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The NYPD is suffering a staffing hit amid the coronavirus — over 6,000 officers are reportedly out sick, and over 1,400 employees have tested po...
More than 1,400 NYPD employees have reportedly tested positive for the coronavirus, and over 6,000 officers are out sick.
New York City police will force people off crowded subway cars to enforce social distancing, even as trains fill to the brim with essential workers
Mayor Bill de Blasio made the announcement on a local news station Monday morning, even as straphangers reported packed commutes.
Major crime rates in New York City and Los Angeles are dropping as more people stay indoors during the coronavirus outbreak
The number of serious felonies and arrests has reportedly gone down in NYC and LA as city streets empty out and more people stay inside.
New York police addressed rampant social-media rumors that the NYC subway system will shut down amid the novel-coronavirus pandemic
Viral disinformation texts and tweets suggested that New York City may shut down the subway system and encouraged recipients to panic buy.
Like Trump in the White House, Bloomberg used his time as mayor power to push through policies — often illegal — that he decided were a good idea.
In one incident a gunmen walked into the 41st precinct in the Bronx and shot an officer. Mayor Bill de Blasio condemned the attacks.
The NYPD app will pool officers' notes into a central system where other officers will be able to access them.
Jewish New Yorkers appear to have faced daily anti-Semitic attacks over Hanukkah, and the incidents are in tune with a concerning global rise.
Authorities say a teen girl staged her own kidnapping in the Bronx, after a dramatic footage showed her being taken in front of her mom
Karol Sanchez and her mother were walking to a relative's house when four men forced the teen into a beige sedan, according to surveillance footage.
If Mike Bloomberg wants to move on from ‘stop and frisk,’ he should put his money where his mouth is
The former New York mayor apologized for "stop and frisk." The tens of thousands arrested on low-level marijuana charges still suffer the consequences.