Bill de Blasio Gets Lukewarm Welcome at NYPD Lunch Following Columbus Day Parade

October 14, 2014

Bill de Blasio gets lukewarm welcome at NYPD lunch following Columbus Day Parade At a holiday lunch honoring Italian-American cops, the mayor was booed by one heckler and received only a smattering […]

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De Blasio Spends Columbus Day Offering Kind Words, Praise In Effort To Woo Police

October 14, 2014

De Blasio Spends Columbus Day Offering Kind Words, Praise In Effort To Woo Police NEW YORK(CBSNewYork) — For Mayor De Blasio, Columbus Day festivities were spent wooing police. He offered kind words and […]

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Police Unions Continue to Appeal Order Calling for Body Cameras

September 25, 2014

Police Unions Continue to Appeal Order Calling for Body Cameras TWC News: Police Unions Continue to Appeal Order Calling for Body Cameras Play now Police unions are responding to NY1’s exclusive […]

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N.Y. Politicians Will Push to Extend 9/11 Care Act, but It’s a Tough Sell

September 8, 2014

N.Y. Politicians Will Push to Extend 9/11 Care Act, but It’s a Tough Sell Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand and Reps. Carolyn Maloney (D-Manhattan), Jerrold Nadler (D-Manhattan) and Pete King (R-L.I.) on Monday will […]

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NYPD Union Boss Says Bad Press Has Motivated Attacks on Police

July 31, 2014

NYPD Union Boss Says Bad Press Has Motivated Attacks on Police NEW YORK CITY — The president of the city’s detectives’ union believes recent attacks on police officers stem from escalating anti-NYPD criticism […]

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NYPD Detective Wounded in West Village Shootout Gets Hero’s Welcome in Queens

July 31, 2014

NYPD detective wounded in West Village shootout gets hero’s welcome in Queens Detective Mario Muniz was welcomed home by his wife, son and neighbors on Wednesday in Richmond Hills, Queens. The 45-year-old […]

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Shooting Injures Two U.S. Marshals, NYPD Detective In West Village

July 29, 2014

Police Commissioner William Bratton speaks near the scene.  A two-year manhunt for an alleged California sex offender ended in a shootout in Manhattan’s bustling Greenwich Village on Monday, leaving two […]

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NYPD Graduates Diverse Class of Cops, Who Will Work in City’s Roughest Areas

July 1, 2014

NYPD graduates diverse class of cops, who will work in city’s roughest areas The 607 graduates form one of the most diverse classes in the NYPD’s history. Fifty-one percent of the […]

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36 Brave, Tenacious NYPD Cops Honored at Medal Day

June 11, 2014

36 Brave, Tenacious NYPD Cops Honored at Medal Day Award winners included Bronx Officer Juan Pichardo, who was bound, pistolwhipped and shot in the thigh by car dealership robbers; and detectives […]

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A.G. Schneiderman Announces Program to Provide Bulletproof Vests to NYS Police Departments

June 10, 2014

New York, NY) Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman today unveiled the inVEST Partnership, a new statewide program that offers law-enforcement agencies the opportunity to purchase bulletproof vests for sworn officers. The […]

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