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Dozens of NYPD Officers Face Possible Charges, Discipline Over 2020 Unrest Response

The New York City Civilian Complaint Review Board received over 750 complaints concerning alleged NYPD officer conduct following the Black Lives Matter demonstrations during summer 2020, according to the agency. Only 313 complaints fell within the board's jurisdiction.

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NYPD Commissioner Praises Officers for Bringing Down Murder Rate

Police Commissioner Dermot Shea said the reduction in shootings and homicides “reflects the hard and often dangerous work of the men and women of the NYPD.”

NYPD Recruiters Focusing on LGBTQ Community

The NYPD will begin to publish more recruitment statistics. Along with available data about race, the department will offer a breakdown of members’ sexual identity and orientation. They will be one of the first police departments in the country to do so, and hope that it will motivate LGBTQIA+ individuals to apply.

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.

FBI Raids NYPD Sergeants' Union, Home of President

Investigators from the FBI descended on the office as part of an investigation into the union, which is headed union president Ed Mullins.

NY Post Reports Man Has been Arrested 57 Times This Year, Released Every Time

Issac Rodriguez has been arrested by the NYPD 57 times in the year 2021 and released every time due to the new bail laws.

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.

Mayor Pulling NYPD Officers Off Street to Replace Corrections Officers for Court Duty

Violent incidents in city jails spiked from 80 per month last year to 98 this year, 11 inmates have died so far this year.

Grand Jury Declines Indictment of Former NYPD Officer in State's First Police Chokehold Case

David Afanador was cleared of criminal strangulation charges Tuesday nearly 15 months after cell phone video went viral capturing the arrest of 35-year-old Ricky Bellevue on the Rockaway boardwalk on June 21, 2020.

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New York Trooper Sues Buffalo Over Injuries Suffered in 2020 Riot

The lawsuit is alleging that that the City of Buffalo violated numerous regulations, policies and procedures which resulted in Trooper Ensminger's injury.

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