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From left to right: Officer Mattern, Mr. Simmons, Ms. Benjamin, Officer Bellevue On January 27, 2019, Officers Bellevue and Mattern from the 81st Precinct in... The post Cops Lend a Helping Hand to Family of Seven appeared first on NYPD News. […]
Department Begins Outfitting Specialized Units with 4,000 Additional Cameras NEW YORK – Today, the New York Police Department announced that all uniform patrol officers in... The post NYPD Completes Rollout of Body-Worn Cameras to All Officers on Patrol appeared first on NYPD News. […]
New York continues to be the safest big city in America. Overall crime for the month of February is down 10.8% when compared to February... The post Citywide Overall Crime Continues to Decline in February 2019 appeared first on NYPD News. […]
Queens, New York – At the end of their tour on January 9th, Police Officers Piteo and Pecoraro of the NYPD 114 Precinct responded to a... The post Queens Officers Save 1-year-old Baby appeared first on NYPD News. […]
Remarks as delivered by Police Commissioner James P. O’Neill Funeral of NYPD Detective Brian Simonsen On behalf of the entire New York City Police Department,... The post Police Commissioner O’Neill’s Eulogy for Detective Brian Simonsen appeared first on NYPD News. […]
To All the Members of the NYPD: Last night, we lost a dedicated, true hero and – make no mistake – it was solely because... The post Police Commissioner O’Neill’s Message Regarding the Death of Detective Brian Simonsen appeared first on NYPD News. […]
Police Officer Michael Vera, a 13-year veteran of the NYPD, is a neighborhood hero to many Brooklyn kids. While working in the 94th Precinct, he... The post Brooklyn Officer Brings Cops and Kids Together appeared first on NYPD News. […]
566 Fewer Crimes in January 2019 Compared to January 2018 New York, New York –This January, New York City experienced 7.4% less index crimes than... The post Citywide Overall Crime Continues to Drop in the First Month of 2019 appeared first on NYPD News. […]