Bratton Slams DOI Report Attacking Broken Windows Policing StrategyPolice Commissioner Bill Bratton was fired up and firing back Thursday evening, after a new city Department of Investigation report attacking his signature policing strategy.
Poll: Majority Of New Yorkers Still Support 'Broken Windows' PolicyDespite heated criticism in recent months, a new Quinnipiac University poll released Wednesday indicated that most New Yorkers approve of the “broken windows” policing policy.
City Council To Hear Proposed Changes To NYPD 'Broken Windows' PolicingNYPD Commissioner Bill Bratton is expected to send a set of new proposals on the department's "broken windows" policing to the City Council on Friday.
Mark-Viverito, Bratton Square Off Over 'Broken Windows' Policing PolicyDebates over the broken windows law enforcement policy are shaping up to be a battle between City Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito and police Commissioner Bill Bratton.
NYC Council Speaker: Police Should Lighten Up On Low-Level OffensesThe New York City Council speaker said Saturday that fewer arrests for low-level offenses would help police improve their relations with some communities.
Bratton Opposes Decriminalizing Low-Level Offenses, But Says 'Broken Windows' Is EvolvingThe City Council earlier this week proposed decriminalizing low-level offenses, and on Friday, NYPD Commissioner Bill Bratton said he does not support such a move.
Rev. Calvin Butts Tells de Blasio To Overhaul NYPD Or Expect To Be Targeted In 2017The Rev. Calvin O. Butts III of the Abyssinian Baptist Church in Harlem is demanding that the mayor make wholesale changes to the NYPD and fire the officer who put Eric Garner in an apparent chokehold – or else the ministers will fire the mayor.
Protesters At City Hall Demand Change In Police PoliciesProtesters angry about the Eric Garner grand jury decision rallied outside City Hall Wednesday, demanding action against what they called brutality and racial disparities in policing.
Elderly Man Injured During Jaywalking Citation On UWS To Sue The CityPolice insisted that officers did not strike Wong deliberately, and that when an officer pulled out a summons book and began writing a ticket, a struggle ensued.