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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

June 13, 2024
NYPD crowds courtroom at hearing for man linked to shooting death of hero cop Jonathan Diller

PBA President Patrick Hendry is quoted in Newsday: “We are not going away. We are going to be there every step of the way to make sure that justice is served for our hero brother Jonathan Diller and his family.”

June 6, 2024
Scores of NYPD oficers attend hearing where teen accused of shooting two cops is arraigned on attempted murder and other charges, held without bail

PBA President Patrick Hendry is quoted in the Daily News, Newsday, amny, and on Fox 5 News, CBS 2 News, NBC 4 News, New York 1, and ABC 7 News (before and after hearing): "They both confronted a brazen violent individual who wasn't afraid to carry a gun and shoot to New York City police officers at point blank range. Today this court sent a clear message: That if you attack a New York City police officer, you're going to stay behind bars."

June 5, 2024
PBA statement on congestion pricing delay

See press release.

June 4, 2024
Patrick Hendry praises hero cops who survived shooting by teen, and how one was more concerned with his partner’s condition than his own

The PBA president is quoted in the Daily News, NY Post, UPI, Fox 5 News, ABC 7 News, PIX 11 News, 1010 WINS Radio, and WCBS Radio:  In the immediate aftermath, Officer Yarusso “was more concerned about his partner” than his own wound as he used a tourniquet to slow the bleeding from Officer Abreu’s leg.