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Topic - Raymond W. Kelly
Ex-NYPD Commissioner Raymond Kelly has a new job advising clients of a commercial real estate firm on how to protect themselves from terrorism, crime and other threats.
Nearly five dozen New York City police officers have been sued more than 10 times in the past decade, according to a newspaper report published Sunday.
The video is riddled with menace and swagger: Reputed gang members in Chicago point their guns directly at the camera. A bare-chested young man brandishes an assault weapon. They flash hand signals, dance and, led by a rapper, taunt their rivals as he chants:
NEW YORK (AP) — Gov. Andrew Cuomo says he's recruited New York City's former top cop to be a special adviser to establish the nation's first college dedicated to homeland security.
At a recent briefing in lower Manhattan, the New York Police Department gave an auditorium full of private security executives plenty to worry about.
Raymond W. Kelly, the commissioner of the New York Police Department, will receive a 10-member team of around-the-clock security officers when he retires next year, a task force that's going to cost taxpayers an estimated $1.5 million a year.
A black man went on a rampage in New York City's Union Square on Wednesday, savagely attacking a 62-year-old white man and leaving him brain-dead, police said.
New York City's police commissioner says investigators have some leads in the killing of a 1-year-old boy who was shot in his stroller while on a walk with his parents.
With the simultaneous rise of liberals in President Obama's Democratic coalition and Rand Paul-style libertarianism among Republicans, concern over government intrusiveness has moved to the forefront, sparking a debate that would have seemed unimaginable during the cocaine wars or in the wake of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.
Former New York Gov. George Pataki on Tuesday defended the Bloomberg administration's use of a controversial crime-fighting tactic that's been linked to racial profiling, saying it's been a catalyst for New York City's decades-long turnaround from seedy to family-friendly.
New York City Police Commissioner Raymond W. Kelly took to MSNBC's "Morning Joe" panel Tuesday to defend the city's stop-and-frisk program, which he said has been essential in reducing crime.
A rusted 5-foot-tall piece of landing gear believed to be from one of the hijacked planes destroyed in the Sept. 11 attacks has been discovered near the World Trade Center wedged between a luxury apartment building and a mosque site that once prompted virulent national debate about Islam and free speech.
A senior member of the Senate Judiciary Committee on Thursday described as a "big mistake" a decision to shut down the interrogation of the surviving accused Boston Marathon bomber before the FBI had completed its questioning so he could be read his Miranda rights.
Tamerlan and Dzhokhar Tsarnaev were headed to New York City to "party" in the hours after the Boston Marathon bombing that killed three and injured nearly 200, police said Wednesday.
One of New York's biggest names in hip-hop music has launched a campaign to get guns off the streets by trading weapons for concert tickets.
He told the Wall Street Journal (http://on.wsj.com/1ieLWOZ ) the job offered an opportunity for him "to take some of the things I've learned and help start a new practice."