'It Helps Keep The City Safe': NYPD's Top Cop Defends Stop-And-Frisk After Michael Bloomberg Apologizes For It"It's something that we still employ. It helps us get weapons off the street. It helps keep the city safe, but it has to be used correctly, and obviously it has to be used constitutionally," James O’Neill said.
World Kindness Day: Ways To Give Back And Help Others Stay Warm This WinterToday marks World Kindness Day, encouraging people to spread compassion and give back.
New Yorkers Sounding Off On Pick Of Dermot Shea For Top NYPD JobNew Yorkers are coming to terms with Mayor Bill de Blasio's surprise pick of Dermot Shea for police commissioner.
What Challenges Will Dermot Shea Face As New Police Commissioner?With NYPD Commissioner James O'Neill stepping down, what challenges will his replacement face? CBSN New York's urban affairs expert Mark Peters explains.
James O'Neill Stepping Down, Dermot Shea To Be Next NYPD CommissionerDuring his tenure, O'Neill led efforts to bolster community policing and repair the department's relationship with minority communities.
Incoming NYPD Commissioner Dermot Shea Will Face Challenges Inside & Outside DepartmentPolice experts say job one may be the morale of the department in the wake of the Daniel Pantaleo chokehold case and mounting incidents of police being disrespected.
James O'Neill: A TimelineA look back at the outgoing police commissioner's early life and career in the New York City Police department.
NYPD Suicides: Hospital To Offer Officers Confidential CounselingSo far this year, 10 active NYPD members and two retired cops have died of apparent suicides.
Retired NYPD Sergeant: Recent Spike In Police-Involved Shootings Tied To City Policy ChangesThere have been four police-involved shootings in eight days. They have left some people wondering if there's a reason behind this spike in violence toward officers.
Here's How The Plan To Close Rikers Island Is Supposed To WorkThe plan centers around the city's ability to drastically decrease the jail population from about 7,000 now to 3,300 inmates.
De Blasio Downplays O'Neill's Concerns About Closing Rikers"His job, by definition, to be worried about how we keep crime down," de Blasio said.