New York City Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly said none of the candidates vying to replace Mayor Michael Bloomberg has asked for a briefing on threats from terrorism.
New York City Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly leads the field of potential mayoral candidates in 2013, even though he hasn’t expressed interest in the job, according to a Quinnipiac University poll.
New York City Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly said a court ruling that the city’s stop-and-frisk practices violate minorities’ constitutional rights “cries out for appeal” because it’s based on a small sample size.
New York City Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly said there is no evidence to suggest the Pakistani Taliban movement was behind a bombing attempt in Times Square yesterday.
A 20-year-old store employee was shot and killed by a police officer as he sought safety from armed robbers in the Bronx section of New York, police said.
The New York City Police Department arrested 252 people in connection with yesterday’s Occupy Wall Street protests, mostly for resisting arrest and disorderly conduct, police said.
New York detectives sought to identify a person seen in Times Square around the hour of this weekend’s attempted car bombing, while police and building owners stepped up security in midtown Manhattan.
"You learn some of it by trial and error, but I think generally speaking, police are better trained now and have better tactics."
- Raymond Kelly on Oct 05, 2014
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