Inside the NYPD
Summary: Inside the NYPD is the official podcast of the New York City Police Department.
Criminalists in the Police Laboratory in Queens, New York are part of a multi-stage process of collecting and examining evidence.
An offshoot of the NYPD-Brooklyn Clergy Task Force helps grandmothers to protect their children, their neighbors and themselves.
Volume 2, Episode 10 - NYPD criminalists develop fingerprints to help identify and prosecute suspects.
Police Laboratory, Pilot Volunteers in Ghana
A clip from the National Geographic documentary on NYPD anti-terror measures, culminating in the New Year's Eve countdown in Times Square. (TRT 0:30)
Active Shooter Report, Haiti One Year Later, New Officers
Police shootings are down; parcels plot; new K9 (7:14)
Volume 2, Episode 9 - The NYPD has protected visiting dignitaries and the City during the United Nations General Assembly for decades. Here, a look at some of their tactics, tried and new. (5:44)
Midtown Security Initiative launches/UN General Assy package (7:46)
Pre-Ramadan conference; new recruits (6:50)
The Times Square Car Bomb; New Immigrant Outreach Unit (9:48)
Volume 2, Episode 8 - 'Plainclothes' officers in Midtown Manhattan talk about some of the work they do to catch criminals who steal from unsuspecting victims in the City's busiest shopping and tourist areas. (6:15)
President Barack Obama visited the Real Time Crime Center to thank first responders to the May 1 Times Square car bomb. He addressed members of the Department and was presented with an honorary NYPD jacket. (TRT 1:47)
Safety during the Census; Department promotions; animal rescues. (TRT 8:12)
Fearing for and saving lives: how the Haiti earthquake affected the NYPD. (TRT 6:28)