The NYPD is trying out some super-scanning tech, a wallet only you can open, a device that will know if you've fallen down, and what Beavis and Butthead would look like if they were real!
The first St Patrick's Day parade in New York City was held in 1766 organized by Irish soldiers serving in His Majesty's service. City folk marched for any and all reasons back then, usually organized along fraternal, trade or military organizational lines. The early St Patrick's Day marchers would form up at their parish churches or their organizations' headquarters and march to the Old St Patrick's Cathedral (now at Mott and Prince Streets). The Archbishop greeted the groups, dignitaries and politicians addressed the crowd and the marchers dispersed in search of a bit of St Patty's Day pleasure. As the City moved uptown so did the parade, marching to the far reaches of the City and the site of the new St Patrick's Cathedral on Fifth Avenue and 50th Street. Today's parade starts at 42nd Street and marchers travel north to 86th Street. It is customary for the New York Archbishop to review the parade in front of St Patrick's. The St Patrick's Day Parade is one of the few remaining where no cars, floats, buses, trucks or other vehicles are allowed. People march, march, march up Fifth Avenue, led by members of the 165th Infantry (originally the Irish 69th Regiment of Fighting Irish fame). Sponsored by the Ancient Order of Hibernians, the more than 150,000 marchers are members of various Irish societies from New York and around the country; many Eire-based societies make the Atlantic crossing to trek the two miles uptown. Large contingents include the Emerald Societies of the New York City Police and Fire Departments, and any politician running for office within a 50-mile radius.
A snapshot of a New York City police officer giving new boots to a barefoot homeless man in Times Square has created an online sensation. Officer Larry DePrimo gave the man a pair of all-weather boots and thermal socks on the frigid night. (Nov. 29)
NYPD attacks video journalist and steals his camera.
NYPD officer deals with tough personal choice and Police Department politics after loosing his sight while rescuing victims from WTC attack on 9/11. Visit *******peppini****
A former NYPD Detective loved his job as an undercover narcotics cop. Now he now fighting for his rights to a proper NYPD disability pension and Social Security benefits. Visit
Let EbenGregory tell it, when it comes to robbing...you can't steal second base and keep one foot on first. In another tired episode of THE JEWELRY REPORT, the NYPD allegedly investigate Fabolous for being the ring leader of a chain snatching crew.
Chewbacca runner lol
Friendly Crowd Control
Verbal Abuse from Illegal Salesman lol
Today on This Week in YouTube, Lon Harris and Leah D'Emilio present the Big Brother housemates' first earthquake, Oliver Stone's Harry Potter-themed musical documenting the life of George W. Bush, and the horrifying sequel to Cloverfield. In Beijing, the practice ceremony from the upcoming Olympics made its way onto YouTube, an NYPD officer was revealed his hate of bicycles, and a woman discovered her hotel room was clean beyond her imagination. Also this week, Rihanna was kidnapped and forced to make a music video, Mahalo Daily was at Comic-Con, where we discovered a "realistic" representation of Astral Projection, and watched Tropic Thunder so you don't have to (although you really should). Finally, Salad Fingers creeped its way onto the tubes, and the world's endemic iPhone drought continued. That's This Week in YouTube, which we watch so you don't have to.
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"NYPD Blue" co-creator Steven Bochco talks about his upcoming TNT series "Raising the Bar."
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NYPD officer, Sam Tyler, travels back in time to 1973! Catch the series premiere sneak peak!
NYPD detective, Sam Tyler, travels back in time to 1973! Catch the series premiere sneak peak!
For the last several years rights for imprisoned people with psychiatric disabilities have been calling for change within the nypd due to the many deaths of people obviously suffering from mental illness and in need of help.
RIPPD calls on all now.
Tom Joyce, former NYPD detective, discusses the value of good investigative and intelligence solutions at the IACP 2009 in Denver.
Actress Sharon Lawrence from "Community" and "NYPD Blue." At the Creative Coalition / National Lab Day dinner in Brentwood. April 1st, 2010.