The mayor's office is fighting a federal judge's ruling that found the NYPD violated rights.
Police had originally said that Natasha Martinez, 17, was attacked at random.
As borough president, though, Peter Vallone would be more like a cheerleader, he said.
The mayor called again for stronger federal and state gun laws to help curb gun violence in the city.
Commissioner Ray Kelly joined Grandmother's Love Over Violence at a rally in Bed-Stuy on Tuesday.
Thompson evoked Trayvon Martin, but cop unions feel he supports legal frisks.
NYPD insiders believe the departure of Kelly's top confidante means the commissioner won't be far behind.
In the wake of Quinn's complaints, the number of reserve ambulances has been increased.
EMS took 30 minutes to arrive when a City Council intern collapsed at a press conference.
Cops arrested a man connected to the shooting that wounded officer Jamil Sarwar, Ray Kelly said.
Five suspects tied up the 87-year-old woman in her home and took a Rolex, jewelry, and more, cops said.
A more than two-year audit analyzed the way the NYPD collects and reviews its crime stats.
The mayor and police commissioner presided over the cadet graduation ceremony at Barclays Center.
High-ranking law enforcement sources say arrogance and no transparency saddled NYPD with new rules.
Lawrence Mason, 52, who escaped custody over the weekend, was arrested on 112th Street Tuesday.
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