Raymond Kelly

Police Commissioner (Photo by Andrew Burton/Getty Images)

Manhattan College Dedicates Building In Former Top Cop Ray Kelly’s Name

Students can now enjoy a state-of-the-art fitness center, a full service Starbucks, new meeting rooms and offices under the name Raymond Kelly.


Tighter security is seen at Penn Station after Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced an increase in police presence in New York City transportation hubs due to the threat of terrorism. (Credit: CBS 2)

Bratton, De Blasio Reassure New Yorkers They’re Safe Following Alleged ISIS Subway Terror Plot

Iraq’s prime minister says his country’s intelligence operation has uncovered a plot for an attack on subway systems in the United States and Paris.


Prescription painkillers (file/credit: CBS 2)

NYPD Looks To Use GPS-Equipped ‘Bait Bottles’ To Combat Pill Bandits

The NYPD believes the strategy could help investigators track stolen drugs and locate suspects.


President Barack Obama speaks with New York City Police Sergeant Stephanie Moses after laying a wreath at the 9/11 Memorial at Ground Zero May 5, 2011. (credit: Stan Honda/AFP/Getty Images)

Police Commissioner Kelly Mourns Loss Of Sgt. Stephanie Moses, ‘The Face Of The NYPD’

Sgt. Stephanie Moses “epitomized professionalism in her appearance, conduct and dedication to duty,” Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly said in a statement.


Victims Heriberto Suazo (L) and Amaury Rodriguez (credit: Yonkers Police/Department Of Corrections)

Suspect Arrested In Connection With Triple Homicide Near Columbia University

Police said that they have recovered the gun used in the killings. Additionally, they said that they have found DNA linking the suspect to the shootings.


New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg (file / credit: Edward Reed / Mayor's Office)

Attorney General’s Office Reviewing NYPD’s ‘Stop-And-Frisk’ Tactic

A published report says the state Attorney General’s Office is reviewing the New York Police Department’s “stop and frisk” tactic that has drawn criticism from civil liberties advocates.


West Indian American Day Parade in 2010. (credit: CBS 2)

Kelly: NYPD Cops’ Facebook Rant On West Indian Day Parade ‘Unacceptable’

Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly says internal affairs now believes at least 20 offensive Facebook comments about the city’s annual West Indian Day Parade could have been made by NYPD officers.



Lawyer For Woman Pepper Sprayed At Occupy Wall Street March Demands Charges Against NYPD Official

Deputy Inspector Anthony Bologna is said to be the officer who used pepper spray on women who were already cordoned off by a mesh barrier in Union Square.


Some of the weapons and cash police say they seized in the operation. (credit: CBS 2)

More Than 100 Arrests In Queens Identity Theft, Counterfeit Credit Card Ring

The take down of an identity theft and counterfeit credit card ring based in South Ozone Park is described as the largest of its kind in the nation, with 110 defendants under arrest after a two-year probe.


Protestors end their march at Police Headquarters, Friday, Sept. 30, 2011. (credit: (AP Photo/ Louis Lanzano)

Police Arrest Hundreds Of ‘Occupy Wall Street’ Protesters On Brooklyn Bridge

The Brooklyn-bound lanes of the Brooklyn Bridge were shut down for hours after participants of “Occupy Wall Street” took their demonstration right on to the car lanes Saturday.



Police Arrest Oneil Dasilva, Suspect In Bronx House Party Shooting That Left 8 Injured

Investigators say the 17-year-old opened fire at a party on East 221st Street, hitting eight people.


Police search for kayaker (credit: CBS 2)

Bloomberg: Death Of Police Officer Patrick Luca A ‘Tragic Loss’ For NYC

The Coast Guard said the body of 41-year-old Patrick Luca was found by a passing boater around noon Saturday about a mile west of the spot where he was last seen.


NYPD gun buyback (credit: NYPD)

NYPD Collects 354 Weapons In Bronx Gun Buyback

Police say 354 guns including an Uzi submachine gun and four AK-47-style assault rifles were turned in during a one-day gun buyback program in the Bronx.


NYC parking ticket

NYPD Forming Unit To Deal With Ticket-Fix Claims

Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly says the special unit will track court cases to ensure parking and other low-level tickets go through the court system.


FILE - New York Daily News sports cartoonist Bill Gallo attends a photo-op at the 24th annual Thurman Munson Award dinner in this Feb. 3, 2004 file photo taken in New York. New York Daily News cartoonist and columnist Bill Gallo, known for his playful characters, died Tuesday May 10, 2011 from complications of pneumonia at White Plains Hospital according to the paper. He was 88.  (credit: AP Photo/Tina Fineberg, File)

Funeral At St. Pat’s For Cartoonist Bill Gallo

Colleagues, fans and dignitaries are paying a final tribute to Daily News cartoonist and columnist Bill Gallo.