He also commended the NYPD for its efforts in reducing crime. "They've led the way in community based policing. They proven the broken ...
Go Get The Sessions!! The lying Marxist Tools trying to restrain the NYPD just like Democrats of the past, to destroy a great city built on the blood sweat and tears of the cops the past 20 years!!-APN
When you viciously beat someone down in a gang assault, it ain't "Keeping it Real" or just kids being mischievous.......IT IS A FELONY. Glad to see justice served!-APN
The Commie NY Times upset cops can view the video before filling out paperwork???
Some of these encounters are high stress situations where it is typical to suffer some memory loss. THE VIDEO IS WHAT IT IS - the truth!!!!
You commie pricks wanted this in your delusional belief that police officers are running around violating people's rights and killing minorities.
IT HAS BACKFIRED ON YOU and has shown the TRUTH instead.
That these people making these outlandish claims are LIARS.
Keep the program now! We have nothing to hide.
Provides tons of entertainment on Youtube and leads to the arrests of these lying POS.
MIDDLETOWN, Del. — A man suspected of shooting and killing a Delaware state trooper outside a convenience store remained barricaded early Thursday inside his house, where he fired shots at officers as they tried to negotiate a peaceful surrender, police said.
Cpl. Stephen J. Ballard, 32, was shot several times about 12:10 p.m. Wednesday after he approached a vehicle in the parking lot of a Wawa convenience store near Bear.
Fallen NYPD auxiliary officers to be honored; Eugene Marshalik and Nicholas Pekearo were gunned down in Greenwich Village
A former New York City police officer who served about 12 years in prison for robbing drug dealers and dealing cocaine in the 1980s and 1990s was arrested Monday on charges of violating a criminal protective order.
Michael Dowd, 56, of East Islip, N.Y., repeatedly contacted a 46-year-old Connecticut woman via Facebook Messenger even after a New York judge ordered him in 2016 to have no contact with the woman, according to an arrest warrant obtained by Connecticut State Police. The woman lives in Stafford.
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NYPD COOPERATING WITH OTHER PDs, PRIVATE SECURITY: In the NYPD’s ongoing anti-terrorism battle, local security officials have met with other departments and together are reaching out to private organizations to enhance their efforts. Expanding the local police agency’s effort nationally was revealed by NYPD Commissioner James O’Neill, sources reported.
According to one published report, the NYPD is always on the alert to try to clue in other police departments to strategies it has developed so the hoped-for beneficial outcomes can be spread around.
At the present time, the move to spread local helpful strategies from one police agency to another and then spread it out to private agencies, has gone national. NYPD Commissioner O’Neill announced that the strategy, known as NYPD SHIELD, had emerged on the wake of the Sept. 11, 2001 terror attacks and was structured to give the local department a way to communicate with private security agencies virtually anywhere and deal with any magnitude of threats, large or small.
In less than 24 hours, we’ll be rallying on the steps of City Hall in New York to demand an end to the nonstop barrage of NYPD and federal “gang” raids across the city. After that, we’re marching to the US Attorney’s Office and then a noise demo in front of MCC prison.
In a country where 61% of the citizenry supports marijuana legalization, you'd think that police would know better than to try and impress the populace with small weed busts. But time and again, they proudly pose with their little baggies of pot for a tweet or Facebook post, only to be roasted to a crisp by commenters.
The latest entry in this pantheon of glorious self-owns comes courtesy of none other than the NYPD — specifically, officers of the 106th Precinct in Ozone Park, Queens. It seems they took down a dealer who was packing a few grams of bud as well as a couple of machetes and... a can of Monster Energy drink.
One less marijuana dealer on our streets thanks to Officers Sardone and Winter.
Apparently the tweet didn't get as much traction as the precinct would have liked. They retweeted themselves after the photo was first posted.
Probably not the best move: Almost everyone who replied mocked them for gloating about an arrest for something that few consider a crime anymore.@NYPD106Pct @DmDeShazo Looks like officer Sardone and Winter were upset when they found out weed wasn't actually $20 a gram
@Cprids @NYPD106Pct I don't see the 106 stopping or helping its 2-6 sexual assaults daily in its district tho yikes
@NYPD106Pct The can of monster is a whole lot deadlier than the lettuce homie.
@NYPD106Pct You are not heroes, and the public is not on your side in busting marijuana sellers.
@NYPD106Pct This who y'all caught?
@NYPD106Pct saving the world from absolutely nothing. good job tho
@NYPD106Pct "marijuana dealer" holds about the same weight as "cotton candy distributor" in this tweet for some reason
@NYPD106Pct very brave of the 106th precinct to employ two adult virgins
@IbrahimNur10 @NYPD106Pct They look so new I think the cops bought them on the way back to the precinct to pad the evidence.
@NYPD106Pct Y'all out here bustin people for medicine. Petty.
@NYPD106Pct "let's put those crocodile dundee knives we got on ebay by these dub sacks we got off that 21 year old kid
@NYPD106Pct They must of smoked the other half, because they thought they accomplished something substantial
@NYPD106Pct Try fighting a real crime
@NYPD106Pct lmao weed is still illegal over there?
@NYPD106Pct You know the guy wielding swords ain't talking
@NYPD106Pct Oh wow, a Marijuana dealer, scary
@NYPD106Pct You guys just ended the drug war.
@NYPD106Pct sorry but this is Extremely Dumb
@NYPD106Pct They really fucked up tweeting this
@NYPD106Pct send nudes
Maybe it's time for cops to reconsider how they use social media to court praise for doing their jobs. At least Sardone and Winter can count on accolades if they continue to "aggressively enforce" noise statutes and impound motorcycles.
Warm weather=noise complaints. We will aggressively enforce this nusance as we just did by confiscating this eq. and summonsing the owner.
Reckless motorcycle drivers over the weekend, results in two seizures. These bikes are now in our garage.
“I’ve had friends who are police officers, and there’s a lot of fear on both sides,” Vaughn said of the project.
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Special Christopher Awards will be presented to honor the outstanding public service of two remarkable people at the 68th annual Christopher Awards ceremony here on Tuesday, May 16th. Patti Ann McDonald, widow of NYPD Detective Steven McDonald, will receive the Christopher Leadership Award, and pediatric rehabilitation doctor Chuck Dietzenwill receive the James Keller Award.
A dead body was pulled out of the Hudson River Tuesday morning, authorities said. The remains were discovered around 9:30 a.m. in the water near Manhattan’s Pier 90, which runs...
Another example of city government protecting criminals. THEY ARE CRIMINAL TRESPASSERS, when you arrest them for crimes they need to go back to their countries. WHAT WOULD MEXICO DO TO AN AMERICAN WHO DID THIS IN MEXICO??? -APN
People don't organize and protest like this unless there is big money and organizers behind them. It is obvious that elite's like Soros, with his countless Marxist groups, are behind it. With their useful idiots.-APN
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A teenager who stole cash from a newsstand in Manhattan on Monday was electrocuted by the third rail of a subway track when he fled cops
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Physician-assisted suicide endangers the weak and marginalized in society. ... By the same token, physician-assisted suicide threatens to fundamentally distort the doctor–patient relationship because it reduces patients' trust of doctors and doctors' undivided commitment to the life and health of their patients.
Police Monday night released survalliance footage of a pair of men putting a victim into a chokehold and stealing $20 from him, the NYPD says.
Almost any American can tell you where they were and what they were doing on that sunny September morning. That morning that I woke up for kindergarten my life changed forever. My mother dropped me and my sister off at school and before I knew it, I was getting pulled out of class. I was so confused as why I was going home when I just got there.
My dad was a New York City Firefighter. I grew up going to firehouse Christmas parties and having my dad come into school to teach fire safety. I thought he had the coolest job in the world. As a kid, I always knew that my dad’s job was dangerous but I knew that he would never let that stop him. Nothing stopped him on the day of those awful attacks on our country.
I can vividly remember watching the World Trade Centers up in flames on my '90s television set with the antennae sticking out of it. Although, I was very young, I was able to grasp onto the fact that something terrible had happened and that my dad would potentially be responding to this fire. I sat and prayed with my sister, mom and grandmother hoping that my dad would come home safely.
A day later my dad arrived home covered in ashes. I couldn’t be more grateful that I was one of the lucky ones to have their loved one come home all in one piece. But, since that day, my family has changed. As I got older, I realized that my dad experienced something that no human should ever have to go through. He lost good friends who he’s known for years, his health was at risk and he always felt guilty about surviving that day.
After the attacks of 9/11, my dad helped clean up all that was left behind of the buildings…including body parts. This took a huge toll on my dad’s emotional and physical health. Even over a decade later my dad is still going to doctor appointments to make sure his lungs are in good shape. He had many good friends get sick post-9/11 and I could see it scared him. Even though he came home all in one piece that day, I know he left a huge part of him at the World Trade Center.
From stories and friendships that my dad has shared with me, it is an understatement to say that the New York City Fire Department was more of a brotherhood than just people he worked with. The attacks of 9/11 led to my dad losing a lot of friends whether it was in the attack or years later due to post 9/11 illnesses.
My dad loved the job more than anything. He grew up knowing that he was destined to be a firefighter. He lived to help people. My dad’s prior experience of being in the United States Marine Corps is what I believe what shaped him into such a courageous and brave man. He goes out of his way no matter what unpredictable circumstances he might face.
I know my dad has seen things from that day that has changed him forever. Even though he has been retired for some time now, he wishes every day that he could be back on the job. Growing up with a parent as a firefighter who witnessed the attacks of 9/11 makes me reflect on how lucky I am to have a parent who is willing to put their life at risk to save civilians.
To the kids who grew up with a parent who witnessed this horrific attack, whether they were a bystander, a person who worked in the World Trade Centers, or one of the many first responders, tell them you love them every day. We live in a world where terrorist attacks can happen at any moment. You never know when you’ll be speaking your last words to someone that you love.
Growing up with a dad who went through this devastating day made me appreciate my amazing city even more. But, one of the more important things that I’ve learned from this experience is to always remind my dad how much I love him and how much I appreciate his job because those are the true superheroes in my life.
Houston, Texas – East Baton Rouge Deputy Nick Tullier’s fiance, Danielle Mcnicoll, posted an update on his condition.
For those unfamiliar with the details of the attack, on July 17th, six officers were ambushed by an anti-police terrorist at Hammond Aire Plaza, a shopping complex, just before 8:40 AM. The suspect scouted the area before police were called about a suspicious person carrying a rifle. Officers arrived on scene and within minutes were caught in a gun battle.
The suspect fired first, fatally wounding three officers. He shot one officer then wounded his partner who fell to the ground. A third officer came to the aid of the wounded officer and was shot multiple times during the attempt to help. All three died as a result of the gunshot wounds.
The suspect then turned and shot another officer then he moved to shoot two Sheriff’s Deputies who were investigating his car. Around 8:46 AM the SWAT Team responded and one officer took a shot from around 100 yards away, killing the suspect. The entire incident lasted under ten minutes.
Officer Montrell Jackson, 32 and Matthew Gerald, 41, both of the Baton Rouge Police Department, lost their life that day. Deputy Brad Garafola, 45, of the East Baton Rouge Sheriff’s office, also died from his injuries.
One officer wounded in the battle was East Baton Rouge Deputy Nick Tullier, who suffered gunshot wounds to the head, abdomen, and shoulder during the attack. Deputy Nick Tullier received four months of intensive treatment at Our Lady of the Lake before his family flew him to Houston for medical and rehabilitation treatment.
Progress since then has been very slow, with ups and downs.
For the latest update, I think it’s best if you read it in Danielle’s words:
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