Police To Focus On 125th Street In Harlem In Effort To Deal With HomelessnessIn an effort to tackle homelessness one street at a time, police Commissioner Bill Bratton announced Tuesday that the problem is most amplified in Harlem on 125th Street, and the NYPD will focus resources there.
New Yorkers Prepare For Congestion During Pope Francis' VisitTens of thousands of people are expected to see Pope Francis during his visit to New York City next week, and with that comes traffic congestion.
Bratton: Police Have Less Power Dealing With Homeless Than They Did Under GiulianiIn what some saw as a stunning admission Wednesday, police Commissioner Bill Bratton said getting the homeless off the streets is more difficult now than when Rudolph Giuliani was mayor.
CBS2 Demands Answers: Comm. Bratton Outlines Plan For Handling Homeless CrisisOne day after the mayor told CBS2 he is getting aggressive in ridding the streets of violent homeless people, CBS2 received exclusive details about the game plan from police Commissioner Bill Bratton.
CBS2 Exclusive: De Blasio Says Some Critics Worrying About Violent Crime Are 'Fearmongering'Mayor Bill de Blasio on Wednesday told CBS2 that critics concerned about surging murder rates are just “fearmongering” and blowing things out of proportion.
Bratton Says NYPD Struggles To Recruit Black OfficersPolice Commissioner Bill Bratton says the NYPD is struggling to find black officers, along with many other cities in the country.
Bratton Wants More Officers In City Budget; Cites Increased Terror ThreatNYPD Commissioner Bill Bratton has issued a call for more officers in the mayor’s budget.
Commissioner Bratton, Elected Officials Mark Denim Day With Rally Against Sexual ViolenceCommissioner Bratton said rape is too often not reported and urged victims to come forward.
CBS2 Exclusive: Sources Say Deal Reached To Decriminalize Minor Offenses In NYCMajor changes will indeed be coming to quality of life law enforcement in New York City, sources told CBS2 on Tuesday.
Mark-Viverito, Bratton Square Off Over 'Broken Windows' Policing PolicyDebates over the broken windows law enforcement policy are shaping up to be a battle between City Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito and police Commissioner Bill Bratton.
Bratton Opposes Decriminalizing Low-Level Offenses, But Says 'Broken Windows' Is EvolvingThe City Council earlier this week proposed decriminalizing low-level offenses, and on Friday, NYPD Commissioner Bill Bratton said he does not support such a move.
NYPD, MTA Working To Put New Security Measures In Place After Trio Climbs Triborough Bridge, Sources Tell CBS2Sources tell CBS2 the MTA and NYPD will put new security enhancements on the fast track after three people climbed to the top.