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Ed O’Neill, the NYPD’s chief of department, announced this week that there have been 439 shootings in in the city so far
Protesters in the city have been in no mood for celebration either in the wake of Staten Island resident Eric Garner's death
Mayor Bill de Blasio's landslide victory over Joe Lhota in November is attributed by many to his tough stance on stop and
Mayor Michael Bloomberg and NYPD Commissioner Ray Kelly have previously attributed the steep decline in the city's murder
Through Sunday, October 13th, New York City has seen 90 fewer murders than at this point last year: 256 murders in 2013 compared
Newsday reports that, if the current average holds till the end of the year, New York's murder rate could dip back to levels
Distributed by MCT Information Services Visit Newsday at www.newsday.com "This isn't a return to the good old days, this
A Bloomberg spokesman Thursday said the city was the safest "big" city in the country. The big story is still the murder
New York City's streak of consecutive days without a homicide ended at nine on Saturday when a man was found shot to death
(For perspective, 2,245 people in New York City fell victim to homicide in 1990.) [VIA Gothamist] From the NYC Department