Pride Celebrations Turn Violent As NYPD Clashes With Crowd In Washington Square ParkThousands gathered in Washington Square Park on Sunday as the city celebrated its annual Pride March, but the party turned tense around 7 p.m.
NYPD Hosts Block Party In Same Mount Eden Neighborhood Where Children Were Caught In Middle Of GunfireThe parents of those two children who were nearly victims of gun violence in the Bronx last week spoke out Wednesday at an NYPD block party in their neighborhood.
NYPD Says It's Listening To The Public, Trying To Bring More People Of Color Into Rank And FileThe NYPD is celebrating efforts to recruit more diverse officers.
De Blasio Unveils 'Safe Summer NYC' Plan To End Gun ViolenceThe initiative focuses on putting more cops in high-crime areas and convincing gang members to trade in violent behavior for jobs and sports.
With All Eyes On Minneapolis, NYPD Says It Is Prepared For Reaction To Derek Chauvin VerdictAnticipation is mounting as the Tri-State area braces for a verdict in the Derek Chauvin trial. The NYPD is getting ready for possible protests.
NYPD Making New Recruitment Push, Tackling Anti-Police Sentiment Head On By Urging Applicants To 'Be The Change'Enrollment opens Wednesday to sign up for the test in June. 
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.
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 Says Gun Arrests Are Way Up, But Violence Was Much The Same Over Labor Day WeekendFour people died in shootings. Two dozen victims survived, including a 7-year-old boy.
NYPD Seeking Individuals Accused Of Assaulting Officers In Multiple Recent IncidentsPolice say the ambushed officers were left bloodied and bruised.
CBS2 News Crew Describes Getting Caught In Crossfire Of Brooklyn ShootingCBS2's Ali Bauman was working but didn't have an assignment, so she and two photographers parked their news truck in Brooklyn to be on standby in case there was breaking news.