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New York Officers Rescue Residents from Burning Building

Officers with the New Rochelle (NY) Police Department are being lauded for their heroic rescue of residents trapped inside a building fully engulfed in flames.

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Officer Placed on Leave After Social Media Video Shows Him Shoving Person

The officer—whose name has not been released—was captured on mobile phone video approaching an individual who had been causing a disturbance.

NYPD Changing Shift Schedule to Deal With Violence, Protests, COVID-19

Police Commissioner Dermot Shea ordered two-thirds of all cops under the rank of captain who have off both Saturdays and Sundays to switch their shifts.

New York Officer Suspended After Weapons Stolen from Personal Vehicle

An officer with the Buffalo Police Department has been suspended without pay after a department-issued gun, personal rifles, ammunition and other weapons were stolen from his personal vehicle.

NYPD Union Endorses Trump

Trump was formally endorsed by the union during the event at his New Jersey golf course, where PBA President Pat Lynch said it was the first time he could recall the group ever endorsed a president.

6-Year-Old Girl Delivers Gifts to Rural NY Police Department

Officers with the Bath (NY) Police Department were visited by a six-year-old girl who wanted to give thanks to them for their service to the community, and give to them some tokens of appreciation she made by hand.

NY Police Unions Sue Over City's New Use-of-Force Law

The “diaphragm clause” of the law — which allows for DAs to bring a misdemeanor charge if an officer uses any move during an arrest that could limit breathing — “stands to criminalize the lawful use of force, (and) threatens both police and public safety,” the lawsuit reads.

New York Artist Ordered to Remove Blue Line Painted on Roadway

An artist and activist who is a supporter of law enforcement officers recently painted a blue line in front of a police precinct house on Staten Island in New York. Now he's been told by city attorneys representing the Department of Transportation that he must remove the paint and restore the pavement to its original condition.

ProPublica Publishes NYPD Discipline Records Online

The non-profit news organization ProPublica obtained and then published in an online database the disciplinary records of nearly 4,000 officers with the New York Police department.

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NYPD Chief to Command Staff at Meeting: "We Can't be Afraid" of New Force Law

Chief Terence Monahan was referencing officer hesitation caused by the city's new law that criminalizes even accidentally kneeling or sitting on a subject.