New York City Police Commissioner William Bratton is joined by Mayor Bill de Blasio during a news conference on Friday in New York. The NYPD is stepping up measures in the wake of the attack on Dallas police. Bratton said officers will double up on patrols for their safety and police presence will be increased at protests.
New York City Police Commissioner William Bratton is joined by Mayor Bill de Blasio during a news conference on Friday in New York. The NYPD is stepping up measures in the wake of the attack on Dallas police. Bratton said officers will double up on patrols for their safety and police presence will be increased at protests. Mary Altaffer AP
New York City Police Commissioner William Bratton is joined by Mayor Bill de Blasio during a news conference on Friday in New York. The NYPD is stepping up measures in the wake of the attack on Dallas police. Bratton said officers will double up on patrols for their safety and police presence will be increased at protests. Mary Altaffer AP

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