'Diaphragm Law' Banning NYPD Officers From Applying Pressure To Suspect's Torso Struck DownIt is a victory for several local police unions, who had been challenging the law. In siding with them, Judge Laurence Love said the measure is "unconstitutionally vague."
Report: Shake Shack Manager Falsely Accused Of Trying To Poison NYPD Officers Files LawsuitSources previously told CBS2 it appeared the incident was an accident, possibly the result of cleaning solution not properly removed from the shake machine.
'CBS Sunday Morning' Special Edition On June 6 Explores Policing Issues"CBS Sunday Morning" will explore a wide range of issues regarding policing in America – and around the world – in a special edition to be broadcast June 6 on CBS.
Loved Ones Attend Private Wake For NYPD Officer Anastasios TsakosThe 14-year veteran was killed last week by an alleged drunk driver while directing traffic on the Long Island Expressway.
Tunnel To Towers To Pay Mortgage For Family Of Officer Anastasios TsakosThe 14-year veteran of the department was killed by an alleged drunk driver earlier this week on the Long Island Expressway.
NYPD Ends Contract With 'Digidog' Early After Public BacklashPolice used the "digidog" to approach potentially dangerous situations and assess scenes before sending in officers.
Body Cam Video Released After Police Shoot Teenage Girl To Death In OhioPolice have not identified the girl, but her family and Franklin County Children Services identified her as 16-year-old Ma'Khia Bryant.
Demonstrators Relieved, But Remain Committed After Derek Chauvin Verdict: 'A Victory Won For And By The People'New Yorkers took to the streets Tuesday after Derek Chauvin was found guilty on all counts in the death of George Floyd.
1st Batch Of Body-Worn Cameras Deployed To New York State PoliceUnder state law, troopers are required to record video immediately before exiting a patrol vehicle to interact with a person or situation.
Appeals Court Upholds NYPD's Firing Of Daniel Pantaleo In Eric Garner's DeathA five-judge panel ruled there was substantial evidence showing that Pantaleo acted recklessly and that firing him was an appropriate outcome.
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 Chief Of Department Terence Monahan To Retire, Join Mayor's Recovery TeamChief Monahan first joined the NYPD in 1982 and rose through the ranks to become the department's highest-ranking uniformed member.
NYPD Fires James Kobel, Former Deputy Inspector Official Accused Of Racist PostsFormer Deputy Inspector James Kobel was the head of the department's workplace discrimination office.
NYPD Commissioner Stands Behind Officers After Police Clash With Protesters At MLK Day MarchWhat started as a peaceful march in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. turned into a tense standoff by City Hall.
NYPD: More Than A Dozen Arrested When Post-Election Protests Turn Violent For 2nd Night In A RowThe deputy commissioner of intelligence and counterterrorism said handfuls of agitators strategically infiltrate protests with tactics from around the globe.