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Keep Cop-Killers Behind Bars Forever

Working together, we can keep cop-killers right where they should be… behind bars.

Click the button, below, to send your opinion on an individual killer — or all — to the Parole Board.

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DOH Physician Complaint Form

Your department doctor has essentially the same responsibility to you as your personal treating physician would. If you believe that your department surgeon failed to adhere to his/her professional obligations, you have a right to file a complaint with the DOH. Click on the link below to access the complaint form and instructions.

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What’s New

May 19, 2024
Judge releases knife-wielding maniac who smashed RMP windshield, attacked cops last month

PBA President Patrick Hendry is quoted in the NY Post: “This is a deranged repeat offender who specifically targeted police officers for a vicious assault. Anyone who thinks he can be trusted to remain on the street is out of their mind. This is yet another case that shows police officers our justice system doesn’t care about our safety, or the safety of the New Yorkers we protect.”

May 19, 2024
NYPD headcount facing record lows – 200 cops leaving each month

PBA President Patrick Hendry is quoted in the NY Post : “New York City police officers’ workload has exploded over the past several months, and the staffing is still nowhere close to keeping up. From the daily protest details to additional patrols in the subway, our members are beyond exhausted already – and summertime crime spikes are just around the corner. Squeezing cops for even more overtime hours is not a solution. It will just send even more of them running for the exits.”

May 19, 2024
Family of slain NYPD hero fights cop-killer’s parole

PBA President Patrick Hendry is quoted in the NY Post: “If they let this vicious cop killer out of jail, it’s an insult to our hero police officer and his family. He gave his life that day. This family lost everything and this vicious cop killer should stay behind bars where he belongs.” 

May 17, 2024
State's highest court agrees to hear PBA appeal over retroactive records release