Lionel Virgile Accused Of Throwing Bleach In Officer's Face, Tossing Lit Molotov Cocktail At Other Officers In BrooklynThe incident started early Saturday morning when police pulled over a 44-year-old man for running a red light in the area of Claredon Road and East 45th Street.
Following Stray-Bullet Shooting Of 5-Year-Old In Brooklyn, Neighbors Say It's Time To Move; 'Everybody Has A Gun'There are calls to put an end to the violence after a 5-year-old was hit by a stray bullet in Brooklyn on Monday. The little girl was the latest victim in a surge of gun violence in the city.
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.
NYPD Now Allowing The Reporting Of Complaints On WebsiteThe low-level offenses the public can report include lost property, petit larceny, and misdemeanor criminal mischief and graffiti.
Mayor Bill De Blasio, Commissioner Dermot Shea Announce Phase 2 Of NYPD Reform Plan; 'You Cannot Ignore The Emotions That Are Out There'The proposals include efforts to decriminalize poverty, recognize historical and modern day racialized policing, provide transparency and accountability and more.
NYPD Making Progress Bringing In And Promoting Women, But It Still Has A Lot Of Work To DoAs we celebrate Women's History Month, CBS2 is looking at women's roles in law enforcement.
NYPD Adds 200 Surveillance Cameras As Part Of Mayor's Hate Crimes Action PlanNew York City is taking steps to combat hate crimes following a series of random attacks on Asian New Yorkers.
With No Money In Budget, NYPD Seeking Volunteers And Supplies For Citywide Graffiti Cleanup Day On April 10The NYPD is rolling out a new campaign to combat a big rise in graffiti across the city. But since there's no budget for it, the department is asking New Yorkers for help.
21-Year-Old Rigoberto Lopez Facing Murder Charges For Subway Stabbings On A Train LinePolice arrested and charged a Brooklyn man with murder Sunday after a series of subway stabbings.
Police Say Woman, 54, Shoved Onto Subway Tracks In The BronxIt happened around 8 a.m. at 174th Street and Southern Boulevard 2 train station.
NYPD Officer Under Investigation For Wearing Pro-Trump Patch While In UniformPolice Commissioner Dermot Shea tweeted Saturday saying the officer has already been disciplined at the department investigates.
Demanding Answers: New Yorkers Grow More Concerned About Subway Crime, Curtailed NYPD Involvement In Mental Health CrisisSome New Yorkers are growing more concerned about a nightmarish rash of subway shoving incidents and the curtailment of NYPD involvement in dealing with emotionally disturbed people.
NYPD, Civilian Complaint Review Board Agree On Process To Discipline OfficersThe NYPD will provide the review board, commonly called the CCRB, more timely access to an officer’s employment history to review their case.
Mayor De Blasio: NYPD Precinct Commanders Will Be Chosen With Input From Council Of Community MembersWhen the next precinct commander position opens, the precinct council will receive three to five candidates to interview and then provide feedback to the commissioner, who will still make the final decision.
Police Commissioner Dermot Shea Delivers State Of The NYPD Address, Highlights Efforts To Stem Gun Violence"I think more people need to start asking this: what the heck is going on with the firearms in New York City this year? What has changed? One thing I know is that the cops are always out there courageously doing their jobs," Shea said.