Fast-Tracked Police Reform Receives Mixed Reactions From NYPD Officers: 'The Higher-Ups Don't Give You Support, Then Who Is Going To Support You?'The mayor and police commissioner have separately been making the case for reforms, but on the ground, it's leading to frustration from officers.
Eric Garner Case: Sergeants Union Says Pantaleo Commanding Officer Being Used As Political ScapegoatThe Sergeants Benevolent Association is blasting the NYPD for penalizing the commanding officer in the Eric Garner chokehold case.
NYPD Sergeant Forms Special Bond With Sick BoySeveral NYPD Sergeants were honored Thursday for their bravery and compassion. Including an officer who has taken a sick little boy under his wing
Police Union Proposes $500 Reward For Good Samaritans Who Help Officers Arrest SuspectsThe New York City police sergeants union is calling on citizens to get involved when they seen an officer struggling with a suspect.
Sergeants' Union Head: Why Weren't Officers Disciplined For Being Too Drunk To Fly To Afghanistan?NYPD counterterror officials had to cancel a training mission to Afghanistan because the Army reportedly decided two officers were too tipsy to fly.
SBA President Ed Mullins Walks Out Of Meeting At Police HeadquartersEd Mullins, president of the Police Sergeants Union, left a meeting at police headquarters in protest on Tuesday.
Head Of Sergeants' Union Calls For Bratton To Step Down Amid NYPD ProbeThe head of the Sergeants’ Benevolent Association on Sunday called for police Commissioner Bill Bratton to step down.
De Blasio Defends Plans For Police Anti-Bias Training Following Criticism From SBA PresidentThe mayor touched on the "Implicit Bias" training program in his State Of The City address. He said officers would be trained to "help overcome the biases that reside in all of us."
NFL Fans Split On Idea Of Allowing Off-Duty Cops To Carry Guns At GamesOne of the NYPD's top union bosses is asking the league to change its policy and let cops protect the public while out of uniform at games.
Advocate: Taking Photos Of Homeless 'Unethical And Inhumane'Advocates are speaking out against a police union-backed initiative, and other sites which prompt New Yorkers to post pictures of the city's homeless online.
NYC Police Union Urges Officers To Take Pictures Of Quality-Of-Life OffendersThe Sergeants Benevolent Association is launching a new initiative to combat quality-of-life issues.
City, Police Sergeants Union Reach Tentative Contract AgreementThe agreement authorizes 11 percent raises over the next seven years. It follows the pattern set by the teachers union, but, like other uniformed unions, it contains an additional 1 percent raise in its first year.
Expert: Police May Have To Get Used To Apps Like Waze With Cop-Trackers
NYPD Sergeants' Union: Waze App Cop-Tracker Puts Officers In DangerA New York City police union wrote a letter of protest to Google Tuesday, complaining about a feature in the Waze traffic app that allows users to pinpoint the locations of police officers.
'Corrective' Actions Possible If NYPD Arrest Statistics Continue To Go SouthThe city is considering possible legal action against NYPD officers who aren't writing enough tickets.