Bill Bratton

NYPD To Step Up Patrols In Subway, Begin Waking Up Sleeping StraphangersThe search continues for a suspect accused of targeting straphangers as the NYPD is warning riders about the danger of dozing off on the subway.
Latest Slashing Has Riders Terrified, As Bratton Insists Subways Are SafeWhile it seems there has been an uptick in slashing incidents, particularly on the subway, Commissioner Bratton downplayed the issue on a radio show Monday.
Random Slashings Have Some New Yorkers Living In FearChilling proof is on surveillance camera footage that slashing suspects include those who are well-dressed, who strike without warning.
Bratton On Slashings Around New York City: 'We're Making Quick Arrests'Subway stabbing/slashings are up 14.86 percent for the month of January, according to police.
Bratton Stands Up To Critics Ahead Of State Of NYPD AddressNew York City Police Commissioner Bill Bratton will deliver his state of the NYPD address Wednesday morning.
Police: Officer Was Wounded By Friendly Fire In Bronx ShootoutChristopher Rice faces charges of assault on a police officer, menacing and criminal possession in the shooting of Officer Sherrod Stuart, police said.
NYPD Officer Shot In Ankle After Responding To Large Fight In The BronxNew York City Police Commissioner William Bratton said 25-year-old Officer Sherrod Stuart was shot in the ankle early Saturday morning, the day of his fourth anniversary with the department.
Bratton: Police-Fired Shots Hit Record Low In 2015Bratton said the city's 35,000 cops fired their guns 65 times. "That's a phenomenal record," he said.
Bratton On Kelly's Crime Stat Allegations: He's 'Engaging In Politics'"As you know, the first casualty of politics is usually the truth," Bratton said. " ... I stand by my crime statistics because they are factual."
3 Brothers Graduate Together From NYPD AcademyA total of 1,123 new police officers graduated on Tuesday – among them three brothers who make up a real-life family of blue bloods.
NYPD: Times Square Will Be 'Safest Place In The World' On New Year's EvePolice Commissioner Bill Bratton said there will be around 6,000 officers stationed in Times Square on New Years Eve, with hundreds officers equipped with counterterrorism training.
Mayor De Blasio Defends Crime Stats, Extols Paid Parental Leave ProgramMayor Bill de Blasio spoke with WCBS 880 and 1010 WINS Wednesday morning.

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