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October 22, 2018 Neighborhood Policing is the largest change to the NYPD since CompStat in 1994; Strategic shift to fight crime and solve problems collaboratively... The post Neighborhood Policing Now in Every Neighborhood in New York City appeared first on NYPD News. […]
Families of our fallen finest and volunteers gathered at One Police Plaza for a quilting bee to honor members of the NYPD who lost their... The post Memorial Quilts Honor Fallen Finest appeared first on NYPD News. […]
October 21, 2018 Nothing is more important than the safety of our officers, and equipping the NYPD with the best equipment is a paramount priority.... The post Statement from DCPI on Body Worn Camera Issues appeared first on NYPD News. […]
Today marks the 30th anniversary since Police Officer Michael Buczek and Christopher Hoban were shot and killed in the line of duty while protecting New... The post 30th Anniversary Memorial Mass for Police Officers Michael Buczek and Christopher Hoban appeared first on NYPD News. […]
The New York City Police Department continues to investigate the violent incident in the 19th Precinct on Friday night, and is asking for the public’s... The post WANTED: Riot and Attempted Assault (Manhattan) appeared first on NYPD News. […]
At a ceremony held at the Theatre at Madison Square Garden, 249 police officers graduated from the police academy. Equipped with the best training in... The post 249 Police Officers Join the Ranks of the NYPD appeared first on NYPD News. […]
Police Commissioner James O’Neill, Mayor Bill de Blasio, NYPD members, and loved ones gathered in Battery Park City to honor 43 fallen NYPD heroes as... The post 43 Names Added to the Battery Park City Police Memorial Wall appeared first on NYPD News. […]
“At the time I definitely felt like that could be my son,” said Police Officer Charles Edwards. Two Transit District 30 cops are being hailed... The post Brooklyn Transit Officers Save Unresponsive Infant appeared first on NYPD News. […]