For the first time in the city’s history, Mayor de Blasio today announced that new Mental Health Teams of Emergency Medical Services (EMS) health professionals and mental health crisis workers.
The City is beginning the next phase of intensive community engagement to develop a concrete set of additional, new reforms that will allow police to better serve residents, Mayor Bill de Blasio announced today.
Police on Tuesday, October 21st, 2020, paid tribute to Randolph Holder, an NYPD detective who was killed exactly five years ago while pursuing a suspect in East Harlem.
Senator Brad Hoylman sent a letter to NYPD Commissioner Dermot Shea on Monday, September 28 calling for the enforcement of a face covering the requirement for all NYPD officers.
Mayor Bill de Blasio today announced New York City’s plan to fulfill The Obama Foundation pledge to address the use of force in policing.
Over 50 nonprofit organizations – including social justice and advocacy organizations, religious congregations, and nonprofits providing vital education, health, housing, youth development.
Mayor de Blasio today announced new reforms to the NYPD’s disciplinary system.
Mayor de Blasio today announced a new body camera footage release policy to promote transparency and accountability.
New York City should “follow the lead” of Minneapolis, which recently disbanded its police force, mayoral candidate and Council Speaker Corey Johnson said Tuesday.
A 14-year NYPD veteran who served a Harlem precinct is the latest member of the police department to die of the new coronavirus, which has killed thousands of New York City residents.
The NYPD and New York City Police Foundation today announced the purchase of 150,000 masks, 150,000 gloves and 150,000 packets of hand sanitizer for police officers on the front lines of protecting the public during the coronavirus pandemic.
Mayor Bill de Blasio today appointed Jessica Tisch as Commissioner of the Department of Information Technology and Telecommunications (DoITT).
Patch reports that a high profile stories of powerful men accused of sexually assaulting women have encouraged more people to report rapes — including those that happened years ago, police officials said Monday.