From the NYPD firearms discharge report for 2014:
In adversarial conflict, 58 NYPD officers fired 201 rounds in 35 incidents.
In total, 104 NYPD officers fired 282 rounds shot in 79 incidents.
18 incidents involving animal attack.
There were 4 suicides.
In adversarial conflict:
41% of officers fired one round. No officer had to reload.
52% of those shootings were in Brooklyn.
14 suspects shot and injured.
8 shot and killed.
1 suspect was “unarmed.”
4.9 million “radio assignments involving weapons.”
4,779 gun arrests.
1,172 criminal shooting incidents.
2 officers injured.
2 officers killed.
To put the NYPD in perspective, according to the data from the Guardian's The Counted, 7 people have been killed in New York this year (2015). Compare that some other cities:
Miami and Indianapolis: 8 each.
Dallas and Oklahoma City: 7 each.
San Jose, San Francisco, Austin, Las Vegas (NV): 6 each.
Bakersfield, CA: 5.
Collectively those cities have fewer people than New York City. And those other cities have seen 53 people killed by police this year.
For the NYPD: