Gov. Cuomo Questions If Mayor De Blasio's Police Reform Plan Does Enough To Address Gun Violence In NYCIf Cuomo rejects the plan, he could withhold state aid to New York City or appoint an outside monitor.
Paterson Police Announce New Initiative To Prevent Violent Crime Amid Spike In Daytime ShootingsPaterson police are taking extra measures to curb gun violence.
NYPD Chief Rodney Harrison Discusses Police Reform, Protests, Hate Crimes, Gun Violence And More With CBS2's Maurice DuBoisHarrison was sworn in as Chief of Department on March 30. He's been an officer for nearly 30 years.
CBS News: How To Watch Opening Statements Monday In The Trial Of Derek ChauvinOpening statements are scheduled to begin Monday in the trial of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin, who was seen in a disturbing video kneeling on George Floyd's neck.
New York City Council Approves Package Of Police Reform Bills After Voting To End Qualified Immunity For OfficersThe legislation will either improve the NYPD or hamper it, depending on who you ask.
Law Enforcement Unions Say Bail Reform To Blame For Spike In Violent Crimes As City Focuses On NYPD ReformThe deadline for police departments in New York to make changes is less than three weeks away.
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.
Daniel Prude Death: Grand Jury Decides Not To Charge Officers Involved In Fatal EncounterThe 41-year-old Black man's death last March sparked nightly protests in Rochester.
Trust The Name Of The Game In Newark, Where Police And The Community Are Coming TogetherAcross the country, there have been heated calls to defund the police. But in Newark, the positive police and community relationship is what has led to a steady decline in crime.
Westchester County In The Process Of Examining Dozens Of Police Reform RecommendationsThere is update on the vital work of police reform in New York, inspired by the death of George Floyd and other shocking incidents.
Mayor De Blasio: NYPD Precinct Commanders Will Be Chosen With Input From Council Of Community MembersWhen the next precinct commander position opens, the precinct council will receive three to five candidates to interview and then provide feedback to the commissioner, who will still make the final decision.
NYPD Adopts New Guidelines For Disciplining Officer Misconduct; Mayor De Blasio Says It's A 'Game Changer'The mayor showed off a 57-page document titled the "NYPD Disciplinary System Penalty Guidelines," or more simply the "Matrix."
Gov. Cuomo Says He Supports Attorney General's Request For Outside Monitor To Oversee NYPD: 'I Think The People Of The City Deserve An Apology'Gov. Andrew Cuomo is commenting on Attorney General Letitia James' federal lawsuit against the NYPD over its response to Black Lives Matter protests last summer.
Citing Abuses By Officers During 'Black Lives Matter' Protests, New York Attorney General Calls For Monitor To Oversee NYPDThe lawsuit comes after James' office found widespread civil rights abuses by police against Black Lives Matter protesters over the summer.
N.J. Enacts Sweeping Law Enforcement Policy Revisions, Prioritizes Protection Of Life, Liberty And Dignity Of All CiviliansLeaders say the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis did not trigger the rewrite of police policy in the Garden State, but his death did add urgency for change.