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.

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