Providence refusing to offer police details at strip clubs
Arrest made in deadly California bowling alley shooting, police say
FBI arrests fired SC police chief charged with money laundering ...
Nominee to be Baltimore's next police leader withdraws
Police fire pepper balls to disperse unruly youths in Central Peoria
Police allege 'belligerent' DUI suspect threatens to kill officers-Allentown
Police shoot pit bulls attacking woman and her dog in NE Philadelphia in 2nd attack
Video: Civilians help Texas police save man from car engulfed in flames
Police: Drunken man fights officers, gets bitten by police dog
Jan 6th-Today, let all of New York remember NYPD Detective James Zadroga. He passed away from a respiratory disease he got during the rescue and recovery operations at the site of the 9/11 attacks on the World Trade Center. Last month the Zadroga Act reauthorization passed through Congress. Detective Zadroga's end of watch was on this day in 2006. Let us never forget NYPD's fallen finest
Assemblyman hits NYPD on rape data transparency, files brief in support of suit by media company seeking info
The NYPD needs a new code of ethics, not just for cops, but also for its top commanders and commissioners.
That’s the take-away from the corruption trial that concluded last week with the acquittal of former NYPD Deputy Insp. James Grant and the conviction of a self-proclaimed Hasidic liaison with the department, Jeremy Reichberg.
Ex-NYPD Deputy Inspector Acquitted of Taking Bribes in Return for ...
NYPD Investigates Reports of Gunshots Fired at Fulton Mall
NYPD: Woman Struck in Head by Ax in Coney Island
Brooklyn woman found with 'ax in her skull': authorities
NYPD: Crime Rate Citywide Again Hit Record Lows Over Past Year
Bandit gets cold feet during Astoria bank robbery attempt: NYPD
Man shot and killed outside Bronx building where he allegedly killed 2 women in 2004
New York Man Calls Police After An Eagle Attacked a Pigeon
Phony Cops Commit Robberies In Inwood, The Bronx, Police Say
What a perfect job by Police Officer Syed Ali when he was confronted by five juiced-up dirtbags on the subway platform Dec. 23.