Patrolmen's Benevolent Association

Police accountability comes with a cost, apparently.
A group of upstarts plans to challenge lightning rod Patrolmen’s Benevolent Association President Patrick Lynch and his leadership
The right of free speech the NYPD are angry about when it comes to the demonstrators is precisely the same right of free speech they're using to harass de Blasio. And it's that same ideal of free speech, no matter how noxious it might seem, for which those police in Paris died last week.
Tempers flared toward the end of the nearly two-hour session at Antun's in Queens Village when some members began yelling
Lancman accused the union leadership of “fomenting a culture of lawlessness and disrespect among rank-and-file cops.” For
New York City’s top progressives have backed away from any direct confrontation with the city’s largest police union, even
It has been a week since Ismaayl Brinsley, a deranged man with a long criminal record, killed two New York City police officers, Wenjian Liu and Rafael Ramos, in cold blood, but so far we haven't heard a word from the National Rifle Association.
At an ale house in Williamsburg, Brooklyn last week, a group of black police officers from across the city gathered for the
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As former New York Times reporter David Firestone pointed out in a series of tweets: Previously, the union had sought to