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

We are proud to be documented in this book "NYPD, Behind the scenes with the men and women of the New York City Police Department," by Mark Condren. For more information visit the New York City Police Foundation website at http://www.nycpolicefoundation.org

Our patrol officers from around the five boroughs conducted a week long operation focused on private sanitation trucks to keep New Yorkers safe under the #VisionZero initiative. We wrote 555 criminal violations, towed 17 trucks, and gave 515 moving summonses.

For the last 10 years, Police Officers Daniel Weinman and Giuseppe Lisio have patrolled the 115 Precinct that covers Jackson Heights, East Elmhurst & North Corona. Over the years, these officers have gotten to know the area and its residents. As fixtures in the community, Officers Weinman and Lisio jumped at the opportunity to become Neighborhood Coordination Officers (NCO) when their precinct officially became an “NCO” command in July of 2017. Since becoming NCOs, these two officers’ interactions with the community have expanded expediently. From attending community board meetings, to visiting elderly victims of crimes, their roots in the community continue to grow. Whenever a crime occurs in their sector, the officers hear about it almost immediately. This day was no different. When they arrived at the 115 Precinct, Officers Weinman and Lisio went over the details of a grand larceny and immediately set out to look for witnesses. After canvassing the area, the officers quickly obtained footage and set out to see if any neighbors or businesses recognized the perpetrator. Luckily, a local Astoria Boulevard employee recognized the suspect. Ultimately, the perpetrator was brought into police custody without incident and the vehicle was returned to its rightful owner. Just another day in the life of a Neighborhood Coordination Officer in Queens.

Another hero gone too soon. #NYPD K9 Angel, who was named for Detective Rafael Ramos after his line-of-duty death, has passed away after a brief battle with cancer. Her sister K9 Liu Liu, named for Detective Ramos' partner, Detective Wenjian Liu, who also died in the line-of-duty, will continue to carry on her memory as she serves the city. Fidelis Ad Mortem

Our #NYPD Bomb Squad has gotten a lot of attention in light of recent events. Let's take a peek at what the hard working officers in this unit do on a daily basis. "Members of the Bomb Squad possess a very, very unique and broad skill set--mechanical skills, electrical skills, chemistry. But at the heart of all of those skills is a real driven person." - Lt. Det. Mark Torre, Commanding Officer of the NYPD Bomb Squad

26.2 smooth miles DONE! Thousands of runners from 125 countries joined us for a stroll through the 5 boroughs at the 2018 TCS New York City Marathon. Thank you to all who participated & to all our officers ensuring the safety of the runners and spectators. Tomorrow morning we start our preparations for the 2019 race - hope to see you there!

We've been training for the TCS New York City Marathon since the day after last year's marathon. Protecting it along the route will be thousands of police officers that you will see, and others you won't see -- including our heavy weapons teams. So don't worry about your finish time, we'll be out there well after the last runner crosses the finish line. As always, if you see something, say something.

Real men wear pink! Meet Detective Zittel from the NYPD 106 Precinct in #Queens. He happily dresses in pink for #BreastCancerAwareness every year in honor of his mother who passed away after fighting the disease for 10 years. He will be retiring in 5 months after 31 years of dedicated service to New York City. Join us in wishing him a happy and healthy retirement!

WANTED for FELONY ASSAULT: On Monday, October 30, 2018 at approximately 12am, two groups of unidentified male individuals confronted each other and discharged firearms in the vicinity of East 137 Street & Brown Place in the Bronx. An off-duty New York City Police Officer, who was sitting in the driver's seat of his personal vehicle, was grazed in the right shoulder area as one of the rounds entered through the driver's side window of the vehicle. The individuals fled the location in an unknown direction. Anyone with information about this incident please call NYPD Crimestoppers at 1-800-577-TIPS ☎️ Your calls are anonymous.

Halloween is just 1 day away, so here are some tips for all trick-or-treaters and parents. Don’t forget to stop by your local precinct to show off your costume!

***APPREHENDED*** Thank you to everyone who called and shared this info and to our detectives who apprehended this individual. WANTED FOR SEX ABUSE on October 1st, at approximately 8AM, while riding the southbound D train in the vicinity of Columbus Circle and West 59 St in #Manhattan. If you can identify this individual or have any information, please call NYPD Crimestoppers at 1-800-577-TIPS (8477) ☎️ All calls are confidential!

Our Neighborhood Coordination Officers from both the 75 Precinct and 106 Precinct worked together along with community partners from each precinct to solve a big noise complaint issue that affected two different neighborhoods in two different boroughs. As a result of everyone’s team work and shared responsibility the quality of life issue was corrected. To find out more about the Neighborhood Coordination Officers in your neighborhood click here: http://ow.ly/klMw30mkAG4

This month the NYPD Housing Bureau hosted a “Beauty Against Cancer” event at 1 Police Plaza. The event celebrated cancer survivors from within the NYPD and from the community and wanted to place extra focus on beauty and self-esteem during a very difficult time. Many make-up artists, wardrobe stylists, and other vendors were on hand to give tips and information for survivors and supporters. Many people donated hair on site as well. The NYPD knows that all cancer patients and survivors are beautiful and deserve to feel that way.

It's been a busy couple of days in NYC, but don't worry – we're not really in the habit of taking weekends off. We'll be out there by land, sea, and air so that you can relax and enjoy your weekend. Please remember to stay alert, and as always, if you see something, say something.

You may have heard some chatter the last few days about our elite Bomb Squad. In case you were wondering how we safely transport explosives, check out this video about our highly trained personnel and specialized equipment.

New Yorkers, you never stop. And neither do your police. As you go about your day, you’ll see an increased NYPD presence throughout the city. Know we're out there keeping you safe. As always - if you see something, say something.

Families of our fallen finest and volunteers gathered at One Police Plaza for a quilting bee yesterday to honor members of the NYPD who lost their lives due to September 11th related illnesses. Twelve families were presented personalized quilts that were handmade by volunteers over several months. Diane Pryor-Holland, spouse of fallen Police Officer Richard Holland, organized the event as she continues to bring comfort to line of duty families by memorializing their heroic loved ones. Police Officer Richard Holland died in 2012 from illnesses he contracted after inhaling toxic materials during the rescue and recovery efforts at Ground Zero following the September 11th attacks.

Officers from the World Trade Center command showed their support for #BreastCancerAwarenessMonth by watching over the 9/11 memorial with the official #NYPDBlueGoesPink patrol car.

As you “hang on” to the last day of your weekend, check out this training exercise photo of our Aviation and Harbor units. All our specialized units within the department are constantly training to better themselves and assist you more effectively and safely.

Transit District 4 in Union Square turned a subway passage into a haunted house this past Thursday and Friday. These are not paid actors, these are real people, with real screams, having real fun!

Got a minute? So do car thieves who are looking for unattended cars with the keys left in them. Protect yourself and your property, remember to take your keys with you, even if you're running out just for a NY minute.

Today marks the 30th anniversary since Police Officer Michael Buczek and Christopher Hoban were shot and killed in the line of duty while protecting New York City. On the evening of October 18, 1988 Michael and his partner were answering a radio assignment at a building near 161 Street & Broadway in the confines of the 34 Precinct when their keen policing sense took over and they noticed a group of men conducting a drug transaction. After approaching them, a foot chase ensued and that is when the suspect turned and shot Michael in the chest. His partner tried to render aid, but unfortunately Michael passed away a short time later. On that same evening, less than just three short hours apart, Police Officer Christopher Hoban was shot and killed while working a narcotic operation. "It's hard to believe that it’s been 30 years to the day since Michael and Chris were killed. On that day our department and our city suffered two great losses, " Police Commissioner O'Neill. Over the past three decades legacies have been built in both their names, the Michael Buczek Little League, the Hoban Run & memorial scholarships. Michael and Christopher may be gone, but their commitment to the City of New York will never be forgotten.

During rush hour yesterday morning, 4-year-old Messiah was separated from his mother at the Broadway Junction subway station in East New York. When the young boy’s mother reported what happened, our Transit officers distributed his photo citywide. Luckily, a Good Samaritan recognized Messiah from online alerts and contacted the NYPD 5 Precinct. Officers Chung and McCardle immediately went to pick him up and safely reunited him with his mother!

Our very own Detective Carrie Reilly donated her hair to Children With Hair Loss at today’s Beauty Against Cancer event hosted by the Housing Bureau! Her mother, grandmother, and sister are all cancer survivors. Her brother-in-law is currently battling cancer. With her family in mind, she donated her hair to a child in need.

Congratulations to the 249 police officers who graduated from the police academy today at a ceremony held at The Garden! Equipped with the best training in the world, these officers will carry out the NYPD’s mission to continue driving down crime in NYC while connecting with the communities they serve. Join us in thanking them for choosing to lead lives of significance and service!