NYPD Says It's Listening To The Public, Trying To Bring More People Of Color Into Rank And FileThe NYPD is celebrating efforts to recruit more diverse officers.
NYPD Making New Recruitment Push, Tackling Anti-Police Sentiment Head On By Urging Applicants To 'Be The Change'Enrollment opens Wednesday to sign up for the test in June.
Black History Is Our History: First Deputy Commissioner Ben Tucker, NYPD's Highest-Ranking Black Officer, On Why He Decided To Become A Police Officer, George Floyd and MoreHe was sworn in as an NYPD trainee at 18 in 1969, the decade of the Civil Rights Movement when nation leaders were assassinated and tension between police and the Black community often erupted on the streets.
Critics Blast Mayor De Blasio For Passing Over Ben Tucker For NYPD Commissioner AgainMayor de Blasio says he's committed to diversity in the NYPD, but critics then wonder why the three police commissioners he's appointed during his tenure are all white males.
Incoming NYPD Commissioner Dermot Shea Will Face Challenges Inside & Outside DepartmentPolice experts say job one may be the morale of the department in the wake of the Daniel Pantaleo chokehold case and mounting incidents of police being disrespected.
CBS2 Exclusive: NYPD's Second-In-Command Sits Down With Maurice DuBoisFirst Deputy Commissioner Benjamin Tucker, a New York City native, has a unique perspective on protecting our city and our country.
Under Pressure, Commissioner Bratton Puts New Faces On NYPD TrainingIn the aftermath of the Ferguson protests, Commissioner Bill Bratton is stepping up to the plate in order to restore trust in the NYPD, following an accidental shooting, a chokehold death and other questionable incidents.