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Categories: Command, Patrol, Procedures & Policies
Bratton Aims to Stay Step Ahead of Watchdogs

On the same day the inspector general for the police issued a report detailing deficiencies in how force is defined and tracked by the New York Police...
Categories: Patrol, Procedures & Policies

Officers, who have long been required to intervene when they see other officers using excessive force, will now face formal discipline, up to and including...
Categories: Procedures & Policies, Vehicle Ops
NYPD Wants to Replace its Scooter Fleet with Smart Cars

The NYPD wants to replace its fleet of three-wheeled scooters with Smart cars, which will be painted like NYPD cruisers and could roll out en masse later...
Categories: Command, Procedures & Policies, Training & Careers
Black Police Applicant Frustrated by NYPD's Opaque Hiring Process

Mr. Douglas, who does not have a criminal record, passed the police officer exam in 2011. He went through orientation and started undergoing the required...
Categories: Patrol, Procedures & Policies, Weapons

A senior NYPD official said one change under discussion was the expanded use of Taser stun guns, which are available to a small number of New York officers...
Categories: Patrol, Procedures & Policies, Training & Careers

Every New York Police Department officer will be retrained in the use of force following the death of a Staten Island man after an officer subdued him with...
Categories: Patrol, Procedures & Policies, Special Units, Technology, Training & Careers, Vehicle Ops, Weapons

The judge, Shira A. Scheindlin of Federal District Court in Manhattan, had ruled that the policy resulted in “the disproportionate and discriminatory...
Categories: Patrol, Procedures & Policies

A Brooklyn man who has accused three officers of assaulting him in a subway station gave his testimony in court today of the incident.
Categories: Patrol, Point of Law, Procedures & Policies, Weapons
NYPD Hopes More Potent Pepper Spray Will Lead to Fewer Police Shootings

The NYPD hopes a more potent pepper spray will lead to fewer police shootings — but some critics say the upgraded aerosol is a recipe for disaster.
Categories: Patrol, Procedures & Policies

The other bill will require officers to identify themselves with a business card listing their name, rank and command when they stop someone, and to state...

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