NYPD Commissioner Bill Bratton
Bratton told a City Council committee Monday that he’s against a package of nine bills that would impose new regulations on the nation’s largest police department.
The head of the Patrolmen’s Benevolent Association on Tuesday issued sharp criticism of the city’s plan to reduce surging gun violence.
Hecklers disrupted hearings Thursday morning as Police Commissioner Bill Bratton talked budget with the City Council.
Out with the old and in with the new. Or, in this case, the young.
Police Commissioner Bill Bratton is behind a controversial proposal to grant amnesty to more than 1 million people with open warrants for low-level offenses. But some experts worry it could cause crime to skyrocket.
The rally will take place at 3:30 p.m. and be followed by a march to Foley Square at 5:30 p.m.
They are words you might not have expected to come out of Police Commissioner Bill Bratton’s mouth.
It was hard to get answers from Bratton on possible changes to his cherished “broken windows” policing, because the normally spotlight-loving commissioner scurried away from a public press conference.
It started small, with one woman screaming “It’s a lie!” in the direction of Commissioner Bratton as he started testifying about the NYPD budget.
The city is considering possible legal action against NYPD officers who aren’t writing enough tickets.
While there are many New Yorkers who have supported police officers’ act of defiance against Mayor Bill de Blasio, NYPD Commissioner Bill Bratton made it clear on Monday that he’s not one of them.
In the aftermath of the Ferguson protests, Commissioner Bill Bratton is stepping up to the plate in order to restore trust in the NYPD, following an accidental shooting, a chokehold death and other questionable incidents.
A frightening string of “lone wolf” terror attacks was the topic at NYPD headquarters on Thursday as a security summit was held to discuss how the war on ISIS might be felt here in the homeland.
Members of the New York City Council gathered at City Hall to voice their concerns over the direction of the NYPD in light of the sudden departure of Chief of Department Philip Banks III.
Mayor Bill de Blasio and NYPD Commissioner Bill Bratton took a swing on Sunday at media accounts portraying a fissure in their relationship following the resignation of Chief of Department Philip Banks III.