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Andrew Burton/Getty) Police Commissioner Bill Bratton is still optimistic the city can close out 2014 with under 300 homicidesbut if murders or shootings increase for 2014 compared to last year, he said he wouldn't consider it a failure.
Daily News details deployments for Police Commissioner Bill Bratton's three-month surge called Summer All Out.' Over 300 cops will be reassigned to Brooklyn and the Bronx, where 75% of the reported shootings in 2014 took place. Sunday, July 6, 2014,
It was done, critics say, in an unfair and discriminatory fashion. Of the 700,000 stop and frisks in 2011, most of those stopped were minorities...Last year, under enormous pressure and criticism and, oh yeah, a court order, stop and frisk numbers
Commissioner Bill Bratton advocates for security cameras to be added to all city subway cars In an interview with the Daily News, Bratton said he envisions a day when cops on subway platforms get live feeds on tablet computers from cameras monitoring
Muslims' help with counter-terror surveillance after end of controversial spying unit The unit was disbanded in April under criticism that the surveillance was unconstitutional and never resulted in a single terror investigation, but police still
Danny Iudici for New York Daily News Police investigate the scene of a triple shooting in The Bronx that resulted in at least 2 fatalities...The number of shooting victims so far this year in the 69th Precinct in Canarsie, Brooklyn, increased
Homicides are down, but shootings are up citywide over 2013 While homicides are down 15.5%, shootings are up 13%...Commissioner Bill Bratton said fewer stops aren't causing the spike in shootings and that cops have other ways of targeting criminals.
Stiviano in face, hurled N-word being questioned by cops Two men assaulted the ex-mistress of billionaire Donald Sterling at 6:40 p.m...Stiviano, who has taken to wearing visors and heavy-duty sunglasses, leaves to New York from LAX. Commissioner
Commissioner Bill Bratton is quizzing cops about their jobs The voluntary survey contains 33 questions and allows cops to answer anonymously. The survey was sent out to cops and is part of Bratton's Reengineering 2014 Initiative, according to a
Assistant Chief Charles (Chuck) Dowd was removed as head of the 911 operations and transferred to oversee the transit division. It was not immediately clear why he was bounced, but a source said Dowd has put in his papers to retire. The 911 system