Groups that helped elect de Blasio say his comments on police and minority relations lag behind policy.
The law would require officers to identify themselves and explain why an individual was being stopped.
Mott Haven locals said the cameras will help improve relations between the neighborhood and the police.
At the same time, the Quinnipiac survey says New Yorkers are in favor of aggressive police tactics.
Serious crime went down 2.2 percent during the first two months of 2014, NYPD statistics reveal.
Bill de Blasio announced new training protocols during a press conference with Bill Bratton Thursday.
Reform advocates collected signatures from New Yorkers Saturday to expedite proposed changes.
The city will drop the appeal once a federal court approves proposed reforms to the police tactic.
Nearly two-thirds of voters are optimistic about the next four years even as they're divided over issues.
The city will file a motion to vacate a federal judge's ruling, according to the city Law Department.
Judge Shira Scheindlin, who ordered a federal monitor for the NYPD, was also removed from the case.
Things between Bill de Blasio and Joe Lhota got tense over charges of a race baiting political ad.
The Democratic mayoral nominee made a brief stop at the 77th Precinct Community Council meeting Monday.
Insiders say the Republican mayoral candidate's anemic poll numbers are keeping supporters away.
The GOP mayoral candidate said frontrunner Bill de Blasio has no idea how to properly keep the city safe.
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