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yesterday at 14:45. Facebook
NYPD Sergeant Tong and Police Officer Green of the 23 Precinct in East Harlem don’t just keep NYC safe. Let's thank them for their service to America and the City.
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01/17/2017 at 17:40. Facebook
“The officers’ training and experience was put to good use that night, as it is every night." - Sergeant Dixon, 62 Precinct Anti-Crime team
NYPD officers in Bensonhurst,
Brooklyn recovered more than 20 pounds of marijuana recently after they investigated a vehicle with its licence plate covered. Police Officers Lavelle and Notaro of the 62 Precinct’s Anti-Crime team were on patrol in the...
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01/16/2017 at 19:15. Facebook
THANK YOU FOR SERVING OUR COUNTRY & OUR CITY
“This becomes a family and you don’t want to leave the family,” said Police Officer Ollis. “I’ll miss the people I work with and being there for other people.”
Police Officer Thomas Ollis, the NYPD’s last active officer who is a Vietnam veteran, retired last Friday. Officer Ollis walked out of the precinct to a grand round of applause from family,...
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01/15/2017 at 14:30. Facebook
NEIGHBORHOOD COORDINATION OFFICERS APPREHEND ARMED ROBBERY SUSPECT
Officers in Canarsie apprehended an armed robbery suspect Friday, minutes after the crime took place.
Neighborhood Coordination Officers Javier Solis and Christopher Reiff of the 69 Precinct were completing an unrelated report when a robbery victim approached them.
The teenaged victim told the two officers that he was just...
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01/14/2017 at 15:00. Facebook
"At that point I had a good idea that there might be a gun," said Sergeant Saitep after he and his team investigated at a car stop.

Bronx Finest recovered a 9mm handgun and a box of ammunition during a car stop last week. Sergeant Saitep and Police Officers Pichardo and Crawford of the 41 Precinct Anti-Crime team observed a car driving erratically at the intersection of Prospect Avenue and...
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01/14/2017 at 00:43. Facebook
Thousands came from near and far today to honor a true New York City hero, Detective First Grade Steven McDonald. Detective McDonald will live on through all the people he touched and through the men and women of his NYPD family. We will #NeverForget.

"Steven’s was a life that underscores why most people decide to become police officers: Cops want to make a difference. Cops want to do good....
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01/13/2017 at 15:19. Facebook
Family, friends and fellow cops come together today to lay to rest Detective First Grade Steven McDonald. An inspiration to us all, we will never forget him.
Join us in honoring Detective McDonald inside St. Patrick's Cathedral: [ Nypdnews.com Link ]
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01/12/2017 at 15:23. Facebook
BRONX FINEST SAVE OVERDOSE VICTIM
Police Officers Gunnwelsh and Musacchio responded to a suspected narcotics overdose and when the officers arrived at the residence they observed an unconscious man in a confined area between a couch and the wall. A witness shared with the officers that the man had taken unknown pills.

Recognizing that the man needed immediate medical attention, Officer...
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01/11/2017. Facebook
“The award has my name on it but when I push out onto the ice I bring every police officer who has ever given their life, their bodies, to protect our city above and beyond. It’s so much more than Steven McDonald.”

Since 1987, The Steven McDonald Extra Effort Award has been presented each season to the Rangers player who goes above and beyond the normal call of duty. It is named after...
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01/10/2017. Facebook
This afternoon NYPD Detective First Grade Steven McDonald passed away while in the comforting presence of his family, friends, and colleagues. Detective McDonald was shot while patrolling Central Park on July 12, 1986 and was left paralyzed.
Detective McDonald constantly visited his fellow NYPD cops and traveled across the world to spread his message of hope, courage, forgiveness, and...
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01/10/2017. Facebook
Our thoughts and prayers are with the Orlando Police Department and the family of Master Sergeant Debra Clayton. Master Sergeant Clayton was shot and killed Monday morning while she was protecting the community she served.
Tragically, the Orange County Sheriff's Office, Florida also lost a deputy in the line of duty Monday morning. Deputy First Class Norman Lewis died due to injuries he...
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01/09/2017. Facebook
NYPD COPS SAVE DISTRAUGHT MAN ON BRIDGE
Sergeant Wierzchowska and Police Officer Altaf were attending roll call in late December when a fellow officer approached them about a 911 call regarding a distraught man that he saw on his Department smartphone. Sergeant Wierzchowska and Officer Altaf quickly responded to the scene on East 169th Street and Park Avenue in Manhattan where they saw a man...
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01/08/2017. Facebook
TAKING ILLEGAL GUNS OFF THE STREETS OF NYC - THAT'S #NYPDprotecting
The men and women of the NYPD continually go into harm's way and take illegal guns off the streets to keep the people of New York City safe. Here's a few we have taken over the past few months.
NYPD
01/08/2017. Facebook
Some members of the NYPD like the snow more than others. Thanks to K9 Timoshenko & all of NY's Finest keeping NYC safe tonight.
NYPD
01/07/2017. Facebook
“Becoming a New York City police officer was my dream!” said Officer Lauren Amin.

Officer Amin recently graduated from the NYPD Police Academy along with more than 430 other officers. The officers come from a variety of backgrounds being united in one goal - to join the NYPD and protect the people of New York City.

Officer Amin, now assigned to PSA 7 (NYPD Housing Bureau) in the Bronx, is a...
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01/06/2017. Facebook
Meet NYC's Newest Protectors
438 recruits swore an oath Thursday to uphold the constitution before entering six months of the Finest training that will ensure they will have what it takes to keep the greatest city in the world safe.

Read more about this history making academy class: [ Nypdnews.com Link ]
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01/05/2017. Facebook
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01/04/2017. Facebook
NYC IS SAFE
It is safe due to the dedicated work of the men and women of the NYPD.
It is also due to our dedication to working with the communities we have promised to protect.

“Our Neighborhood Policing program has enabled us to fight crime, address the community’s concerns, and build trust," said Police Commissioner O'Neill. "In 2016, we had laser like precision in tackling gangs, with...
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01/03/2017. Facebook
OFFICERS RESCUE MAN IN HUDSON RIVER
"I saw a man in the water, and it's cold, so I am thinking hypothermia. My first instinct was to get him out of the water and make sure he gets warm." Police Officer Groger.

Officers Groger and Etter were patrolling the Upper West Side of Manhattan last week when they responded to a 911 call about a man in distress in the Hudson River. The officers rushed...
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01/02/2017. Facebook
2017 NYPD Canine Calendar
The New York City Police Foundation is very proud to introduce the first NYPD K9 Calendar.

Read more and find out how to get your copy here: [ Nycpolicefoundation.org Link ]