NEW YORK - All uniformed New York police on patrol will be equipped with ballistic helmets under a $7.5 million spending drive fueled by recent terror attacks and shootings, the department has said. The plan will see 20,000 ballistic helmets given to all uniformed patrol officers and 6,000 heavy ballistic vests distributed among 3,000 patrol vehicles between this summer and January 207. The roll-out is designed to make officers safer in responding to an active shooter situation, officials said.