Police on Friday were asking the public to help them find a suspect who allegedly groped two women in southern Brooklyn.
Bratton: NYPD Following Developments In UK ‘Closely’ After Britain Raises Terror Threat Level To Severe
Police Commissioner Bill Bratton says the NYPD is “following developments in the U.K. closely” after Britain raised its terror threat level Friday, meaning that a terrorist attack is considered highly likely.
Police Commissioner Bill Bratton said Thursday that he absolutely wants to rebut the terror the news media has created about crime.
The city is continuing to beef up security on the Brooklyn Bridge following two high-profile security breaches.
Police Commissioner Bill Bratton has promised that all 35,000 NYPD officers will be retrained and the city council will ask him about the regiment at a September 8 hearing.
The New York City Council will hold oversight hearings next month on a police department review of its training procedures, in the wake of the chokehold death of Eric Garner in police custody on Staten Island, The Associated Press has learned.
Fifty-six percent of black respondents said they support “broken windows,” while 61 percent of white New Yorkers surveyed said they back it.
It happened around 11 p.m. Tuesday when a team of marshals and NYPD officers tried to arrest Oswald Lewis at an apartment in Springfield Gardens.
Police are looking for a man who they said groped two women as they walked from a Brooklyn subway station.
Police said the boy was walking home when he was stopped by the four teens.
An NYPD officer was being hailed as a hero Tuesday, credited with saving the life of a 2-month-old girl in a Bronx apartment.
Police Monday evening pulled men from the water after they jumped into the East River offshore from Long Island City, Queens, along with a third person who jumped in to rescue them himself.
According to authorities, 25-year-old David Evanson entered the female victim’s apartment through a window.
Sgt. Michael Dario and Officer Elias Khan responded to a 911 call about a baby having difficulty breathing Sunday night at a home on 74th Avenue in Bensonhurst.
The event, dubbed “We Will Not Go Back,” began around 12 p.m. at 204 Bay St. across from Tompkinsville Park in Staten Island, where 43-year-old Garner was killed.