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The suspects who swapped out the American flag for a bleached white flag — the international symbol for surrender — over the Brooklyn Bridge have been identified by their nicknames, police reported.
The New York Police Department still can't explain how a group of five individuals were able to hoist two white flags atop the Brooklyn Bridge, which is supposed to be heavily monitored.
Thousands of New York City police officers will soon be carrying emergency antidotes to help deal with the recent spike in heroin overdoses, officials said Tuesday.
Political activists asked a new inspector general for the New York Police Department on Tuesday to force police officials to fully disclose details about how undercover officers sought to secretly infiltrate and monitor liberal activist groups.
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The New York Police Department disbanded a unit that tracked the everyday lives of Muslims, but it has taken a tough stance in a heated legal battle over its continuing use of Muslim informants in terror threat investigations.
The New York Police Department will no longer confiscate unused condoms from suspected sex workers to be used as evidence of prostitution, ending a longstanding practice that had been criticized by civil rights groups for undermining efforts to combat AIDS and other sexually transmitted infections.
New York Police Department Commissioner William Bratton says he's headed to Israel to be a keynote speaker at a conference on crime.
The 20 officers added to the New York State Police Officers' Memorial in Albany, including 12 from the New York Police Department and one from the Peekskill department whose deaths were attributed to cancers from their work at ground zero: