NYPD's Top Female Officers Sue NYC, Claim De Blasio And Police Commissioner Fired Them For Being Older And WhiteJoanne Jaffe was the first female three-star Chief of Community Affairs. Diana Pizzuti was the first female Chief of Personnel. Both were fired on the same day by the NYPD.
Major Security Set For World Pride Events Throughout NYCPolice Commissioner James O'Neill knows all eyes will be on New York this weekend as events to mark World Pride are rolled out throughout the city.
Mayor, NYPD At Odds Over Bail Reform That Will Keep Teens, Others Out Of Jail While Awaiting TrialIs he pandering for votes or needed bail reform?
Published Report Prompts New Calls For Transparency In NYPD's Disciplinary SystemThis comes after the New York Daily News published examples of penalties officers have faced that may not fit the violation.
NYPD Commissioner Renews Call For 9/11 Victim Compensation Fund To Be Financed For As Long As NecessaryThe New York City Police commissioner issued another plea on Friday, calling for more funding for first responders, sickened as a result of the terror attacks on 9/11.
'Absolute Tragedy:' NYPD Mourns Det. Simonsen, Killed By Friendly Fire While Responding To RobberyDet. Brian Simonsen was shot in the chest around 6 p.m. Tuesday while responding to a botched robbery near in Richmond Hill, Queens.
Panel Recommends NYPD Improve Transparency In Its Disciplinary ProcessThe panel also says the department should back changes to a state law that currently prevents the release of information on the outcomes of specific disciplinary cases.
Mayor, Police Officials Tout Times Square New Year's Eve Security MeasuresAn estimated 1 million people gather around Times Square each New Year's. 
NYPD Steps Up Halloween Security 1 Year After West Side Bike Path Terror AttackThe NYPD is stepping up security this Halloween following the synagogue massacre in Pittsburgh and mail threats across the country. Police say there are no credible threats, but they’re not taking any chances.
De Blasio, O'Neill Announce New Marijuana Enforcement PolicyStarting in September, the majority of New Yorkers found smoking marijuana in public will be issued summonses instead of being arrested.
Commissioner O'Neill Focuses On Neighborhood Policing In 'State Of The NYPD' AddressO'Neill laid out what he called full conversion of the neighborhood policing strategy in New York City.