Having Second Thoughts? City Council To Look At Language In NYPD Chokehold BillChanges are coming to the city's controversial chokehold bill that subjects officers to criminal charges.
NYPD Commissioner Shea Rebukes City Leaders As 'Cowards' Amid Surge In Gun Violence, Police Reforms: 'They Have Screwed This City Up So Much'"They’re failing at every possible measure to be leaders," Shea said.
3 Arrested, Charged With Assaulting Police Officers After Cops, Counter-Protesters Clash On Brooklyn BridgeClashes marred what started out as a peaceful unity march in Brooklyn on Wednesday morning.
De Blasio Signs Police Reform Bills, Including Chokehold Ban: 'You Can Feel Change Coming'Riding a wave of public anger over police-involved killings, Mayor Bill de Blasio signed a packaged of legislation Wednesday to overhaul the NYPD.
Recently Retired NYPD Detective Speaks Out About Her Decision To Leave The ForceWith a spike in shootings comparable to the 1990s, an NYPD detective is sharing what she saw leading up to her retirement last week. 
Cuomo Dives Into NYC Police Reform Debate, Says De Blasio, City Council Should Go Back To The Drawing BoardCuomo says the city should redesign the way the NYPD polices communities. 
What Was The NYPD's Anti-Crime Unit And What Does It Being Disbanded Mean?Police Commissioner Dermot Shea calls it a "seismic shift" for the NYPD. So what was this unit, and what does this mean for policing in New York City? 
Cuomo Announces Additional Police Reform MeasuresThe move comes on the heels of the governor signing into law a package of sweeping police reforms, including measures that will improve transparency of police disciplinary records, ban chokeholds and more. 
NYC Officials Expect More Outrage At Protests After Deadly Police-Involved Shooting In AtlantaThe fight for change continued for a third straight week as thousands of demonstrators hit New York City streets.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo Says Protests Should Now To Pivot Towards Reconciliation, Enacting ChangesGov. Andrew Cuomo said that the time has come for protesters to begin thinking about reconciliation and to begin a dialogue with local governments about what the future of policing will look like. 
Protests Over George Floyd's Death Prompt Lawmakers To Pass Police ReformsIn a groundbreaking move, the State Senate voted to repeal 50-A, a decades-old law that kept personnel records for law enforcement officers private.