New York City Agrees to New Contract with NYPD

New York City has tentatively agreed to terms of a new contract for it's police officers, agreeing to an 11 percent raise with the Patrolman's Benevolent Association.

The deal with the PBA is subject to a vote by it's members. Assuming it is agreed upon, the new contract will result in a 9 percent raise for officers coupled with a 2.25 percent raise tied to Mayor Bill deBlasio's "neighborhood policing program." 

Read more details of the contract HERE.


Help support the men and women who protect and serve by donating or joining now! Americans in Support of Law Enforcement is a nonprofit organization and your donations help keep us up and running.