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Tuesday, February 26, 2008
NYPD GRADUATES 129 TRAFFIC ENFORCEMENT AGENTS
The new graduates join a force of 2,780 agents and supervisors who manage traffic throughout the five boroughs.
PRESS RELEASE # 008




Tuesday, February 19, 2008
NYPD MOUNTED UNIT ADDS TEN MEMBERS
Police Commissioner Raymond W. Kelly today presided over a graduation ceremony to induct 10 new members into the New York City Police Department’s elite Mounted Unit.
PRESS RELEASE # 006




Friday, February 8, 2008
NYPD ANNOUNCES STREET CLOSURES AND EXPECTED TRAFFIC DELAYS FOR THE WEEKEND OF FEBRUARY 9-10
NEW YORK CITY POLICE DEPARTMENT ANNOUNCES STREET CLOSURES AND EXPECTED TRAFFIC DELAYS FOR THE WEEKEND OF FEBRUARY 9-10
PRESS RELEASE # 005




Monday, February 4, 2008
NYPD ANNOUNCES STREET CLOSINGS AND ADVISORY FOR THE NY GIANTS PARADE AND CELEBRATION
NYPD ANNOUNCES STREET CLOSINGS AND ADVISORY FOR THE NY GIANTS PARADE AND CELEBRATION IN LOWER MANHATTAN ON TUESDAY
PRESS RELEASE # 004




Tuesday, January 15, 2008
NEW YORK CITY POLICE COMMISSIONER RAYMOND W. KELLY COMMENDS TWO OFFICERS FOR HELPING TO STOP ROBBERY AND ASSAULTS ON ELDERLY IN THE BRONX
Police Commissioner Raymond W. Kelly today presented Police Officer Gustavo Medina and Police Officer Sasha Rodriguez with Certificates of Recognition for helping to apprehend a perpetrator who assaulted and robbed four elderly women in the South Bronx.
PRESS RELEASE # 003




Tuesday, January 8, 2008
New Class of 1,028 NYPD Recruits Sworn in
Police Commissioner Raymond W. Kelly today swore in a new class of 1,028 New York City Police Department recruits. The recruits begin formal Police Academy training to become police officers next week.




Monday, January 7, 2008
MAYOR BLOOMBERG AND POLICE COMMISSIONER KELLY ANNOUNCE NEW YORK CITY REMAINS THE SAFEST BIG CITY IN AMERICA ACCORDING TO FBI UNIFORM CRIME REPORT
New York City's Crime Reduction Far Outpaces Nation's For First Six Months of 2007, Violent Crime fell 5% in the City Compared to National Decrease of 1.8%; Homicide Fell 11.7% Compared to a 1.1% Decrease Nationwide; and Motor Vehicle Theft Fell 20.3% in the City Compared to a National Decline of 7.4%




Wednesday, January 2, 2008
POLICE COMMISSIONER RAYMOND W. KELLY RECOGNIZES POLICE OFFICER FOR BRAVERY IN 17TH PRECINCT KNIFE ATTACKS
Police Commissioner Raymond W. Kelly today presented Police Officer Gregory Chin with a Certificate of Recognition for his bravery in an Oct. 6 knife attack in the 17th Precinct in Manhattan’s Murray Hill.
PRESS RELEASE # 001




Monday, December 31, 2007
Police Headquarters Visitor’s Entrance Dedicated to Retired Detectives Injured in 1982 Terrorist Attacks
New York City Police Commissioner Raymond W. Kelly today dedicated the Headquarters visitor’s entrance to three retired detectives injured in a terrorist attack on One Police Plaza twenty-five years ago.
PRESS RELEASE # 065




Friday, December 28, 2007
New Year's Eve Advisory
The New York City Police Department Announces Street Closures for the New Year's Eve Celebration in Times Square



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