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‘It’s Surreal, Says NYPD Sergeant On the Front Lines of the COVID-19 Crisis
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‘It’s Surreal, Says NYPD Sergeant On the Front Lines of the COVID-19 Crisis

New York, NY – Sergeant Bill Morrissey, a 20-year NYPD veteran and union delegate, is working on the front lines of the coronavirus crisis. LaborPress recently talked with him about the challenges he and the rest of his brothers and sisters are facing on the job. The Bronx-born and Pennsylvania-raised Morrissey has a lot of…

NYPD Loses 5 Members to Coronavirus; Commissioner Determined to Overcome Crisis
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NYPD Loses 5 Members to Coronavirus; Commissioner Determined to Overcome Crisis

New York, NY – Police Commissioner Dermot Shea confirmed Tuesday that five members of the NYPD have now lost their lives to the COVID-19 coronavirus — all within a single week. Numerous other members are out sick. Dennis Dickson, a 14-year veteran and custodian at 1 Police Plaza, became the NYPD’s first reported coronavirus-related fatality…