Michael Bloomberg Apologizes For Controversial Stop-And-Frisk Policy, But Some Question SincerityHe previously said the policy took guns off the streets and made the city safer. Now, he’s walking back those beliefs.
Eric Garner Case: NYPD Fires Officer Daniel Pantaleo, 5 Years After ConfrontationThe commissioner's decision comes two weeks after an NYPD administrative judge recommended Pantaleo be fired for apparently using a banned chokehold during Garner's arrest.
Eric Garner Case: While Family Praises Pantaleo Decision, Police Union Blasts Move As ‘Absolutely Embarrassing’Eric Garner's family says the NYPD's decision to fire NYPD officer Daniel Pantaleo is only part of the justice they've waited five years for.
PBA Pres Irate Over Bail For Man Who Claimed To ‘Hear Voices,’ Allegedly Grabbed At Cop’s GunThe NYPD is circulating an urgent bulletin to all of its officers, warning them of 29-year-old Kurdel Emmanuel.
City Reaches Agreement With PBA; All Officers To Wear Body Cameras By End Of 2019Mayor Bill de Blasio on Tuesday announced that the city has reached an agreement with the Patrolmen’s Benevolent Association – which calls for all officers to begin wearing body cameras by the end of 2019.
Mourners Bid Final Farewell To Hero NYPD Detective Steven McDonald At Wake On LIMcDonald died Tuesday at a Long Island hospital where he’d been admitted Friday after suffering a heart attack.
NYPD Places Son Of PBA President Lynch On Modified Duty Over Accidental Gunfire IncidentA police officer who is the son of Patrolmen’s Benevolent Association President Pat Lynch was placed on modified duty for disciplinary reasons Tuesday.
PBA President: De Blasio's New Pick For CCRB Is Part Of 'Anti-Police Pattern'Mayor Bill de Blasio on Tuesday announced a new pick to fill a spot on the Civilian Complaint Review Board.
Police Union Members Try To Disrupt De Blasio's Morning Routine With ProtestsDozens of police union members tried to disrupt de Blasio's morning routine, following him from Gracie Mansion to a Park Slope coffee shop and then to the YMCA.
De Blasio, Bratton Fire Back At PBA's Lynch After Remarks On City's Quality Of LifeMayor Bill de Blasio and police Commissioner Bill Bratton have upped the ante in a feud with Patrolmen’s Benevolent Association President Patrick Lynch, over what Lynch said is a declining quality of life.
PBA President Actively Seeking Challengers Against De BlasioThe head of the Patrolmen's Benevolent Association is claiming City Hall's policies are handcuffing NYPD cops and preventing them from doing their jobs.