CBS reports that Police Commissioner James O’Neill says 9/11 is a difficult day for him and so many first responders across the Tri-State area.
Mayor Bill de Blasio, Police Commissioner James P. O’Neill, the Civilian Complaint Review Board (CCRB), tennis professional and Harlemite James Blake today announced the creation of the CCRB Fellowship program.
First Lady Chirlane McCray (pictured) and Police Commissioner James P. O’Neill today announced the City would be expanding its resources to combat sex trafficking in New York City.
By Schools Chancellor Carmen Fariña Like many New Yorkers, I was the first in my family to go to college.
Nearly two years after NYPD cop Randolph Holder was fatally shot by a reputed gangbanger, hundreds of uniformed officers and family members joined together Friday to rename the Queens street where he grew up in his honor.
A Harlem senior citizen gave Mayor de Blasio an earful during a town hall meeting Wednesday night, screaming at the top of her lungs for him to provide “service now” and finally fix the neighborhood’s rickety infrastructure.
Mayor Bill de Blasio (right), Police Commissioner James O’Neill and Schools Chancellor Carmen Fariña today announced that the 2016-17 school year was the safest school year on record, with an 18 percent decrease in major crime since the 2014-15 school year.
Mayor Bill de Blasio and First Lady Chirlane McCray today released the Domestic Violence Task Force Report, recommendations to reduce domestic violence in New York City.
A “deafening’’ Chelsea Explosion rocked Saturday night, injuring 29 people, blowing out scores of windows and forcing the evacuation of at least two buildings.
East Harlem residents say they’re fed up with drug dealings, shootings and murder happening in the community.
Mayor de Blasio and Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito announced today that the City’s enforcement of certain minor offenses, specifically giving officers the option of issuing a civil ticket instead of a criminal court summons under the Criminal Justice Reform Act (CJRA).
After two years of collaboration with the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) and the Nuclear Threat Initiative (NTI), the Health Department and NYPD announced today that major hospitals and universities in New York City will remove certain devices that contain radiologic material powerful enough to be used in a “dirty bomb” terror attack.
The NY Daily News reports that the city’s top cop continued a community outreach campaign Wednesday in an appearance at Riverside Church in Morningside Heights.
The NYPD began rolling its body camera program Thursday in the 34th police precinct — which spans the Washington Heights and Inwood neighborhoods — department officials told Patch.
New York City’s sustained reduction in violence and overall crime continued through March 2017, making this the safest first quarter in the modern Comstat-era from Harlem To Hollis.