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New York City Chokehold Law Reinstated by Appeals Court

The law, passed by the City Council in the wake of George Floyd’s in-custody death, made it possible for officers to be charged with a misdemeanor crime if they do anything during an arrest that restricts a person’s breathing “in any way.”

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"Shark Tank" Star Daymond John Offers to Help Family of Retired Officer Killed in Buffalo Shooting

The retired officer's son told the multi-millionaire that his father was a big fan of the show and of Daymond John.

Buffalo Police Praised, Slammed for Store Shooter Response

“The Buffalo Police responded in less than two minutes after this incident began,” Mayor Byron W. Brown said in an afternoon news conference. "If not for their swift response and courageous actions, more lives probably would have been lost yesterday.”

Retired Buffalo Officer Among Murdered Victims of Active Shooter, Killed Fighting Back

Retired Buffalo Officer Aaron Salter, 55, was the first to defend lives and engage the shooter when he entered the Tops market around 2:30 p.m. Saturday.

NYPD Officers Injured in Fiery Crash

Police say the officers were responding to a call in Dyker Heights when a BMW driver failed to yield at an intersection.

NYPD Officer Sliced by Knife, Suspect Shot in Coney Island

Police say the man continued to charge and that's when one of the officers fired four shots, striking the suspect in the leg and shoulder.

Mother of NYPD Officer Shot Dead After Answering Door

Anna Torres, 51, was shot twice by a gunman who drew her to the door of her two-story, single-family home in Ozone Park at about 2:30 p.m., police said.

Tunnel to Towers: Firefighter’s Legacy Helps Fallen Cops’ Families

The foundation’s Fallen First Responder Home Program was started following the December 2014 murders of NYPD Officers Wenjian Liu and Rafael Ramos. The two officers were sitting in their patrol car in Brooklyn when a gunman walked up and opened fire simply because they were wearing the uniform and badge.

NYC Mayor Asks Public to Send Him Photos of Officers on Phones, Union Says Phones were Issued for Police Work

“We are going to start taking very aggressive actions to make sure police are patrolling our subway system and and not patrolling their iPhones,” Mayor Adams said. “You are going to see a visual difference in policing in the next couple of weeks,”

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5 NY Officers Injured when Car Thieves Rammed Their Patrol SUVs

"My cops are getting hurt trying to recover your property that, if it was locked, we wouldn't be in this situation. I wouldn't have five cops that are out sick and maybe career ending injuries," Nassau Police Commissioner Patrick Ryder said.

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