Police Commissioner Bill Bratton
A gas explosion ripped through four buildings and ended up leveling three of them, leaving a total of 19 people injured in a bustling section of the East Village Thursday afternoon.
Police Commissioner Bill Bratton told reporters Thursday he feels optimistic the NYPD will be getting more cops in the next city budget.
Bratton Discusses Police Relations With African-American Community At Black History Month Breakfast In Queens
Bratton told the audience community relations have been improving, and progress can be shown in the city’s dropping crime rate, Dennis reported.
With his colleagues cheering, NYPD Chief Gerald Nelson walked out of Brooklyn North Headquarters in uniform for the final time Friday.
Nearly two months after two cops were murdered and some members of the Police Department turned their backs on him, Mayor Bill de Blasio is trying, again, to make amends.
The Patrolman’s Benevolent Association is thanking New Yorkers for their support as tensions remain high between rank-and-file officers and Mayor Bill de Blasio.
De Blasio, speaking at 1 Police Plaza, took reporters’ questions Monday for the first time in about two weeks.
Mayor Bill de Blasio aimed to clear the air with police unions after rancor brewed over the police officers’ shooting deaths and City Hall’s response to protests over police conduct.
Former Delta baggage handler, Eugene Harvey was arrested last weekend in Atlanta. A FBI affidavit said there was enough evidence to charge him with trafficking firearms, violating airport security and aiding others in the scheme.
Police Commissioner Bill Bratton said investigators are looking into how the gunman who killed two officers had money despite not appearing to have a job or a home.
Cardinal Timothy Dolan called the death of two police officers ambushed in their car “brutal and irrational” and expressed his solidarity and love for their fellow officers.
Allegations of abuse of force, abuse of authority, offensive language and discourtesy were all down, according to the data by the Civilian Complaint Review Board.
New York City is rolling out its pilot program that will equip police officers with body cameras.
The incident occurred around 2 p.m. Thursday at Jamaica Avenue and 162nd Street in Jamaica.
New York’s Finest are getting a new weapon in the war on crime: improved mobile communications.