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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First Day On The Job For NYPD’s First-Ever Inspector General

May 27, 2014

First Day On The Job For NYPD’s First-Ever Inspector General NEW YORK (CBSNewYork/AP) – Tuesday marked day one on the job for the NYPD’s new watchdog. Philip Eure, 52, a former […]

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NYPD Commissioner Bill Bratton is Quizzing Cops About Their Jobs

May 27, 2014

NYPD Commissioner Bill Bratton is Quizzing Cops About Their Jobs The voluntary survey contains 33 questions and allows cops to answer anonymously. The survey was sent out to cops and is […]

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“NYPD Inspector General to start work next week, have a staff of 43”

May 23, 2014

NYPD Inspector General to Start Work Next Week, Have a Staff of 43 Philip Eure Will Serve as The Inspector General for The New York City Police Department. The NYPD’s new […]

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Dozens of New York City Unions Back Health-Care Plan

May 6, 2014

Dozens of New York City Unions Back Health-Care Plan Mayor Bill de Blasio Says Proposal Will Save $3.4 Billion   The Municipal Labor Committee, an umbrella group of New York City unions, […]

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EXCLUSIVE: Chief Transferring 67 top NYPD Cops in Major Shakeup

March 17, 2014

EXCLUSIVE: Chief transferring 67 top NYPD cops in major shakeup   ‘It’s Bratton’s way,’ a source says. ‘He comes in, reviews personnel, then makes his moves. A lot of the moves were […]

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“Bias Profiling” Bill

June 30, 2013

By  Kirstan Conley The NYPD detectives union threatened to revoke its endorsement of any City Council member who supports the “bias profiling” bill up for a vote tonight. “Any legislator […]

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NYPD unions blast bill they say will bar cops from using race, gender to go after suspects

June 20, 2013

Police unions in New York City are blasting a piece of legislation they say will handcuff them, by preventing cops from using little more than the color of a suspect’s […]

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Cops say new bill will blindfold and handcuff them

June 19, 2013

Cops might as well wear blindfolds if the City Council passes a bill that would let them use little more than the color of a suspect’s clothing in descriptions — […]

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Civil Service: Detectives Endowment Association Court Victory Against City in Salary Dispute

April 30, 2013

DEA challenged a Board of Collective Bargaining ruling on the union’s complaint that detectives were unfairly paid less than police officers By Reuven Blau / NEW YORK DAILY NEWS   More than 700 […]

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