On the Beat With NYPD’s Rookie Class- From 2011
Photos from Operation Impact, a program that sends untested officers into New York’s most dangerous neighborhoods.
A Cop's Life: Rookie To Retiree In 20 Years- from May 2006
The typical NYPD career takes a well-trod course. You go to school, you get assigned to a random post somewhere in the five boroughs, you do a few years there, then you make detective or take a civil service test and become a sergeant.
NYPD: A City and Its Police-SEPTEMBER 24, 2000
The authors talked about their book, NYPD: A City and Its Police: The Inside Story of New York’s Legendary Police Department and responded to audience telephone calls.
Sharpshooters in the Bedroom, SWAT in the Front Yard: Watching the Police Surround the Tree of Life Synagogue
During Nicholas Young's trial, the jury was shown a photo of Young wearing a Nazi uniform, a photo of a woman carrying a "God bless Hitler" sign, and a dirtied Israel flag Young allegedly used as a doormat.
Young, a former patrol officer in the D.C. region's Metrorail system, wasn't on trial for hate crimes. Instead, he was charged with attempting to provide support to the Islamic State terror group.
FOX 13 News - Tampa Bay
October 4 at 8:22 PM · MALTESE RESCUED FROM FLOODING: The Humane Society of Missouri's Disaster Response Team rescued a pup that had been floating on a couch for a week. Its owner was out of state when Florence hit and couldn't get home to rescue the dog. STORY: https://bit.ly/2NqXijI