Former Police Commissioner Bill Bratton And Others Express Concern Over New York City's Handling Of Violent CrimesMayor Bill de Blasio is calling on Congress to stop the flow of illegal guns but has otherwise offered few new solutions as violence continues to scar the city.
Former NYPD Commissioner Bratton Says Recent Graffiti Subway Vandalism 'Outrageous'It has led to serious questions about the security of the trains and who is patrolling underground.
Bratton: Terror Attacks In New York City Aren't Going AwayTerror attacks in New York City are not going away anytime soon, according to former police Commissioner Bill Bratton.
‘We’re Going To See More Of These Attacks,’ Bratton Fears Future Terror Strikes On U.S. SoilFormer New York City Police Commissioner Bill Bratton called the latest round of terror attacks in Europe the new normal.
Off-Duty NYPD Detective Released From Hospital Day After Meat Cleaver AttackFellow officers lined the hallway and applauded as Det. Brian O'Donnell, a 16-year NYPD veteran assigned to the 19th Precinct on the Upper East Side, was wheeled out of Bellevue Hospital.
Ceremonial Send-Off Marks Bratton's Last Day On The Job As Police CommissionerNew York City Police Commissioner Bill Bratton ended his unparalleled law enforcement career with a ceremonial send-off Friday.
Outgoing NYPD Commissioner Bill Bratton Attends Last CompStat MeetingBill Bratton started his last full day leading America's biggest police department by attending his final CompStat meeting.
Bratton: It's Going To Take 'Years, And Years' To Defeat Terrorism, If EverBefore the 9/11 memorial ceremony kicked off in NYC, CBS2's Lou Young spoke with NYPD Commissioner Bill Bratton and Deputy Commissioner of Intelligence and Counterterrorism John Miller on how terrorism and counterterrorism efforts have changed and evolved in years since the 9/11 attacks.
'It's Been Quite A Run:' Outgoing NYPD Commissioner Bill Bratton Reflects On CareerPolice Commissioner Bill Bratton is reflecting on his nearly 50-year career in law enforcement as he prepares to step down as New York City’s 42nd police commissioner.
Man Charged In Connection With Fatal J'ouvert Celebration ShootingChief of Detectives Robert Boyce said a suspect was charged in connection with the death of 22-year-old Tiarah Poyau, who was killed after she was shot in the face near Washington Avenue and Empire Boulevard.
Inspector General Review Finds NYPD Needs To Do A Better Job Of BookkeepingA report by the inspector general said the NYPD needs to do a better job of bookkeeping. The IG review looked into how the department conducted investigations of political activity.
Clinton: Nation Needs To 'Repair Bonds Of Trust' Between Public, PoliceOther participants include law enforcement leaders from Tucson, Arizona; Seattle; Camden County, New Jersey; and Dallas County, Texas.
De Blasio: 'If Congress Doesn't Act, There Are Going To Be A Lot Of Happy Terrorists'Bill de Blasio and Bill Bratton are calling on Congress to act on a funding package that they say is crucial to protecting the city from terrorists.
Is New York’s Next Police Commissioner Tom Selleck’s Doppelgänger?NYPD Chief of Department James O'Neill will soon be taking over for Bill Bratton as police commissioner, but it's his resemblance to another police commissioner that has fans talking.
Bratton: 'It's The Right Time' To Leave Law EnforcementOutgoing Police Commissioner Bill Bratton said the NYPD is in "excellent shape" and is "moving very forcefully to address all of the issues of the day."