NYPD Officer Dies 2 Days After Being Shot In Queens

May 5, 2015

NYPD Officer Dies 2 Days After Being Shot In Queens NEW YORK (CBSNewYork/AP) — An NYPD officer died Monday, two days after being shot in the head while sitting in an unmarked squad car […]

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Gov. Cuomo Under Fire for Being No-Show at State Police Memorials

May 4, 2015

Gov. Cuomo Under Fire for Being No-Show at State Police Memorials NEW YORK — Gov. Andrew Cuomo is under fire from union leaders, law enforcement officials and relatives of slain officers for […]

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Bratton Optimistic That He’ll Be Able to Hire More Cops This Year

April 9, 2015

Bratton Optimistic That He’ll Be Able to Hire More Cops This Year The city’s top cop insisted Sunday that he’s still holding out hope of hiring more officers this year, even […]

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Detectives Union Ratifies Contract with City Hall

February 18, 2015

Detectives union ratifies contract with City Hall The New York City Detectives Endowment Association ratified its seven-year contract with the de Blasio administration Friday evening, bringing two of the city’s five […]

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Michael Palladino interviews with Geraldo Rivera

January 15, 2015

Michael Palladino interviews with Geraldo Rivera Gerald Rivera, 1-14 – WABC Radio Mayor Rudy Giualini joins Geraldo and defends NYPD Commissioner Bratton from the NY Times Editorial suggesting that maybe […]

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Detectives Endowment Association on NY1 – New York, NY

January 15, 2015

Detectives Endowment Association on NY1 – New York, NY NY1 1/14/2015 10:36:37 AM: …been highly critical of the nypd. there was small gathering that included members of the clergy and eric garner’s mother who prayed for […]

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Michael Palladino on WOR-AM (Radio) – New York, NY

January 9, 2015

Michael Palladino on WOR-AM (Radio) – New York, NY WOR 1/9/2015 3:03:54 AM: …rest for GW why the drop in overall crime as city officials wondering where the police officers upset with the Mir […]

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New York City and 8 Labor Unions Reach Tentative Contract

December 10, 2014

New York City and 8 Labor Unions Reach Tentative Contract Mayor Bill de Blasio announced an agreement on Tuesday night with a coalition of eight labor unions representing 12,000 high-ranking officers, marking his […]

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New York City Police Officer Won’t Face Criminal Charges in Eric Garner Death

December 4, 2014

New York City Police Officer Won’t Face Criminal Charges in Eric Garner Death Garner Died in July After Being Restrained in an Alleged Police Chokehold Protests erupted around New York City after a […]

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Next Week NYC Cops Will Treat Weed Like A Speeding Ticket

November 11, 2014

Next Week NYC Cops Will Treat Weed Like A Speeding Ticket The NYPD will stop arresting tens of thousands of New Yorkers for misdemeanor marijuana possession, and will instead issue summonses to those […]

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