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Feb. 16, 2018 Police Sergeant Acquitted in Killing of Mentally Ill Woman
Jan. 10, 2018 New York Police Union Sues to Stop Release of Body Camera Videos


Dec. 20, 2017 In Iowa, Bill de Blasio Speaks, Chews and Tries to Lead (to the Left)
Nov. 10, 2017 Man Convicted of Murder in New York Police Officer’s Death
Nov. 9. 2017 In Closing Arguments, 2 Scenarios in Fatal Shooting of Officer
Nov. 6, 2017 Police Officer Found Not Guilty in Off-Duty Shooting of Unarmed Man
Nov. 2, 2017 Police Officer Ryan Nash Ended New York Rampage With 9 Bullets
Oct. 25, 2017 Spat Over a Sleeping Man Draws Police Into Cuomo and de Blasio’s Feud
Sept. 15, 2017

Police Release Body Camera Footage of Shooting Death in Bronx

July 12, 2017 Quotation of the Day: Police Mourn Slain Officer, as Do the Bronx Residents She Served
July 12, 2017 Mourners Gather to Honor Police Officer Killed in ‘Act of Madness’
July 11, 2017 For Women in Blue, a Grim Measure of Their Growing Role and Risks
July 11, 2017 De Blasio Back in New York After Much-Criticized Trip to Germany
July 7, 2017

Police Seek Motive in Bronx Officer’s Shooting, as Killer’s Sister Offers Perspective

July 6, 2017 Ex-Prisoner Finally Found Stability Before Killing Police Officer
July 6, 2017 Slain Police Officer, Mother of 3, Was Her Family’s ‘Warrior’
July 6, 2017 Police Officer Is ‘Murdered for Her Uniform’ in the Bronx (update)
July 5, 2017 Police Officer is "Murdered for her Uniform" in the Bronx
June 16, 2017 Brooklyn Teenager Charged as Adult in Dragging of Officer by Car
June 6, 2017 New York Police Officers Keep Vigil for Colleague Dragged by Car
June 5, 2017 New York Police Officer in Critical Condition After Being Dragged by Car
April 4, 2017 Man is sentenced to life without parole in killing of New York police officer
March 24, 2017 Records Leak in Eric Garner Case Renews Debate on Police Discipline
Mar. 7, 2017 Though Divided, Jury Delivers guilty Verdict in Murder of Police Officer
Feb. 1, 2017 New York Officers and Mayor Reach Deal for 12% Raise Over Five Years
Jan. 14, 2017 Officer’s Funeral Recalls a Rougher New York, and One Man’s Forgiveness


Nov. 11, 2016 Thousands Mourn Police Sgt. Fatally Shot in the Bronx
Nov. 5, 2016 Police Sergeant Fatally Shot in the Bronx; Another is Injured
Oct. 27, 2016 For real community policing, let cops do their job
Oct. 25, 2016 Staffing Change in Eric Garner Inquiry Pushes It Into ‘Strange Territory’
Oct. 15, 2016 De Blasio’s Police Reform Pledges May Burden His Re-election Bid
Oct. 15, 2016 De Blasio Calls for Change in Law That Blocks Release of Police Disciplinary Actions
July 9, 2016 After Dallas Police Killings New York to Step Up Precautions
June 15, 2016 Brooklyn Teenager Gets 19 Years to Life for Fire That Killed Officer
May 6, 2016 Brooklyn Teenager Convicted of Killing Officer in Mattress Fire
Mar. 24, 2016 Prosecutor Won’t Seek Prison for Peter Liang, Ex-Officer Convicted in Killing
Mar. 9, 2016 Officer in Ramarley Graham Shooting Won’t Face U.S. Charges
Feb. 6, 2016 Bronx Shootings Echo at Officer Liang’s Trial in Stairwell Killing
Feb. 5, 2016 Report on steps being taken by the City and NYPD to protect police officers who are accused in frivolous lawsuits.  Pat Lynch noted that the program was “a strong step in the right direction”  but that the jury was still out on its effectiveness.
Feb. 5, 2016 Following the shooting of hero POs Patrick Espeut and Diara Cruz, Pat Lynch spoke to the media from a conference room at Lincoln Hospital citing the dangers of vertical patrol and calling on the public to inform police of anyone that they know who has an illegal weapon.


Dec. 31, 2015 At St. Patrick’s, Sending Off a Fallen Detective, Soldier and Friend
Nov. 25, 2015 New York Police Officers Fill Courtroom as Man Is Charged in Their Colleague’s Death
Nov. 14, 2015 Panel Backs 1% Raises for New York Police Officers
Oct. 30, 2015 Quentin Tarantino Backlash Continues Among Police Groups
Oct. 8, 2015 Officer in James Blake Arrest Used Excessive Force, Panel Says
Oct. 2, 2015 Bratton, Tracking Police Use of Force, Aims to Stay Step Ahead of Watchdogs
Sept. 12, 2015 Officer Who Arrested James Blake Has History of Force Complaints
Sept. 11, 2015 James Blake’s Arrest Brings Swift Apologies From New York Officials
Aug. 6, 2015 Tentative Labor Pact Reached With New York Firefighters’ Union
July 30, 2015 New York Police Should Revise Body Camera Rules, Report Says
July 18, 2015 19 Police Officers in the Bronx Are Charged With Downgrading Crimes
July 7, 2015 Cuomo to Appoint Special Prosecutor for Killings by Police
June 5, 2015 Patrick Lynch, Police Union Chief Who Fought de Blasio, Wins a 5th Term
June 3, 2015 De Blasio Calls New York ‘the Safest Big City’ Despite Some Crime Statistics
May 15, 2015 Review Board Notes Rise in New York Police Officers’ False Statements
May 9, 2015 Patrick Lynch, Police Union Leader, Faces Election Fight
May 8, 2015 Politics Are Set Aside as Thousands Mourn Officer Brian Moore
May 7, 2015 Mayor de Blasio’s Latest Budget Won’t Pay for More Police Officers
May 5, 2015 Brian Moore, New York Police Officer Shot in the Head, Dies
May 4, 2015 Queens Man Charged With Assault and Attempted Murder in Shooting of Officer
Feb. 26, 2015 Appellate Ruling Supports a Police Whistle-Blower in New York
Feb. 18, 2015 Head of New York’s Top Court Says Judges Should Oversee Grand Juries in Deaths Involving Police
Jan. 30, 2015 Lawyers in Anti-Police Video Knew of Violent Tone, Inquiry Finds
Jan. 15, 2015 President of New York City Police Union Faces Internal Opposition
Jan. 13, 2015 Despite Scrutiny, Police Chokeholds Persist in New York City
Jan. 12, 2015 In Police Rift, Mayor de Blasio’s Missteps Included Thinking It Would Pass
Jan. 9, 2015 Ticket Falloff, 2 Officers’ Deaths and Overdue Contracts
Jan. 7, 2015 Life in New York City, Where Arrests Are Down and Tickets Are Rarities


Dec. 31, 2014 Police Unions’ Leaders Air Grievances in 2-Hour Meeting With de Blasio
Dec. 27, 2014 Two Officers Killed in Ambush Are Posthumously Promoted to Detectives
Dec. 27, 2014 A Vast Sea of Blue, Mourning the First of Two Slain Comrades
Dec. 26, 2014 Prayers and Tears at Vigil for Slain Officers
Dec. 24, 2014 After Shootings, Police Union Chief Deepens Rift With de Blasio
Dec. 24, 2014 Across New York, Mourners Find Ways Big and Small to Honor Slain Officers
Dec. 22, 2014 For Mayor de Blasio and New York Police, a Rift Is Ripped Open
Dec. 21, 2014 Two N.Y.P.D. Officers Are Killed in Brooklyn Ambush; Suspect Commits Suicide
Dec. 18, 2014 Editorial: Dying In, Rising Up
Dec. 17, 2014 Letter to the Editor: Disciplining Police Officers
Dec. 10, 2014 New York City and 8 Labor Unions Reach Tentative Contract
Dec. 4, 2014 In Garner Case, Mayor de Blasio Strives to Back Protesters and Police
Dec. 4, 2014 Mayor de Blasio Announces Retraining of New York Police
Nov. 17, 2014 Rachel Noerdlinger, a Top City Hall Aide, Takes a Leave of Absence
Nov. 14, 2014 NYPD Commissioner Bill Bratton tells City Council to back off attempts to rein in police
Nov. 11, 2014 Concerns in Criminal Justice System as New York City Eases Marijuana Policy
Nov. 6, 2014 William Bratton Names a New Deputy for the New York Police Department Amid Scrutiny
Nov. 1, 2014 Unions’ Bid for Role in Stop-and-Frisk Suits Is Rejected by Court
Oct. 3, 2014 New York City Said to Open Inquiry on Omission by First Lady’s Top Aide
Oct. 3, 2014 Bratton Says New York Police Dept. Must Dismiss Bad Officers
Sept. 5, 2014 New York Police Officers to Start Using Body Cameras in a Pilot Program
Aug. 23, 2014 Unions Face Backlash for Joining March on Staten Island
Aug. 20, 2014 Grand Jury to Take Up Death Linked to Police Chokehold in Staten Island
Aug. 6, 2014 Handling of New York Chokehold Cases ‘Disappointing,’ Review Board Chief Says
Aug. 4, 2014 Man Who Filmed Fatal Police Chokehold Is Arrested on Weapons Charges
Aug. 2, 2014 Staten Island Man Died From Chokehold During Arrest, Autopsy Finds
July 20, 2014 Complaints About Chokeholds Are Focus of Study
July 3, 2014 Bratton Putting Desk Officers on Streets to Fight New York’s Summer Crime
May 2, 2014 $298 Million Mistake Gives New York City Retirees Brief Windfall
May 2, 2014 Teacher Accord Gives City a Map for Other Deals
Apr. 14, 2014 A Sea of Blue and Mourning at an Officer’s Funeral
Apr. 11, 2014 Murder Charge for Teenager in Fire That Killed an Officer
Apr. 9, 2014 Police Policy on Fires Is Questioned Amid Grief at Death of a New York Officer
Apr. 6, 2014 Two Officers Critically Injured While Responding to Brooklyn Blaze
Mar. 5, 2014 De Blasio Drops Challenge to Law on Police Profiling
Feb. 26, 2014 Police Officer Is Shot in Legs in Brooklyn
Feb. 21, 2014 Another Step on the Path to Settling Frisk Cases
Feb. 7, 2014 Police Fight Orders on Stop and Frisk
Jan. 30, 2014 Mayor Says New York City Will Settle Suits on Stop-and-Frisk Tactics


Nov. 30, 2013 In Naming Top Police Official, De Blasio May Signal Change
Nov. 6, 2013 Legal Brief Filed in Support of Judge in Stop-and-Frisk Case
Nov. 1, 2013 Court Blocks Stop-and-Frisk Changes for New York Police
Sept. 12, 2013 Reviewing Wiretaps in Ticket-Fixing Cases
Jun. 6, 2013 After a Police Pursuit Ends Fatally, Doubts Arise Over the Decision to Give Chase
May 24, 2013 3rd Conviction in Robbery That Left Officer Dead
May 15, 2013 Bronx Judge Dismisses Charges in ’12 Killing by Officer
May 8, 2013 Lhota Facing Anger After He Likens Port Authority Police to ‘Mall Cops’
Feb. 26. 2013 Recalling Killing That Led Officers to Reclaim the City
Feb. 24, 2013 Officers Who Interfere With Airwaves Face Punishment
Feb. 13, 2013 Man Is Acquitted of Murder in Robbery That Killed Officer


Dec. 18, 2012 Court Limits Questioning of Motorists by the Police
Oct. 24, 2012 Man Beaten by Police at Jewish Youth Center Describes Encounter
Jun. 11, 2012 Officer Faces Manslaughter Charges in a Bronx Death
May 2, 2012 Man Accused of Pushing Officer to His Death in Brooklyn Is Convicted
Apr. 5, 2012 Union Ad Stresses the Stress Officers Deal With
Mar. 27, 2012 Independent Agency Gets New Powers to Prosecute New York Police Officers
Feb. 13, 2012 Police Union Seeks Data for Cancer Links to 9/11


Dec. 11, 2011 Legislation Would Make New Officers Live in City
Dec. 1, 2011 In Police Trial, Ruling Urges Firing of Detective in Sean Bell Case
Sep. 14, 2011 Charges Likely Within Weeks for Officers in Tickets Case
Jun. 15, 2011 Conviction of Officer Is Reversed
Apr. 13, 2011 City Postpones Hiring 540 Police Recruits
Mar. 14, 2011 Man's Arc of Domestic Abuse Led to Death of an Officer
Mar. 4, 2011 No Charges for Officers in Harlem Shooting
Feb. 9, 2011 Police and Firefighters Vow to Fight Bloomberg's Plan to Cut a Retirement Benefit


Dec. 16, 2010 His Commissioner’s Badge
Jun. 4, 2010 Parole for Police Officer’s Killer
Feb. 17, 2010 Defense Tries to Undercut Prosecution Witness as Officers’ Brutality Trial Wraps Up


Sep. 12, 2009 9/11’s Litany of Loss, Joined by Another Name

Jan. 10, 2009

10-Year Sentence for ‘Sopranos’ Actor


Dec. 23, 2008 Former ‘Sopranos’ Actor Clear in Officer’s Killing
Dec. 22, 2008 Mistrial for Man Charged With Killing Police Officer
Dec. 18, 2008 Police Union Criticizes Effort to Reduce a Pension Benefit
Dec. 18, 2008 Jury Acquits Man of Officer’s Murder, but Convicts Him of Gun Charges
Dec. 16, 2008 Ex-Actor Denies Knowing of Gun That Killed Officer
Sep. 15, 2008 Editorial: Ground Zero’s Lingering Victims
Aug. 23, 2008 A Police Contract Without Tears or Arbitration
Aug. 22, 2008 Deal Raises Officers’ Pay 4% a Year
May 20, 2008 Arbitration Panel Gives Raise to City Police Officers
Mar. 20, 2008 City Police Force Could Soon Be Smallest Since ’90s
Feb. 27, 2008 Candles and Bagpipes Honor Officer Killed 20 Years Ago


Oct. 19, 2007 Union Challenges Sobriety Tests
Oct 12, 2007 Brooklyn Man Is Convicted of Murder in Officer’s Shooting
Oct. 4, 2007 Two Detectives Shot While Pursuing Suspect in Bronx
Jul. 17, 2007 Police Shooting Suspects Are Arraigned Again, This Time for Murder
Jun. 20, 2007 Police Sobriety Test Proposal Could Lead to a Showdown With Unions
Jun. 3, 2007 In Police Hiring Crisis, Clouds of Contention
May 22, 2007 A Race for Jobs in Police Departments on Long Island
May 20, 2007 Editorial: The Police Are Overdue
May 9, 2007 Study Links Lung Disease to WTC Work
May 8, 2007 Study Links Rescuers’ Lung Ailment to Trade Center Collapse
Apr. 28, 2007 With 32 More Fire Marshals, Plans to Expand Services
Apr. 27, 2007 Bloomberg’s Budget Includes Tax Cuts and a Record Surplus
Mar. 3, 2007 Tentative Deal Struck With City Would Raise Pay for Firefighters
Feb. 3, 2007 City Sues Albany Official Over Police Contract Impasse


Oct. 24, 2006 Medical Views of 9/11’s Dust Show Big Gaps
Sep. 17, 2006 New Strategies for Police Recruiters
Sep. 6, 2006 Illness Persisting in 9/11 Workers, Big Study Finds
Sep. 5, 2006 Officials Slow to Hear Claims of 9/11 Illnesses
Jul. 8, 2006 City Seeks Arbitration to Reach Pact With Police
Jun. 23, 2006 Unions Seek Joint Bargaining With City
Jun. 23, 2006 Police Union Endorses Cuomo
Jun. 14, 2006 Queens: Court Upholds Judge's Removal
May 19, 2006 Bloomberg Criticizes Police Union on Contract
May 19, 2006 City Offers $10,000 Raise for Police Recruits
Apr. 3, 2006 Manhattan Proposal to Buy Police Vests
Mar. 31, 2006 New York Labor Leaders Criticize Anti-Strike Law
Feb. 9, 2006 Shot in Case of Mistaken Identity, Officer Dies After 11-Day Ordeal
Jan. 11, 2006 Police Officer Collapses and Dies
Jan. 10, 2006 Two Plead Not Guilty in Killing of Off-Duty Police Officer


Dec. 16, 2005 2 Accused of Killing Officer Are Arraigned in the Hospital
Dec. 7, 2005 Mourning a Fallen Officer, and Paying Tribute to a 'True Hero'
Dec. 6, 2005 Dress Blues and Salutes for Fallen Officer
Nov. 23, 2005 Commission Seeks Removal of a Judge
Oct. 21, 2005 Officer Guilty of Negligence in '03 Killing
Oct. 19, 2005 Mayor's Demand for Productivity Yields Tension, Then Contracts
Aug. 11, 2005 City in a Dispute Over Recruiting Police Officers at $25,100 a Year
Aug. 4, 2005 Sniper Kills New York Police Officer in Iraq
Jun. 29, 2005 New York Patrolmen Awarded 10% Raise
Jun. 16, 2005 Pataki Signs Pension Bill for Workers at Ground Zero
May 7, 2005 News of Surplus Has Some Unions Asking, What About Us?
Mar. 8, 2005 Jury Deadlocks on Shooting by an Officer
Mar. 5, 2005 Verdict Eludes Jurors in Trial of Officer Who Shot Man
Feb. 16, 2005 Letter to the Editor: The West Side Stadium
Feb. 14, 2005 Crash in Brooklyn Kills Off-Duty Officer and Woman, 19


Dec. 18, 2004 Mayor Hints at Police Layoffs to Cut Costs
Sep. 18, 2004 For Detective, the Show Was the Thing
Sep. 16, 2004 Salutes and Memories as a Slain Detective Is Mourned
Sep. 14, 2004 Death Penalty Not an Option
Sep. 10, 2004 Family Granted New Trial in Police Killing of Troubled Man
Aug. 28, 2004 Police Union Joins Opponents of West Side Stadium Project
Aug. 24, 2004 Binding Arbitration Ordered in Police Negotiations
Aug. 23, 2004 NYC Police, Fire Unions Appeal to Bush
Aug. 20, 2004 Judge to Face Ethics Panel, Police Say
Aug. 19, 2004 A Noisy Late-Night Message for the Mayor on Pay Raises
Aug. 14, 2004 Mayor Chides Union Leaders on Presentations of Offers
Aug. 11, 2004 Tensions With Unions and Protesters Build as Convention Approaches
Jul. 29, 2004 Police and Firefighters Protest
Jul. 24, 2004 New York Police and Fire Unions to Picket G.O.P. Events
Jul. 20, 2004 Unions Push for a Contract, and Attention
Jul. 17, 2004 Unions Plan to Picket Site of Republican Convention
Jun. 15, 2004 Queens Judge Accepts Call for Transfer
Jun. 12, 2004 Police and Court Officers Call for Justice's Removal From the Bench
Jun. 10, 2004 New York Officer Pleads Not Guilty in Death of Unarmed Man
Jun. 10, 2004 Labor Demands Cast a Rich Mayor in a Miserly Light
Jun. 9, 2004 Unlikely Partners in a Protest for Pay Raises
May 25, 2004 Crime Declines, But Union And Mayor Spar Over Data
May 15, 2004 State Finds Impasse in Talks for Police Contract
May 2, 2004 3 City Unions Resisting Idea of Modest Raises
Apr. 27, 2004 Mayor Opposes Convention Rally, and Officials Block Another
Apr. 22, 2004 Mayor Gets Labor-Pact Savings That Eluded His Predecessors
Mar. 24, 2004 Union Leaders Allege Fudging of Statistics on City Crime
Feb. 11, 2004 Police Union Calls for Kelly to Resign
Jan. 28, 2004 New Data Show Surge in Summonses
Jan. 26, 2004 PBA Prez: Kelly Was Too Quick To Blame Cop
Jan. 6, 2004 Police Union Hopes Billboard Sends Message About Salary


Dec. 13, 2003 Pataki Vetoes Bill to Improve Pensions of Sept. 11 Workers
Aug. 19, 2003 Bloomberg and City Unions Draw the Lines, Far Apart
Aug. 2, 2003 Unions Vow Harder Fight Against Wage-Freeze Plans
Jul. 17, 2003 No Stun Grenades Since Death in Raid, as Debate Continues
Jul. 14, 2003 Review Board Is No Longer a Hot Button
Jun. 20, 2003 West Side Crime Statistics Were Softened, Police Say
Jun. 11, 2003 A Ticket Blitz, for Sure
Jun. 4, 2003 To Embattled Mayor, Tickets Are the Hottest Issue in Town
May 26, 2003 Will This Year Be the Summer of Citations?
Apr. 15, 2003 Labor Lacks United Front in the Battle to Save Jobs
Mar. 14, 2003 Officials Provide Details of How 2 Detectives Were Shot
Mar. 1, 2003 Unions Predict Fight, Not Deal, From City's Budgeting Tack
Feb. 25, 2003 More Than Gas Masks Needed for Police, Mrs. Clinton Says
Feb. 7, 2003 Some Union Leaders Call Layoffs Bearable
Feb. 3, 2003 As Reservists Are Called Up, Cities Bear Costs
Jan. 22, 2003 At Police Graduation, Bloomberg Takes His Boos, Then Bows
Jan. 20, 2003 I.R.S. Faults City Dealings on Pensions
Jan. 17, 2003 Mayor Says No Layoffs for Police Now
Jan. 13, 2003 Police Layoffs Opposed
Jan. 12, 2003 Smaller Force Walks a Line Between Lean And Scrawny
Jan. 11, 2003 Police Layoffs Are Possible, Mayor Says
Jan. 9, 2003  Police May Order Layoffs to Meet New Budget Goal


Dec. 9, 2002 Firehouses, Good Cop and Bad Cop
Dec. 8, 2002 Official Says Plans to Close Firehouses Must Proceed
Dec. 7, 2002 Judge Sticks by Dismissal of Officer-Shooting Case
Nov. 17, 2002 Deepening Shadows
Nov. 16, 2002 City's Straits Help Mayor in Dealing With Unions
Nov. 9, 2002 Police Attend Hearing of Man Accused of Shooting Officer
Sep. 13, 2002 A Pay Raise for the Police
Sep. 11, 2002 Arbitrator Explains Reasons Behind Police Pay Decision
Sep. 6, 2002 Disappointed by Raises, Officers Praise Their Union
Sep. 5, 2002 Arbitration Panel Gives 11.7% Raises to City's Officers
Sep. 5, 2002 They'll Take It
Sep. 4, 2002 A Black Pioneer Takes a Police Union Role in Stride
Aug. 30, 2002 Talks resume
Aug. 20, 2002 Police Union Considers Suit in Battle for Bigger Raises
Aug. 17, 2002 Police Raises Will Fall Short of Demands, Bloomberg Says
Aug. 16, 2002 Police Rally for Pay Increases
Aug. 15, 2002 Police Union Posts Outside Jobs; Rally for Pay Raises Is Set Today
Jul. 25, 2002 P.B.A. Names Black Officer to No. 3 Post
Jul. 25, 2002 Kelly Criticizes Judge on Naming Officers
Jul. 13, 2002 Officers' Suspension
May 17, 2002 Police Dept. Reports Jump in Applicants
Apr. 4, 2002 Prosecutors File Charges in Attack on Louima
Apr. 3, 2002 Ex-Policeman Pleads Not Guilty in NY Torture Case
Mar. 26, 2002 Officer Faces New Charges in Torture Case
Mar. 24, 2002 Robert Fazio
Mar. 21, 2002 Policewoman's Remains Found at Trade Center
Mar. 19, 2002 State Hearings Are Begun on New York Police Pact
Mar. 12, 2002 Schwarz Asks for New Judge at Retrial, but Is Rejected
Mar. 8, 2002 Ex-Officer in Louima Case Freed, With His New Trial Set for June
Mar. 7, 2002 Police Officers' Bodies Found at WTC
Mar. 2, 2002 Louima Ruling Forces Police to Revisit a Brutal Episode
Mar. 1, 2002 Convictions Overturned on 3 Officers in Louima Attack
Feb. 28, 2002 Three Convictions Overturned in Louima Torture Case
Feb. 23, 2002 Mayor Says City Can't Afford Higher Raises for the Police
Feb. 14, 2002 Bloomberg Seeks Cuts in Spending at Most Agencies
Jan. 22, 2002 Suarez - Ultimate Public Servant
Jan. 14, 2002 Kelly Seeks Incentives to Stem Police Exodus


Dec. 28, 2001 Study of Police Recruiting Cites Discipline and Academic Faults
Dec. 21, 2001 Police and Firefighters Win Court Victory in Seeking Raises
Dec. 5, 2001 Day of Honor and of Pain for 40,000
Nov. 26, 2001

Flag to Carry Sentiments From Ground Zero to Afghanistan

Nov. 16, 2001 A Policeman for Starters, And at the End
Oct. 10 , 2001

In Unsettling Times, Anxious Voters May Rely on Endorsements From Familiar Faces

Aug. 16, 2001 Mediator Is Appointed for Police Contract Talks
July 28, 2001 Contract Deal for Workers in Uniform
July 27, 2001 Early Interview in Louima Case Provides Spark for Renewed Interest
July 13, 2001

Ruling in City Contract Talks

May 3, 2001

Mayor Says Union Billboard Misstates Police Compensation

Apr. 16, 2001

Victory for Unions as Judge Upholds Law

Apr. 14, 2001 City Officials Move to Increase Police Recruits
Jan. 12, 2001 Police Demonstrate for a Raise and Denounce Giuliani


Dec. 26, 2000 Feeling Scorn on the Beat and Pressure From Above
Dec. 19, 2000

City Hall and Police Union Trade Blame as Talks Stall

Nov. 25, 2000

Behind the Success Story, a Vulnerable Police Force

Sep. 23, 2000 City Short of Police Recruits as Job Loses Luster
Sep. 8, 2000 Police Union Backs Lazio, Citing First Lady's Statement
Aug. 11, 2000 Police in New York City Start $10 Million Recruiting Campaign
Jul. 18, 2000 Officer Chasing Motorcyclist Dies After a Car Crash
Jun. 16, 2000 Black Officers Win Lawsuit Over Move to Louima Precinct
Jun. 14, 2000 Police Protest Song at Rally
Apr. 2, 2000 Branded By the Badge In a City Turned Hostile
Mar, 7, 2000 3 Officers Found Guilty of Covering Up Louima Assault
Mar. 5, 2000 Diallo Case Yields More Nuanced View of Police
Feb. 28, 2000 Restrained Police Defuse Standoff
Feb. 25, 2000 All Four Officers Acquitted in Shooting of Diallo
Feb. 18, 2000 Volpe: Officer Innocent in Assault
Feb. 17, 2000 2 Sides Recommend Diallo Jury Hear Reduced Charges
Feb. 17, 2000 Jury Instructions Remain Crucial Issue for Verdict
Feb. 9, 2000 Doctor Links Diallo Death to Early Shot
Feb. 9, 2000 Diallo Witness Heard Cop Yell "Gun"
Feb. 9, 2000 Testimony Backfires in Diallo Trial
Feb. 3, 2000 Defense Lawyer Opens Trial Saying Diallo's Actions Led to His Death


Dec. 17, 1999 4 Officers' Trial Moved to Albany
Nov. 26, 1999 Patrolling the Beat at the Union Office Now
Nov. 5, 1999 NYC Cops Scrap Transit Card Plan
Aug. 12, 1999

President Says Low Pay Causing Recruitment Lag

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