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People Are Mad as Hell About the NYPD’s Plan to Hire ‘Precinct Greeters’

Want the best of VICE News straight to your inbox? Sign up here. NYPD brass and Mayor Bill de Blasio announced last week that they’re taking a page out of the Walmart playbook: hiring brand-new “greeters” at all 77 police precincts in the city, who will have the sole responsibility of welcoming people and guiding them to the right offices and officers for the services or paperwork they need.
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VIDEO: AG James releases footage from investigation into the fatal shooting of Michael Rosado

Sign up for our PoliticsNY newsletter for the latest coverage and to stay informed about the 2021 elections in your district and across NYC. New York Attorney General Letitia James released security camera footage Friday that the office obtained as part of its ongoing investigation into the death of Michael Rosado, who died on Aug. 29, following an encounter with members of the NYPD.
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De Blasio Introduces NYPD Customer Guides

Last year the NYPD launched its first-ever customer survey, “How did we do?” This year, a new initiative was introduced on September 20 sending text messages to New Yorkers filing criminal complaints to do a customer service survey. “Now, I’m excited to announce that we have implemented probably the most...
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Police shoot gunman after he opens fire outside NYC bar, injuring 4 other people, report says

STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. — A gunman reportedly shot four men in Upper Manhattan early Monday morning before being shot himself by responding NYPD officers. Authorities said police were patrolling an area near 10th Avenue and West 211th Street in the Inwood neighborhood when they spotted a group that appeared to be involved in “a strong discussion,” according to the Post.
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NYPD: 5 Shot, Including Suspect, After Fight Breaks Out As Bars Close In Upper Manhattan

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — A fight among bargoers ended with gunfire early Monday in Upper Manhattan. The NYPD said a total of five people were shot, including the suspect. He was shot in the hip by responding officers and taken to the hospital in stable condition. NYPD Chief of Patrol Juanita Holmes told reporters officers did the right thing, and it was good they were there. Uniformed officers were on patrol and prepared when a party at an Inwood bar turned chaotic at closing time. “They’re familiar with the establishments closing at that particular time,” Holmes said. “They see a group of individuals engaged...
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5 shot including suspect in Inwood section of Manhattan: NYPD

NEW YORK - A gunman shot 4 people outside a bar in the Inwood section of Manhattan early Monday morning, before officers shot him, the NYPD says. Gunshots rang out at about 4 a.m. outside 11:11 Restaurant and Lounge in the area of West 211th Street and 10th Avenue. Chief...
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Cops shoot Inwood gunman who opened fire on four individuals near nightclub

Police officers shot a suspect who opened fire on and wounded four men during a dispute near an Inwood lounge early Monday morning, law enforcement sources said. The injured male perpetrator is now undergoing surgery at Harlem Hospital as detectives continue to investigate the events that transpired, Chief of Patrol Juanita Holmes told reporters at a press conference near the scene.
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