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The NYPD commissioner said he will likely leave before 2021, the end of a potential second term.  

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Politicians and community leaders say the resignation of Philip Banks is a blow to NYPD reform efforts.

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The latest data from police show that illegal gun recoveries have reached a new low.

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If the mayor were forced to choose between Sharpton and Bratton, Sharpton would win, insiders say.

Crown Heights »

The owners of Chop Chop Grub Shop say they regret putting up the sign that sparked outrage on the web.

Downtown Brooklyn »

Dozens of Brooklyn prosecutors are evaluating pending charges on a "case-by-case" basis, the DA said.

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Shootings are up 8 percent this year, but the NYPD got some respite with fewer incidents this week.  

Bed-Stuy »

Deputy Inspector Scott Henderson wants to rebuild the bonds between the community and police.

Long Island City »

The mayor promoted universal pre-K, affordable housing, and a living wage in his speech.

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Vowing to mend police and community relations, Bratton took over as the 42nd commissioner of the NYPD.

Prospect Heights »

The Civilian Complaint Review Board started a disciplinary trial for Officer Roman Goris last week.

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Bill Bratton, who helped the city see record crime drops in the 1990s, will replace Raymond Kelly.

Bed-Stuy »

The mayor praised the appeals court decision to halt Judge Shira Scheindlin's order to install a monitor.

Clifton »

Part of the legendary rap group that put Staten Island on the map, U-God still loves New York.

Mott Haven »

The groups, which have recently stepped up their Bronx patrols, focus on stop-and-frisk.