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
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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

NYPD Housing Officers Mentor Girls In Brooklyn “Our goal is to create a sisterhood, and to dispel some myths about the police,” said NYPD Sgt. Reed. “We’re trying to bridge the disconnect between the NYPD and the communities we serve." Read more on this great #NYPDconnecting story here: ow.ly/Zw0n30jn6nM

Although George the ape from #RampageTheMovie is fake, the NYPD van and the officers who drive it are real. Enjoy your Saturday night- the men and women of the NYPD are out there keeping you and all of NYC safe. #NYPDprotecting

The men and women of the NYPD respects and engages people from all religions and all communities throughout the city. Last weekend we joined the Hindu community in #Queens for the annual #Phagwah parade to ensure they had a fun and safe time. #NYPDconnecting

RUN WITH US! Join us in one month (Sunday, May 20th) for our annual #NYPDMemorial5K. Runners of all abilities as well as joggers, walkers, and cheerers are welcome to help us continue our vow to #NeverForget. More info: http://ow.ly/lY0F30jxmaJ

"Today we are celebrating the compassion of these police officers" Watch the video at the link below on how NYPD police officers from the 43 Precinct helped a #Bronx man who had been shot 8 times: http://ow.ly/mRMj30jzw3b #NYPDprotecting

Join us in congratulating our new 448 NYPD police officers who graduated earlier today. They join thousands of their fellow police officers in the greatest police department in the greatest city in the world. #NYPDgrad See photos from the graduation ➡️ http://nypdnews.com/2018/04/nypd-april-2018-police-academy-graduation/

Orson was rescued along with several other dogs from an alleged dog fighting ring by NYPD officers and ASPCA staff. Orson's happy demeanor, affection and love of any snack quickly became a staff favorite at the ASPCA.The NYPD continues to works closely with the ASPCA to combat animal cruelty, but we need your help. If you suspect animal cruelty call NYC 311 or 911 for emergencies. #NYPDprotecting all of NYC’s animals. Your call could save a life.

Hundreds of NYPD members gathered to say goodbye to Chief of Detectives, Robert Boyce who retires today after more than 35 years of service. Join us in saying thank you and wishing him a happy and long retirement. Read more on his career: http://nypdnews.com/2018/04/chief-boyce/

Good luck today to NYPD Captain Fiore and all of the other runners in today's Boston Marathon. “No matter what hour I got home, I made sure I did two things before I closed my eyes,” says NYPD Captain Fiore. “I saw my wife and I went on a run.” More on how he stays mentally and physically fit by running http://ow.ly/mA2e30jvxqE #Boston2018 NYPD Running Club

NYPD #NeighborhoodPolicing is expanding to our Transit Districts. It has been our core crime fighting strategy since 2015 and now we’re bringing it to the 6 million people who ride the subway each day. Watch our Chief of Department, Terence Monahan, explain more in the video. #NYPDprotecting #NYPDconnecting

‪*** ‪UPDATE: Olivia Elliot has been found and is safe. We thank the public for your help. ‬*** MISSING/POSSIBLE ABDUCTION: Help us find Olivia Elliot, female black, 22 years old, 5’10”, 201lbs. She called someone stating she was taken by two armed males and was in the area of Glenwood Rd/Rockaway Parkway #Brooklyn. If you see her, call 911. Call #800577TIPS with information.

Earlier this week, NYPD members gathered for the first annual Patrol Borough Manhattan North 'Blue Mass' at St. Ignatius of Loyola Church to remember the heroes we have lost in the line of duty and honor those who continue to show the utmost bravery and commitment while protecting NYC. Join us in our vow to #NeverForget.

The NYPD is working with our intelligence bureau liaisons stationed abroad as well as our federal partners, and closely monitoring the U.S. military action in Syria. There is no nexus to New York City, nor are there any credible threats to New York City, at this time. Counterterror officers have been deployed in and around the City out of an abundance of caution. New Yorkers who witness suspicious activity are encouraged to contact police immediately at 911 or at 1-888-NYC-SAFE.

“Build the Block meetings help the community and Neighborhood Coordination Officers work together to fix local issues. Rescuing these dogs is a great example of how we all can work together to make a difference,” said Officer Nwajei. Concerned Brooklyn community members shared information about maltreated dogs in their neighborhood with their local NYPD police officers during a Build the Block meeting. The result was the officers working with the ASPCA to rescue the dogs. Everyone can help make a difference. Start by joining your neighbors and attending your next local meeting. Don't miss out, find your meeting here: www.BuildtheBlock.nyc Read the Full story: http://nypdnews.com/2018/04/neighborhood-concerns-shared-at-nypd-safety-meeting-lead-to-animal-maltreatment-rescue/

9/11 Memorial Monument Unveiled In The Bronx This past Saturday, members of the NYPD, FDNY, and the public gathered for the unveiling of a monument honoring the lives that were killed on September 11, 2001. More than 100 people attended the event, which was organized by the Never Forget Foundation. The monument, which is located in the Throgs Neck section of the Bronx, is topped with a piece of steel from one of the towers. #NeverForget

Meet NYPD Police Officer Emily Werfel “I had one goal- not to just to be an NYPD cop but be part of ESU. The training was awesome and intense. I am proud to be here graduating with everyone else and having my family be part of it.” Read more about her and the NYPD's newest members of our elite Emergency Service Unit (ESU): http://nypdnews.com/2018/04/esugraduation2018/

Are You Ready For Some Football? Since the cold weather is still around, why not continue to play football in the Spring? The NYPD Finest Football Team season is underway and they started the season with a convincing win, 40-16, against their counterparts from Charlotte. The game, played this past Saturday in Brooklyn, featured Finest players who work in the NYPD across the city. When they aren't scoring touchdowns and sacking QB's, they are out #NYPDprotecting our great city. Check out their schedule below and make sure to mark June 2nd on your calendar for the annual game vs FDNY. https://nypdfinestfootball.org/schedule

Help us spread the message that if you are a victim of sexual assault, you are not alone- the NYPD is here to help you. The call is yours.

Have 1 minute? Take a look at what your NYPD was up to in March.

53 OFFICERS GRADUATE ELITE NYPD ESU TRAINING Fifty-three members of law enforcement graduated the NYPD Emergency Service Unit (ESU) Specialized Training School on Wednesday in a ceremony at Floyd Bennet Field in Brooklyn. Prior to the graduation ceremony, which was held in the NYPD’s Aviation Unit hangar, the newly trained officers demonstrated the skills they learned during the course of their training. See more photos and video: http://ow.ly/WCow30jlJ8w

Extended video has been released regarding the police-involved shooting on 4/4 in #Brooklyn. Officers responded to multiple 911 calls from community members stating a man had a gun and was pointing it at numerous people. See the video and 911 call transcripts at: https://on.nyc.gov/2JqhfXh

New video and 911 call transcript excerpts from yesterday’s police involved shooting in Brooklyn. NYPD received several calls from neighborhood residents about a man pointing a gun at people on the street. View yesterday's remarks by Chief Terence Monahan: https://on.nyc.gov/2q7oPgA

Easter Sunday Special Delivery! ICYMI: NYPD police officers from the Upper East Side's 19th Precinct responded to a 911 call for a woman in labor on Easter Sunday. When they arrived on scene they were alerted by the father that his wife was in labor and about to deliver her baby. Police Officers Koustoubardis and Ching grabbed the first aid kit from the police car and quickly found themselves assisting in the delivery of a baby girl. EMS arrived on the scene and transported the mother and newborn baby to the hospital. The officers followed up later at the hospital and were happy to learn that mother, baby girl and the rest of the family were all doing well.

The New York Rangers, Northwell Health, and our very own Sergeant Conor McDonald presented #NYR Henrik Lundqvist with this years Extra Effort Award, keeping Detective Steven McDonald’s values alive in all of us. #Togetherweare104.

"My Two Sons" takes a look at the life of NYPD Police Officer Sparacino, documenting the challenges he faces and triumphs he experiences in caring for his two autistic sons. Join us today on #WorldAutismAwarenessDay to increase understanding, acceptance and foster worldwide support for those with Autism. #AutismAwareness