NYPD Officers’ Widows Urge Patrol Board To Keep Their Husbands’ Killers Behind BarsPBA President Patrick Lynch said the New York State Parole Board needs to be tougher on those who murder police officers.
De Blasio Chastised For Leaving New York After Cop’s MurderMayor Bill de Blasio -- back Sunday from Germany -- is headed to Officer Miosotis Familia's wake Monday evening after coming under fire for leaving the city so soon after her murder.
PBA Releases Another Ad Targeting Mayor De BlasioThe ad is part of a seven-figure campaign by the PBA that launched earlier this month and is running on both broadcast and cable channels.
PBA President Lynch: Arbitrator's 1 Percent Pay Raise Is An 'Insult' To Police OfficersMembers of the Patrolmen's Benevolent Association recently staged protests outside City Hall and Gracie Mansion, expressing their outrage over the proposed 1 percent raise.
Community Leaders: Where's The Outrage In NYPD Officer's Shooting Death?Community leaders gathered in East Harlem Thursday night, in the exact spot where NYPD Officer Randolph Holder was killed in the line of duty.
Career Criminal Charged In Deadly Shooting Of NYPD OfficerTyrone Howard, who is suspected of killing Officer Randolph Holder Tuesday night, had been arrested 20 times for offenses including drug possession and robbery, authorities said.
Commissioner Bratton Outlines Next Steps In James Blake False Arrest CaseOn Wednesday, the board returned its findings, substantiating an excessive use of force claim against Officer James Frascatore.
NYPD Announces Reforms On Use Of Force Amid Critical ReportA rulebook for the nation's largest police department "is completely silent on what actions constitute 'force,'" said the report by Inspector General Philip Eure.
Review: NYPD Body Camera Program Should Record More StopsA body camera pilot program at the NYPD raised a wide range of questions about how to best monitor police and community interactions, according to a report released Thursday.
NYPD To Track Potential Problem Police Officers With DatabaseThe NYPD is setting up a database using information from several city agencies, including the Civilian Complaint Review Board and City Comptroller Scott Stringer's office.
NYPD Inspector General Says Police Should Track Lawsuit DataWhile lawsuit claims aren't necessarily legitimate, "when the data is properly gathered and analyzed, litigation data can still be used for positive, proactive improvements in policing,'' Inspector General Philip K. Eure's report said.
PBA: New Stop-And-Frisk Guidelines Will Confuse Officers, Make Jobs HarderNew guidelines for the stop, question and frisk policing method were released to NYPD officers this week, and the patrol union said the guidelines will make the officers’ jobs more difficult.