The NYPD Is Finally Phasing Out the Service Revolver in 2018
The NYPD service revolver is officially a thing of the past, as the department is phasing them out completely by August 2018.
Meet Detective Tina Guerrero: The NYPD’s Only Female Counter Sniper
Detective Tina Guerrero is the only female counter sniper in the NYPD's elite Emergency Service Unit that handles hostage situations, presidential details and more.
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NYPD Patrol Officers to Wear Body Cameras by End of 2019
NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio has struck a deal with the city's largest police union to outfit all patrol officers with body cameras by the end of 2019.
NYPD Patrol Cars to be Outfitted with Bulletproof Window Inserts
All 3,813 of the NYPD's patrol vehicles will be outfitted with bullet-resistant window inserts in 2017 and 2018, the Mayor's office has announced.
New York City Crime Levels Reached Historic Low in 2016: NYPD
The NYPD has officially released its numbers, and according to the data, the New York City crime rate reached record lows in 2016.
NYPD Projects Record Low Number of Shootings in 2016
An NYPD official said shootings were down 12 percent overall from 2015, with around 1,000 being reported, a record low.
NYPD Makes $7.3M Ballistic Purchase From Safariland
The recent purchase from the NYPD includes 20,000 high-performance Delta 4 helmets, 12,000 Hardwire Type III armor plates, and 6,000 TAC PR plate racks.
Cop Cabs: Report Investigates NYPD ‘Legend’
The New York Police Department has sparingly used 'cop cabs' over the years, as Muckrock and Motherboard investigate the story.
New York Army National Guard Trains at NYPD Facility
The New York Army National Guard took part in urban combat training to prepare for deployment to the Joint Readiness Training Center later this year.