Port Authority cut elite cop presence significantly: sources
The Port Authority has cut its elite Emergency Service Unit — which protects major area airports, bridges and tunnels from potential terrorist strikes — by more than 30 percent in...
Cops arrest man for holding woman hostage for 3 months
A man held a woman in his Bronx apartment for about three months and threatened to kill her if she left, cops said. The 36-year-old victim told cops that Richard...
Cops arrest man after reportedly pouring gas on church steps
A man doused the steps of a Staten Island church there with gasoline — with children and parishioners still inside, according to police. Cops say would-be arsonist Willie Griggs, 32,...
Driver punches off-duty cop in road rage attack
A man punched an off-duty cop during a road rage incident in Chelsea early Sunday, cops said. The officer was in his car, with family and friends, on West 21st...
Man fights to keep drunk driver who killed his family locked up
Fifteen years in prison for killing three people is not long enough, according to a Long Island man who is fighting to keep the drunk driver who killed his mom...
Bonanno mobster Vinny Gorgeous moved from Colorado supermax prison called 'cleaner version of hell'
NYPD cop tips off Wis. police to man live streaming threat on officer's life — stopping potential murder attempt
NYPD officer Gregory Santora may have saved a fellow officer’s life — and he didn't even have to leave his home to do it.
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Anchorage police officers investigate the scene of an early morning ... The incident is the second time in a month an Alaska police officer has ...
Wearing Body Armor and charging officers
California police are taking on coaching roles to keep kids on path to ...
In the middle of Watts, a neighborhood in South Los Angeles that is still emotionally scarred from brutal anti-police riots in the 1960s, a group of kids and ...
NYPD Lieutenant Dies of 9/11-Related Cancer
NYPD Lt. Marci Simms saw the best in people and never became jaded, though her career confronted her with some of the world's worst horrors, including futilely searching for survivors at Ground Zero.
"She always looked at the good. Nobody was bad, everybody was good," said her sister, Susan Fosco, 63, of Oceanside. "She inspired me every step of my life."
Simms died Thursday at her home in Commack more than a year after being diagnosed with lung cancer. She was 51.
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