluntarily agreed to ban the use of the LRAD’s alert tone going forward,” a city spokeswoman said. “The NYPD has found a path forward that satisfies both law enforcement needs and the plaintiffs’ concerns about the use of the LRAD.”

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NYPD Officers Attacked with Bleach and Firebomb During Traffic Incident

Lionel Virgile, of Bridgeport, Connecticut, faces a federal charge of arson with injury that carries a 7-to-40-year prison sentence.