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NYPD Reports More Than 1,000 Officers Testing Positive for COVID-19

More than 1,000 officers with the New York Police Department have reportedly contracted Coronavirus, also known as COVID-19.

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New York Officer Injured in Vehicle Crash Now Recovering at Hospital

An officer with the Riverhead Police Department who was badly injured in a vehicle crash during an active pursuit is now reportedly recovering in a hospital on Long Island.

New York Officer Seriously Injured in Pursuit Crash

he officer was one of several police units involved in the pursuit of a vehicle wanted in connection with an incident in Southold Town, Riverhead Police said.

NYPD Implements Policy to Protect Most Vulnerable Officers from COVID-19

Following the detective's death the NYPD is accommodating members with pre-existing medical conditions and pregnant members, according to a memo reviewed exclusively by NBC News.

New York Officer Wounded in Friday Night Domestic

The wounded officer, whose name has not yet been released by the department, was taken to Upstate University Hospital in Syracuse for treatment. He was released after treatment.

Crime Drops 25% in New York City During Coronavirus Shutdown

Each of the seven major crimes that determine the overall crime rate — murder, rape, robbery, felony assault, burglary, grand larceny and grand larceny auto — declined compared to the week before, according to NYPD statistics.

2,400 NYPD Personnel Have Called in Sick During Coronavirus Crisis

So far, 100 officers and 29 civilian members of the NYPD have tested positive for the virus.

70 NYPD Officers Have Confirmed Cases of Coronavirus

Police Commissioner Dermot Shea said 70 uniformed members of the NYPD and 28 civilians employees have tested positive for COVID-19. One person was released from the hospital Sunday while three remained hospitalized, according to Shea.

New York Corrections Officers Killed in Apparent Murder-Suicide During Standoff

The man abducted the woman, forcing her into his car. He then drove her to another residence. After a four-hour standoff in which Utica police, Oneida County sheriff’s deputies and state police tried to communicate with the man, police entered the residence and found the two dead, said Utica Lt. Bryan Coromato.

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Video: Man Attacks Unoccupied NYPD Squad Car

A man was seen on surveillance video attacking a New York Police Department patrol vehicle over the weekend.