Commissioner O'Neill

Commissioner O'Neill


The Official Twitter Account of James P. O'Neill, Commissioner of the New York City Police Department.

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A 46 y/o woman, on Division Ave & Rodney St in Brooklyn, was attacked from behind, slammed on the ground & — while dazed — the suspect tried to remove her pants. Help us prevent this from happening to anyone else. @NYPDDetectives  want to talk to this guy: ☎️ @NYPDTips  with info.

A Manhattan North Violent Crimes Squad investigation took these 4 illegal guns off your streets last week — undoubtedly preventing more violence. The brave men & women of your NYPD remain committed to keeping every neighborhood in NYC safe, often at great risk to themselves.

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160 gun arrests last week and another 37 gun arrests yesterday, all without a single shot being fired by police. Your cops are out there, committed to the safety of ALL NYers. Arrests like these are just one part of the criminal justice system.

This Saturday, members of the NYPD will join @LAPDHQ  & first responders across the country in a Hope-Honor-Heal virtual 5K walk to help raise awareness about law enforcement suicide. Do it for a friend, colleague, or for your own wellbeing. More info ➡️

19 years ago today, our country & our city were attacked. Members of the NYPD, without hesitation, ran directly into harm’s way — to help strangers. We lost 23 heroes that morning, and hundreds more in the ensuing years. We will #NeverForget. 

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Rediscovered message books from the year after 9/11 contain notes about — & to — some of NYC’s fallen heroes. Penned by grieving family & visitors from across the country & world, they remind us that our members’ sacrifices will resonate forever in those left behind. #NeverForget 

Judges in NYS are not allowed to consider dangerousness when determining whether an individual is detained pre-trial after an arrest. We pass laws to keep people safe and to hold people accountable for their actions. The status quo does neither.

Members of your @  href='/s/nypddetectives’ grand larceny division'>NYPDDetectives’ Grand Larceny Division were investigating a pattern of more than 45 thefts of entire ATM machines this morning when they caught criminals in the act. After a brief chase, the thieves were in handcuffs & off our streets. Great job by all!

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20 more arrests in shooting incidents and homicides last week, and 41 more gun arrests this weekend alone. The NYPD remains laser-focused on getting individuals who carry illegal firearms off our streets — especially repeat offenders — and curbing more gun violence in NYC.

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