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Only 43% of NYPD Officers Vaccinated

An agency spokesman told The Post Wednesday afternoon 43 percent of its uniformed and civilian employees — or just over 23,000 of its total 54,000 workforce — have been vaccinated.

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NY Officer Catches People Jumping from Second Floor of Burning Home

Officer Mark Conklin can then be seen running to the burning home where he found “children and an adult trapped in the upstairs of the residence,” according to the Jamestown Police Department.

After Law Removes NYPD from Commercial Enforcement Illegal Vendors, Gambling Hustlers Take Over Retail Area of Bronx

The March 2021 law moved enforcement away from cops and handed it over to the city Department of Consumer Affairs and Worker Protection.

NYPD Officer Saves Stabbing Victim Using Potato Chip Bag and Tape

Body camera video released by the New York Police Department showed Officer Ronald Kennedy placing the bag over the man's wound described by emergency personnel as a "sucking chest wound."

Mount Vernon, NY, Police Vehicles Parked Over Unpaid Bills for Equipment and Parts

"We have bills going back to September, October, November. For car parts, tires that she has not paid," Mayor Shawyn Patterson-Howard said.

DoorDash Driver Could Face Charges for Tainting Officer's Food

In the video, the DoorDash delivery man can be seen sticking a note inside a Chipotle container with his bare hands, contaminating the meal. The note read "Hope that ---- taste good," giving the impression that the food might have been tampered with in other ways as well.

NYC Mayoral Nominee Changes Mind Says He Will Use COVID Money to Hire Police

After a White House meeting Monday, Eric Adams rejected President Biden’s plan that cities should use COVID money for law enforcement. Adams said Monday, “The first thing we need to do is to do an assessment of how we are using our police officers now. Far too many police officers are doing clerical duty.”

NYPD Officers Sue Over Attacks During Brooklyn Bridge Protest

Both officers are seeking unspecified damages for their injuries, which include “contusions, abrasions, soreness, sleeplessness and agitation, and significant pain and suffering,” according to their largely identical suits filed separately in Manhattan Supreme Court.

Buffalo Officer Leaves Hospital 1 Month After Pursuit Crash Left Him in Coma

Friday, more than a month since the accident, Officer Jonathan Negron was able to walk out of the hospital. A contingent of family, friends and fellow officers gathered at ECMC to applaud his recovery.

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NYPD Officer Removes Thousands of Bees from Times Square

"Nothing to BEE concerned about! Officer Mays from @nypdbees swiftly responded to a swarm of bees in Times Square today, and gently removed approximately 25,000 bees from the location before transporting them to a safe location," the NYPD said in a tweet on Tuesday.

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