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Case Solved through Crime Stoppers Tip

Case Solved through Crime Stoppers Tip

Thanks to a tip made to Crime Stoppers, an armed robber who has been targeting elderly women in Brooklyn and Queens has been arrested.

The suspect was wanted in connection with eight robberies targeting senior citizens. Earlier in the month, the suspect attacked a 91-year-old woman in Park Slope, approaching her with a gun. In March, an 84-year-old woman was beaten in her Brooklyn home when the suspect hit her so hard that he broke her nose. Most of his victims were in their 80s or 90s, and […]

Building Trust Through Communication

Members of the NYPD leadership team met with business leaders in Brooklyn today, December 8, 2015, to discuss ways the two groups can work together to keep New York City safe. The meeting, coordinated by the New York City Police Foundation, was part of a broad communication effort promoting a two way dialogue between the police and the communities it serves.

The business leaders were given presentations on the new and innovative approaches the NYPD is taking to ensure that the Department is protecting New Yorkers from criminals and emerging threats while also developing sustainable relationships with communities to foster […]

40+ Year History

For more than 40 years, the New York City Police Foundation has proudly partnered with the NYPD by investing more than $120 million in over 400 innovative programs.

The following video, narrated by longtime supporter Michael Douglas, is a celebration of this rich history.

These achievements would never be possible without the help of our generous donors. Together, we make New York a better, safer city for all […]

NYCPF Announces New Collaboration

The ASPCA and the New York City Police Foundation today announced a collaboration through the NYPD’s Crime Stoppers program that will allow the public to anonymously provide information about animal cruelty crimes in New York City. Crime Stoppers offers rewards of up to $2,500 for tips leading to an arrest and indictment, and starting now that will include animal cruelty cases in New York City.

“By working with Crime Stoppers we are giving New Yorkers the means and motivation to stop dangerous criminals and giving animal victims a better chance to survive and recover,” said Matthew Bershadker, President […]