Police Benevolent Association Honors 23 NYPD Members Killed On 9/11 With Wall Of PortraitsThe Wall of Heroes features hand-painted portraits of the 23 NYPD members killed on Sept. 11, 2001, and a tribute to the hundreds of police officers who have died of 9/11-related illness.
'Diaphragm Law' Banning NYPD Officers From Applying Pressure To Suspect's Torso Struck DownIt is a victory for several local police unions, who had been challenging the law. In siding with them, Judge Laurence Love said the measure is "unconstitutionally vague."
New York City Council Considering Changes To Language Of Police Chokehold BanThere will be a public hearing before the City council votes on the amended language.
NYPD Shifting Officers' Schedules Following Another Violent Weekend; Commissioner Shea: 'All Hands On Deck'Two-thirds of uniformed officers below the rank of sergeant will shift to Sunday through Thursday or Tuesday through Saturday.
In Effort To Combat Rash Of Gun Violence, NYPD To Change Officers' Schedules, Require Many To Work Weekend DayThe NYPD's top cop is now putting more officers on the streets during the weekends.
Police Benevolent Association Breaks With Tradition, Endorses President Trump's Re-Election CampaignThe union endorsement of President Trump is causing an uproar among some of the rank and file of the NYPD.
PBA President Fumes After Suspect Seen On Video Putting NYPD Officer In Headlock Is Not ChargedCellphone video has surfaced showing an NYPD officer being put in a headlock by a man he was attempting to arrest in the Bronx.
N.Y. Gov. Cuomo Signs Sweeping Police Reforms Into Law, Says They're 'Long Overdue'New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Friday signed sweeping police reform bills into law, notably banning chokeholds and repealing a hotly contested state law known as "50A," which kept officers' disciplinary records confidential.
Law Enforcement Union Heads Respond To What They Say Is Anti-Cop Sentiment: 'Stop Treating Us Like Animals And Thugs'With calls for police reforms has come reaction from police unions. They say changes are coming too quickly and will have a damaging impact on their jobs.
NYPD Officers Have Conflicting Feelings As They Deal With The 'War Zone' And Public PerceptionFor the NYPD rank and file, dealing with the peaceful George Floyd protests and the violent looting has been a huge task.
Coronavirus Update: Police Benevolent Association Delivers Sandwiches To Bronx HospitalPBA President Pat Lynch said the staff at Jacobi has been there for officers on some of their darkest days.
Targeted Shooting Of Police Sets Off Political Firestorm As NYPD Lt. Jose Gautreaux Released From HospitalAn officer and lieutenant were shot within 12 hours over the weekend in the Bronx, allegedly at the hands of the same suspect.
Michael Bloomberg Apologizes For Controversial Stop-And-Frisk Policy, But Some Question SincerityHe previously said the policy took guns off the streets and made the city safer. Now, he’s walking back those beliefs.
Eric Garner Case: NYPD Fires Officer Daniel Pantaleo, 5 Years After ConfrontationThe commissioner's decision comes two weeks after an NYPD administrative judge recommended Pantaleo be fired for apparently using a banned chokehold during Garner's arrest.
Eric Garner Case: While Family Praises Pantaleo Decision, Police Union Blasts Move As ‘Absolutely Embarrassing’Eric Garner's family says the NYPD's decision to fire NYPD officer Daniel Pantaleo is only part of the justice they've waited five years for.