NEW YORK (AP) - ABC News says it has hired New York City’s former police commissioner as a consultant to discuss national security, domestic and foreign intelligence matters.
ABC News President Ben Sherwood announced Raymond Kelly’s appointment in a statement issued Friday.
Kelly served three terms as commissioner of the nation’s largest police force under former Mayor Michael Bloomberg. He also served under David Dinkins.
The city’s longest-serving police commissioner is credited with achieving record crime reductions and devoting vast resources to counterterrorism efforts.
The former Marine is now an executive at a global commercial real estate brokerage.
Sherwood says Kelly will contribute across all ABC News platforms.
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