On Wednesday Mayor Bill de Blasio announced the creation of a disciplinary database that will be available to the public online. By July it will list information on all 1,100 pending cases in NYPD.
'We're working with the City Council right now. We don't have a final dollar figure, but we're going to do something very, very substantial,' de Blasio told WNYC-FM on Friday.
NYC mayor admits plan intended to 'redistribute' wealth
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio on Monday confirmed that he will slash $1 billion from the budget of the New York City Police Department, despite a surge in shootings in the wake of protests and violent unrest sparked by the death of George Floyd.
Hizzoner was asked about Monahan’s role in mass arrests during the Republican National Convention in New York City in 2004.
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio canceled all events on his schedule Monday, marking the first time the city's leader will not hold a briefing on the coronavirus during a weekday in more than 100 days.
Maya Wiley is contemplating a bid for the seat de Blasio will vacate next year.
Hizzoner aimed for a confessional tone as he talked about white privilege and reforming the NYPD on Sunday, though he shied away from policy specifics.
The New York City Council passed a new budget overnight. Advocates and the council's speaker say the cuts didn't go far enough, as President Trump says they will "further antagonize" the police.
As the deadline to a balanced NYC budget looms, Mayor de Blasio on Monday touted reductions reaching $1.5 billion but at a steep cost to city workforce.
No one from the NYPD or Mayor de Blasio’s office appeared during the video hearings, despite explicit invites from the Attorney General.