NYPD

Churros
NYC has failed to reform its vending laws. Perhaps its elected officials should do something about that.
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New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio (right) announced that Dermot Shea (center) will be the next Commissioner of the New York Police Department, replacing James O'Neill (left).
He has a lot in common with his predecessor.
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A close-up of New York Police Department Commissioner James O’Neill.
NYC’s top cop since 2016 will be joining the private sector. Chief of Detectives Dermot Shea will be taking over.
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Police minding the subway entrance.
Experts and politicians say there are alternatives to more policing of subway fare beating.
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Gwen Carr, mother of Eric Garner, stands with Rev. Al Sharpton during a news conference outside of New York Police headquarters.
Legislators are pushing for transparent police records. The Police Benevolent Association argues that puts officers at risk.
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New York City Public Advocate Jumaane Williams.
Experts advocate minimizing police involvement in responding to mental health crises.
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Cuomo Bloomberg King
Rounding up the week’s political news.
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DNA being collected.
The pros and cons of New York City’s controversial collection of genetic data.
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NYPD car.
Facial recognition technology was used to identify a man who left rice cookers in the subway, causing terror concerns.
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A NYPD officer.
The PBA says officers have held back on arrests, but that doesn’t mean crime will go up.
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