NYPD Takes First Step In Reinventing Itself, Announces Partnership And Upcoming Community ForumsFour months ago, the governor ordered every police department in the state to restore community trust in law enforcement, or lose state aid. On Tuesday, the NYPD began trying to comply.
'Back The Blue' Rally In Suffolk County Draws More Than 1,000 Supporters Of Law EnforcementIt was a chance to show appreciation for law enforcement -- and address recent protests against police.
Mayor De Blasio Defends Record On Police Reform, Says Gov. Cuomo 'Doesn't Have His Facts Straight'Cuomo blasted de Blasio for allegedly dragging his feet in drawing up a plan to redesign the NYPD.
Gov. Cuomo Calls Out Mayor de Blasio, Demands Plan For NYPD Redesign As Shooting Totals WorsenGov. Andrew Cuomo wants to know why Mayor de Blasio hasn't started to come up with a plan to redesign the NYPD, as gun violence goes unabated in New York City.
N.Y. Attorney General Letitia James Promises To Expedite Release Of Police Body Cam FootageIt was unclear how many cases would be affected by the policy, since the attorney general's office does not review all footage of police interactions with the public.
Louisville Reaches Major Lawsuit Settlement With Breonna Taylor's Family, Lawyers SaySix months after Taylor was shot to death inside her own home, the city has agreed to a major settlement with her family, an attorney tells CBS affiliate WLKY.
NYPD Unveils New Disciplinary Matrix For Officers Accused Of Violating Department PoliciesMayor Bill de Blasio said Monday's announcement was part of the city's commitment to the Obama Foundation to continue working on police reform.
Police Reform Is Well Underway In Westchester County CitiesThe future of policing in New York state will take shape between now and next April.
Coalition Of Police Unions Join Forces, File Lawsuit In Attempt To Overturn NYC's Controversial Police Reform LawCall it the long blue wall of opposition. New York City police unions, joined by MTA cops, Port Authority cops, court officers, even detective investigators assigned to a district attorney's office, are filing suit to overturn the city's chokehold law.
Police Commissioner Dermot Shea Says NYC Is Taking Too Many Tools Away From Police: 'I Think We've Gone Too Far'The commissioner's tough talk is raising questions about his relationship with his boss, Mayor de Blasio.
With Shootings Spiking, Mayor De Blasio Says He's Going To Stick To His Plan To End The ViolenceThe mayor ducked the question about redeploying the Anti-Crime Unit, undercover cops whose job was getting guns off the street.
Black Lives Matter Mural In Front Of Trump Tower Vandalized With Red PaintThe mural was painted in front of Trump Tower to send a very clear message to the president. That message has ignited emotions that came head to head this weekend.
New York Attorney General Letitia James Gives Update On Investigation Into Possible NYPD Misconduct During ProtestsHer office held public hearings last month, with testimony from more than 100 witnesses.
Protest Held In Schenectady After Video Shows Police Officer Appearing To Kneel On Man's NeckAccording to the Times Union, the newspaper that serves the greater Albany area, the incident happened as the man was taken into custody on Monday morning.
Protesters Say They Want NYPD Out Of Public Schools, But Safety Agent Union Official Cautions That Would Be A MistakeCalls to cut the NYPD's budget includes pressure to remove officers from schools.