News 12 reached out to the mayor’s office and received a statement in response that says, “Our door has always been and continues to be open to the PBA to negotiate a long-term contract, as we’ve done with nearly the entire city workforce to date.”

A representative also countered the union’s pay claims by saying that city officers make more than other departments, and that the city spent over $170,000 per officer in June 2015, including salary and benefits.

However, the PBA says the mayor’s office only wants to negotiate on its own terms.

Meanwhile, Sergeants Benevolent Association President Ed Mullins said on a radio show Sunday that NYPD Commissioner Bill Bratton has worn out his welcome. Mullins accused Bratton of having double standards and punishing high-ranking officers less severely.

News 12 reached out to Mullins, who declined to comment. News 12 is also still awaiting a response from Commissioner Bratton about the claims.