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Sugar Mailed to Bratton's Office Sparks White Powder Scare at Police HQ

A woman mailed an envelope of sugar to the police commissioner so he could analyze it, sources said.

Coney Island »

New Rules Mean Less Pension Money for Officer Who Survived Arson Fire

Officer Rosa Rodriguez is the first officer affected by a 2009 change to NYPD and FDNY pensions.

Hunts Point »

Bratton Shifting 100 NYPD Commanders in Massive Shakeup

New bosses will be in charge of detectives and officers in several boroughs.

New York City »

Serious Crime Dips in NYC Amid Decline in 'Stop-and-Frisk,' Sources Say

Serious crime went down 2.2 percent during the first two months of 2014, NYPD statistics reveal.  

Civic Center »

NYPD Shakeup Claims Head of CompStat Office

Deputy Commissioner John Bilich is leaving the NYPD to work for Brooklyn's district attorney.

Civic Center »

Bill Bratton Begins Shakeup of NYPD Brass

The heads of the Detective Bureau and Internal Affairs were told they will be replaced, sources said.  

Civic Center »

Ray Kelly to Get 10-Officer Detail When He Leaves, Costing Taxpayers $1.5M

The outgoing NYPD commissioner has increased his security request from 6 to 10 officers, sources said.

Civic Center »

Ray Kelly to Stash De Blasio NYPD Transition Team in Trailer

The trailer at One Police Plaza will leave the team with little access to police headquarters.

Civic Center »

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.

Civic Center »

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.

New York City »

Stop-and-Frisks Have Done Little to Reduce Shootings, NYPD Data Show

Despite a dramatic rise in stop-and-frisks during the Bloomberg administration, shootings are the same.

Manhattan »

Caught on Tape: NYPD Ticket-Fixing Scandal

Murray Weiss describes what's heard on secretly recorded tapes of cops allegedly fixing tickets.

Manhattan »

Heard on Tape: Cops Trying to Fix Domestic Violence and DWI Raps

Murray Weiss reports the NYPD ticket-fixing scandal involves more than traffic violations.

Downtown »

Crumbling City Buildings Racked Up Hundreds of Violations — Report

Buildings owned by the city, from Police Headquarters to City Hall, have hundreds of open violations.

Manhattan »

Ticket-Fixing Scandal Looms Over NYPD

Murray Weiss reveals that as many as several hundred cops are involved in a ticket-fixing scandal threatening the NYPD.

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