New York City Police Department

  • Agency: New York City Police Department
  • Address: One Police Plaza 14th Flr, New York, 10038 NY
  • Chief: Joseph J Esposito (Chief of Department)
Phone: (646)610-5000

New York City Police Department is located at One Police Plaza 14th Flr, New York, 10038 NY. The Chief of Department of the department is Joseph J Esposito. The New York City Police Department phone number is (646)610-5000.

New York City Police Department News

ICYMI: Our NYPD Officers take Halloween very seriously. Have a look at how the NYPD designed haunted houses and more for communities throughout NYC to have fun (plus get scared!) and connect with their local neighborhood police officers. Make sure to see more photos and videos here:

From Staten Island to Central Park, NYPD cops were out protecting runners and spectators at today’s TCS New York City Marathon. We didn’t just keep the race safe for all, some of us hung up our uniforms and put on running clothes to compete in the 26 mile race. Join us in thanking your NYPD and all our partner agencies who helped make today great.

Welcome, runners and spectators! Thousands of highly trained NYPD cops will protecting and ensuring a safe TCS New York City Marathon today, but we need your eyes too. If you see something, say something.

Hundreds gathered to recognize fallen NYPD Sergeant Paul Tuozzolo one year after he was killed in the line of duty. Sergeant Tuozzolo's bravery and dedication to protecting our communities will live on through the men and women of the NYPD who continue to go into harm's way to keep NYC safe. Join us in our vow to #NeverForget Sergeant Paul Tuozzolo. Watch the plaque dedication ceremony ➡️

“Our Neighborhood Policing teams listen very carefully to community complaints and continue to come up with positive solutions.” - Captain Vincent Greany Two of NY’s Finest heard the complaints of their community and arrested a man for selling narcotics in Manhattan’s East Village. Want to know more? ➡️

NYC keeps getting safer due to the hard work of the men and women of the NYPD who are working alongside the communities they serve. Through Neighborhood Policing you can meet with YOUR cops and be part of keeping your community safe. Here’s how ➡️

Hero NYPD Transit officers saved a baby who stopped breathing in a Manhattan subway station. Join us in saying great job! Read more about the heroics ➡️

“We were just doing our job.” -NYPD Police Officer Ryan Nash

Watch now as Police Commissioner O’Neill, Mayor de Blasio, Governor Cuomo, FDNY and FBI update New Yorkers on terror act. ➡️

The FBI and NYPD are seeking the public’s assistance in the investigation into the terrorist act that occurred in lower Manhattan earlier today. The public is urged to share any images or videos that could assist in the investigation to the FBI link: In addition, any information to assist in this investigation can be called into either the FBI at 1-800-CALL-FBI or the NYPD's Crime Stoppers Hotline at 800-577-TIPS or for Spanish 1-888-57-PISTA (74782).

Those in NYC & beyond: Join us in stopping for a moment to pray for the victims killed today and those injured. Together, we remain strong.

Avoid the area of West Street (Barclay Street to a Christopher Street) due to a shooting in Lower Manhattan. Expect large emergency presence. Currently there is one person in custody. No others outstanding. All information is preliminary as the investigation is ongoing. More information when available. Update: The following information is preliminary as the investigation is ongoing. A media briefing will take place later. Earlier a vehicle entered the West St. pedestrian/bike path a few blocks north of Chambers St. The vehicle struck multiple people on the path. There are several fatalities and numerous people injured. The vehicle continued south striking another vehicle. The suspect exited the vehicle displaying imitation firearms & was shot by NYPD The suspect is in custody. This is preliminary, more information to follow.

Wishing everyone a happy and SAFE Halloween. Have a look as Officer Naglieri and a few ghosts tell you how to stay safe!

NYPD police officers assigned to the Anti-Crime Team in the 71 Precinct assisted Jersey City police officers with an investigation in Brooklyn. Pursuant to the joint investigation, a search warrant was conducted at a location on Montgomery Street. As a result, the following was recovered and individuals were arrested: Recovered: - 97 pounds of marijuana - $931,000 in U.S. currency Arrested: - Male, 36 years old - Male, 28 years old - Female, 30 years old Charges include: - Criminal possession of marijuana - Criminal sale of marijuana

NYPD Brooklyn Precinct Names Breast Cancer Surivivor "Woman of Inspiration" A Greenpoint woman received a big surprise at Brooklyn's 94 Precinct. Julie Wilson, a breast cancer survivor, thought she was attending an awareness event, but the ceremony was for her. Watch the video to learn more about the honor she received and how the 94 Precinct is raising awareness for breast cancer:

Police officers assigned to the 69 Precinct in helped deliver a baby on the streets of Brooklyn. Police Officers Brunner and Leonard were stopped by the woman’s frantic husband who alerted them that he needed help – his wife was in labor inside their car. The car was stopped at the corner of 105th Street and Flatlands Avenue. Upon opening the door to the vehicle, the two officers, along Sergeant Blum who now had arrived on the scene, saw the woman reclined and in the midst of giving birth. Officer Brennan assisted the woman deliver the baby and removed the umbilical cord from the newborn’s neck as it had become wrapped around it. Sergeant Blum did not hold back his appreciation of the “cool under pressure” his two young officers had: “They did an amazing job keeping the baby and mother comfortable, reassuring the mother that she’s gonna be fine.” The three waited with the new parents and baby until the medics arrived. The mother and baby Benjamin are both in the hospital and are in good health. (Photo: Ken Murray/NY Daily News)

Smiles lit up NYPD Headquarters today as we celebrated the hard work and dedication of members of the department at our promotion ceremony. The men and women of the NYPD continue to drive crime down to historic lows in NYC while building bonds with our communities due to Neighborhood Policing. See how they’re doing it ➡️ Join us in saying congratulations!

BOO!!! Visit the NYPD’s Haunted House if you dare… Kids of all ages are invited to Brooklyn’s 78 Precinct starting today through Oct. 30, 3 to 9 p.m. Free candy for the little ones and braver kids and parents are invited to descend the stairs into the spooky station house basement. More:

Help us thank these brave NYPD cops who go into harm’s way to fight crime and keep NYC so safe. “The great work by the Anti-Crime team that night is a reflection of the great work being done by the officers in the 42 Precinct. We are dedicated to keeping the Bronx safe and getting illegal guns off our streets.” -Sergeant Velez Read more about it ➡️

NYPD Aviation officers came to the rescue of a hiker having a cardiac emergency on Bear Mountain in Westchester. Great job, officers!

Congratulations to all of our newest officers who graduated the NYPD Police Academy after six months of the Finest training. See more about it ➡️

Good morning, NYC! We hope you have a great, safe day. Check out how your NYPD cops are protecting and connecting ➡️

We honored three of NYC’s fallen heroes this week who were assigned to the NYPD Fugitive Enforcement Division. Join us in our vow to #NeverForget.

NYPD Neighborhood Policing is bringing cops closer to our communities and driving down crime throughout NYC. The neighborhood coordination officers in Brownsville, Brooklyn are proving this everyday.