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NYPD Deploying Hundreds More Officers in High-Crime Areas This Summer

There will be more than 300 officers reassigned to precincts with the most shootings.

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Driver Crashes Into Barricade at NYPD Headquarters, Police Say

A driver followed another car into a security checkpoint before hitting a barricade, police said.

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NYPD Union Blasts de Blasio Offer of No Retroactive Raises Despite UFT Deal

Patrolmen's Benevolent Association president Pat Lynch blasted the city's offer of no raises.

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NYPD's CompStat Creator Jack Maple May Have Street Renamed After Him

Maple died in 2001, after helping turn NY into one of the safest cities.

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NYPD's Highest Ranking Female Officer Tapped to Lead Community Affairs

Housing Bureau Chief Joanne Jaffe has been tapped to run the NYPD's Community Affairs Bureau.

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Transgender Groups Protest Handling of Islan Nettles' Death

The Manhattan District Attorney's office and the NYPD say the investigation is ongoing.

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Posting NYPD Detectives Overseas Has Been a Waste, Federal Officials Say

The program started by Raymond Kelly doesn't help prevent terror attacks, critics say.

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Gun of NYPD Officer Killed in Iraq Passed to Family Friend

Commissioner Kelly presented the gun of officer James McNaughton to Frank Dello Iacono on Monday.

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Bill Bratton to Inherit NYPD That's Fighting Rising Overall Crime Numbers

The incoming police commissioner will have to grapple with an uptick in major crime categories.

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Police Pored Over Hundreds of Tips and Video in Search for Avonte Oquendo

Investigators said they've looked at nearly 500 videos searching for the missing autistic teen.

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Latino Groups Ask Future Mayor to Hire Pineiro as NYPD Commissioner

They want the mayoral candidates to consider Rafael Pineiro for the position of police commissioner. 

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Traffickers Smuggled Hundreds of Guns Into NYC on Chinatown Buses, Cops Say

Gun smugglers used Chinatown buses to bring weapons from as far as South Carolina, cops said.

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Ray Kelly May Be Next to Leave NYPD

NYPD insiders believe the departure of Kelly's top confidante means the commissioner won't be far behind.

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NYPD Audit Finds Thousands of Crimes Were Downgraded

A more than two-year audit analyzed the way the NYPD collects and reviews its crime stats.

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Kelly Introduces Thomas M. Chan as New Chief of Community Affairs Bureau

Thomas Chan, 55, is a 31-year NYPD veteran who was promoted to chief in 2004.

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