Another member of the NYPD has passed away with coronavirus.
The NYPD says it has arrested 32-year-old Cassandra Lundy and charged her with manslaughter and assault for the death of 86-year-old Janie Marshall on March 28 after an incident that reportedly may have been related to social distancing.
The NYPD found a dead man on the floor of a subway train.
A man armed with a knife and a gun was shot by police in the Westchester Square section of the Bronx.
Former Commissioner James O'Neill will serve as a special adviser on the mayor's COVID-19 response team.
Police Commissioner James O'Neill seems like a low-key guy in a high-profile position but from our two days of exclusive access with him, his core passion for policing and the people of New York City comes through loud and clear. And he is succeeding in reducing crime while improving community relations.
The man was ordered to drop his knife before he was shot, according to police. He was taken to Jacobi Hospital in stable condition.
The NYPD reported on Tuesday that 1,048 uniformed members and 145 civilian employees have tested positive for the coronavirus.
The NYPD is set to receive an influx of personal protective equipment thanks to donations by the NYC Police Foundation and SONY.
Two more members of the NYPD have died. Through Monday, 824 uniformed members and 106 civilian members of the department had tested positive for the coronavirus, according to the NYPD.
The New York City Police Department has announced its first uniformed officer to die due to coronavirus, the third member of the NYPD to die in the last 48 hours.
The mayor said the city has gotten reports of a small number of religious communities are still ignoring the rules banning gatherings and continue to hold group services.
On Friday, March 27, 2020, 4,111 NYPD uniformed employees were on the sick report. That means 11.4% of the department’s uniformed workforce called out sick.
Dennis C. Dickson was a custodian assigned to police headquarters who had worked with the department for 14 years.
In New York City, they've started dismantling basketball hoops to prevent people from gathering in parks and playing. In Lakewood, New Jersey, police broke up a wedding being held in violation of a ban on large gatherings. And in Austin, Texas, officers are encouraging people to call a hotline to snitch on violators of the city's orders for people to stay home.
According to NYPD Commissioner Dermot Shea, 177 police officers have tested positive for COVID-19, as of Tuesday, March 24.
The New York City Police Department is on the front line of the coronavirus fight in New York City, and some officers are saying they are concerned about getting sick themselves, or getting their families sick. FOX News spoke with Police Commissioner Dermot Shea about the NYPD's plans to keep its officers safe.
The number of NYPD officers who have tested positive for coronavirus has risen to 35.
Videos posted on social media platforms purport to show weddings and prayer groups going on as usual in heavily Orthodox Jewish neighborhoods in Brooklyn.
The NYPD is preparing to take on the coronavirus pandemic while still working to fight crime in New York City.