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The Official Twitter Account of James P. O'Neill, Commissioner of the New York City Police Department.
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Commissioner O'Neill 22h
This morning NYPD officers in Staten Island responded to a call for help, as they do thousands of times a year. This incident is a reminder of the dangers our brave cops face every day, and that no call is ever routine. Our injured officer is in stable condition at the hospital.
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Commissioner O'Neill Sep 16
As longtime CO of , Insp. McGrath shaped young minds & prepared coming generations of NY’s Finest. We thank him for his 29 years of dedication & extend our deepest condolences to those whose lives he positively affected, especially his loved ones, friends & colleagues.
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Roy T Richter Sep 16
Terrible day as the NYPD deals with the shocking and tragic loss of Inspector Mike McGrath. Mike is a friend and loved by so many in his command. Rest In Peace . . .
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Commissioner O'Neill Sep 15
Excited to join some of our Hispanic executives to kick off . Join us in celebrating the culture & contributions of so many New York City families. The NYPD’s hardworking uniformed & civilian members proudly mirror the people we serve.
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Commissioner O'Neill Sep 14
Among the NYPD‘s Finest: Right place at the right time & always dedicated to public service: PO Czerw is in a highly-selective Queens patrol unit; PO Murphy pulls double-duty as a Bronx cop & member of the Army . ▶️
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Commissioner O'Neill Sep 13
The hardworking men & women of extend a huge thank you to Mrs. Marino’s incredible 1st graders in the Bronx for offering comfort & support to our first responders. On 9/11 — & every day — we greatly appreciate you (& the cookies!)
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Commissioner O'Neill Sep 11
The Sept. 11th terror attacks were an assault on liberty and all we hold dear. Forever resolute, the NYPD honors the sacrifice, bravery and courage of those we lost that day, as well as the hundreds more who have died from 9/11-related illnesses in the 18 years since.
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Commissioner O'Neill Sep 10
Listen to this story of an NYPD cop who found himself in a situation that’s more common than most people realize. He’s alive for one reason: He needed help & he reached out. If you or anyone you know needs help, pls do the same:
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Commissioner O'Neill Sep 10
On this 15th anniv. of the killing of Detectives Robert Parker & Patrick Rafferty, NYers are reminded of the supreme courage that NYPD cops display each day in the face of very real dangers. Our city is a far safer place now because of them & the work they inspired.
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Commissioner O'Neill Sep 9
Great street cops know that a strong rapport w/ the people we serve is vital to successful police work. NYC is safe, & the cops who’re sworn to protect everyone who lives, works & visits here will keep it that way. That’s what The Job is & always will be➡️
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Chief Terence Monahan Sep 8
Continuing the conversation on mental health couldn’t be more important. I want NY’s Finest to know: 🔹you have options 🔹you’re never alone 🔹help is available 24/7 Tune in now to any station for the campaign to . 🎧
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Commissioner O'Neill Sep 7
Radio stations on Sun. will air a 2-hr “I’m Listening” special dedicated to ending the stigma of talking about mental health. We must ALL discuss — for our cops, vets & everyone we care for.
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Chief Dermot F. Shea Sep 6
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Commissioner O'Neill Aug 30
Awais Chudhary carefully planned, conducted reconnaissance, picked a target, & was in the process of obtaining the weapon. All he had left to do was strike. All JTTF members should be commended for the disruption of this plot. They certainly saved lives.➡️
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Commissioner O'Neill Aug 30
In a tale of courage & professionalism that too often plays out overnight, police officers searching for a suspected gunman saw the man sitting on a bench. As they approached, the man opened fire. The police returned fire, killing him. Our cops will thankfully be OK.
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Commissioner O'Neill Aug 27
Another outstanding example of proactive precision policing by the NYPD Gun Violence Suppression Division, whose talented investigators took more than a dozen criminals, the drugs they intended to sell, and their communal guns, off the streets of NYC. ➡️
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NYPD 43rd Precinct Aug 24
Our hearts are truly heavy today as we mourn the loss of Police Officer Shane Sullivan. “Sully” was a young, kind, and humble Officer who will be missed by all who knew him. We also keep his family and friends in our prayers during this difficult time.
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Commissioner O'Neill Aug 19
Being an NYPD cop is a very difficult job. We get pulled from all sides. We do our best. We recruit from the human race. We’re not perfect. But, the next time you’re walking down the street and you feel safe, thank the NYPD.
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1010 WINS Aug 15
EXCLUSIVE: tells 1010 WINS' about 3 new mental health initiatives, following rash of suicides: an app, a partnership with a local medical facility and health insurance changes. MORE:
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Commissioner O'Neill Aug 15
Many in the criminal-justice reform movement call for cops & prosecutors to do more to take account of the trauma experienced by suspects. It’s time for NYers — who reap the benefits of a once-unfathomable crime decline — to do the same for our police. ⬇️
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