NYPD Commissioner Shea On Repeat Gun Arrests: 'What Is The Plan Here?'With gang gun violence continuing to plague the city, and no immediate solutions in sight, the mayoral candidates jumped into the fray Tuesday.
NYPD Remembers Det. Steven McDonald On 35th Anniversary Of His ShootingThe NYPD is remembering one of its own who became an advocate against gun violence after he was shot on the job.
In Wake Of Killing Of 10-Year-Old, Wounding Of 12-Year-Old, Mayor De Blasio Blames Feds, State For NYC's Gun ViolenceNone of the finger pointing can change the reality that the city has so far failed to stem the tide of gun violence. Shootings are up 68% so far this year.
FDNY, NYPD Renew Rivalry At Fun City Bowl At MetLife StadiumNew York's Bravest and Finest squared off on the gridiron Sunday, continuing an annual tradition.
New York Lawmakers Pushing 'Treatment Not Jails Act' -- More Comprehensive Support For Those In Legal SystemThe suspect in the recent attack on an Asian woman in Chinatown was no stranger to law enforcement. Alexander Wright's history of arrests is raising questions about what went wrong.
NYPD Commissioner Dermot Shea Joins Upper West Side Community For Basketball Court ReopeningIt's a joint initiative to renovate and reopen more than 100 basketball courts and soccer fields in all five boroughs.
1 Year After George Floyd's Death, Calls For Police Reform Continue At Local And National LevelHundreds of people took to the streets on Tuesday, day into night, at times taking over the Brooklyn Bridge, honoring Floyd on the anniversary of his death.
One Year After Death Of George Floyd, City Leaders Look Back On What Has Changed And What Is Still NeededDe Blasio joined Rev. Al Sharpton and other to call for more police reforms, changes to the NYPD culture, and more community involvement.
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 Officer Shot 3 Times In Brooklyn Released From HospitalGiving high-fives and handshakes, 28-year-old Officer Brian McGurran was wheeled out of the hospital. He then got up and walked, just 13 hours after he was shot three times by a suspect.
NYPD Investigating 4 New Subway Attacks, Including 2 At Times Square StationThe victims were either punched or slashed. The assaults are raising more questions about safety in the Big Apple's underground.
NYPD Commissioner Dermot Shea Clashes With City Council During Hearing On Department's Proposed BudgetA big point of contention is the department's overtime budget, which it has already surpassed for this year.
New Yorkers Turn To City, State Leadership For Change Following Another Day Riddled With Gun ViolenceThere have already been 200 more shootings this year than at the same time in 2020.
Hate Crime Review Panel Will Make Recommendations To NYPD, Prosecutors When Suspect's Motivation Is UnclearThe community leaders will help police determine which cases should be investigated as hate crimes when the suspect's motivation is unclear.
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.