Good news for taxpayers: Though the NYPD initially said it would need $35 million to protect then-President-elect Trump, his family, and Trump Tower between Election Day and Inauguration Day, it actually managed the feat for $24 million, according to a letter from police commissioner James P. O'Neill asking Congress to...
Police are hoping the public can help them identify a man who was accused of public lewdness on a subway train last week. [ more › ]
An NYPD traffic agent illegally used his position with the department to steer customers to his police supply shop while he was supposed to be doing grunt work like writing parking tickets, officials said Wednesday. Wilfredo Vega Jr.’s wrongdoing during 2014 and 2015 came to light in part through an Internal Affairs Bureau investigation tied...
A NYPD captain has sued the city for denying him a disability pension after the city says he suffers from PTSD due to combat in Iraq.
He is hanging up his skinny jeans after 25 years on the force, including memorable encounters during Occupy Wall Street.
The NYPD just gave Lady Liberty a big high five.
Opal Gordon won the settlement after cops denied a sign-language interpreter while she was jailed overnight in the Bronx.
The NYPD has arrested several bicycling teens on Staten Island after complaints of reckless bike riding surfaced on social media. [ more › ]
The incident occurred last week, on February 16th, around 2 p.m. The NYPD says an unidentified man "approached the 66 year-old female inside Century 21 Department Store, located at 22 Cortlandt Street, and used his hand to touch her in her pelvic area." [ more › ]
A Muslim woman says she was paraded around a police station by cops who snapped photos of her after ordering she take off her hijab.
Talk about a not so suspicious package.
An off-duty NYPD cop accused of attacking a subway train conductor tried to deflect blame for the bizarre incident, court papers show.
A worker making a food delivery to a Bronx apartment building earlier this month was viciously attacked by two people who took his cellphone and money. Police are still searching for the two robbery suspects, and the NYPD now is hoping the public can help track them down. [ more › ]
“It’s no surprise that they are abandoning this idea,” said Christopher Dunn, the NYCLU’s associate legal director.
A man asked his Facebook friends for Linda Sarsour’s address so he could 'spit in her face,' officials said Tuesday.
THE NYPD IS making herstory, with two uniformed women running a bureau for the first time.
An cop who fatally shot a bystander has resigned from the NYPD — too distraught to remain on the force.
Emily Dearden first told investigators she was knocked unconscious by an intruder the night her husband was shot in their suburban New York City home
An NYPD sergeant was driven to suicide when his supervisors stuck him on the midnight shift, according to a new lawsuit.
A New York Police Department psychologist who told detectives she was knocked unconscious by an intruder on the night her husband was shot has pleaded guilty to attempted assault. Westchester … Click to Continue »