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Sergeants Union Boss Defends PBA Funeral Petition With 'Hundreds' of Signatures

Another police union boss has entered the funeral fray.

Sergeants Benevolent Association President Edward Mullins defended rank-and-file union head Patrick Lynch for posting a petition online… 685 more words

Sergeants Benevolent Association Blasts Mayor Bill De Blasio After Attack On Cops

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – The head of the Sergeants Benevolent Association had some harsh words for Mayor Bill de Blasio on Monday, after a scuffle between police and protesters… 1,438 more words


Some Uniformed Unions Looking for a Better Deal From City Hall

Mayor Bill de Blasio inked a tentative deal with a slew of unions representing high-ranking uniformed officers yesterday, but the tens of thousands more cops, firefighters, sanitation and correction workers are still without a contract—and some union heads say they’re insisting on a better deal. 620 more words

Cops Unions 'Disgusted' by City Council's Eric Garner Reaction

There is little love lost between the City Council and police unions.

Both the Patrolmen’s Benevolent Association and the Sergeants Benevolent Association blasted a City Council proposal… 439 more words

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Bratton: Report That Maryland Prison Gang Is Targeting Cops Is 'Overblown'

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork)NYPD Commissioner Bill Bratton on Sunday downplayed reports that a gang with historical ties to the Black Panther movement may be planning to gun down an on-duty police officer. 357 more words


Cop Union Boss Wants Independent Prosecutors After Eric Garner

Sergeants Benevolent Association President Edward Mullins today called for independent prosecutors to investigate cases of police killings of civilians in reaction to outrage over the non-indictment of a police officer in the homicide of black Staten Islander Eric Garner. 223 more words

Cop Union Boss: Woman Mayor Would Bring 'Less Aggressive,' 'Softer Approach'

Sergeants Benevolent Association President Ed Mullins told reporters today he wanted to see a woman challenge Mayor Bill de Blasio in 2017–arguing that a member of the fairer sex would bring a much-needed feminine touch to the office. 460 more words