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14 NYPD Officers Injured Rescuing Residents from Bronx Apartment Fire

At least 14 NYPD officers were injured while trying to rescue residents during a fire at a Bronx apartment late Tuesday.

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Man with History of Violence Against Police Released Following Arrest

Officers with the New York Police Department are unhappy that a man who in 1997 opened fired on police was quickly released after being re-arrested for drug and weapons violations.

Man Gets 40 Years for Shooting at NYPD Officers

According to charges, on Oct. 28, 2016, NYPD Lieutenant Melody Robinson and Police Officer Rafi Mashriqi were patrolling the Baisley Park Houses at around 9:30 p.m. when they saw Ethridge outside of the complex. Ethridge rushed into the building, aimed a firearm at the officers and pulled the trigger.

NYPD Officer Harassed by Dirt Bike Riders in Bronx

The reckless stunt, captured on video by one of the dirt bike riders, shows the officer surrounded by at least six dirt bikers at the BP station at Bruckner Boulevard and Edgewater Road on Sunday around 4:15 p.m.

5 Thoughts on Policing Alongside Anti-Police District Attorneys

Newsflash: The District Attorney is not your friend and never will be, despite the fact that on paper they are supposed to be your partners in putting criminals behind bars.

New York Village Pursuing Plans to Dissolve Police Department

The Village of Deposit, NY, is moving forward with plans to dissolve its police department due to budgetary constraints on the small town in Delaware County.

Bronx Woman Accused of Making 24,000 False 911 Calls

Police and firefighters had to respond to each of the woman's many false calls, taking services away from real victims with real emergencies, said Lt. John D’Amico of the NYPD’s Communications Division.

Widow of Slain Philly Officer Seeks to Remove DA from Mumia's Appeal

Maureen Faulkner—the widow of Philadelphia Police Officer Daniel Faulkner, who was murdered by Mumia Abu-Jamal during a traffic stop in 1981—says that Philadelphia District Attorney Larry Krasner's office should be disqualified from overseeing any appeals of that case.

Pennsylvania Jury Delivers Guilty Verdict on Man Accused of Killing Officer

A jury in Westmoreland County, PA, has determined that Rahmael Holt is guilty on all counts in the murder of Officer Brian Shaw of the New Kensington Police Department during an attempted traffic stop in 2017.

Pittsburgh Officer Injured in Vehicle Collision

An officer with the Pittsburgh (PA) Bureau of Police was injured on Sunday evening when a car collided head-on with his patrol vehicle.