This edition: Charles Gasparino, reporter, CNBC and columnist, Newsweek.comTweet
Original tape date: April 17, 2006.
The most dapper police commissioner in recent memory, as introduced by Ronnie Eldridge, discusses his beginnings in the police department, recruitment of minorities, and the department's relationship with its unions. Commissioner Kelly explains the reorganization of community and school safety divisions and the demand for more social services as a growing part of police work. He outlines the department's work with domestic violence, child abuse, gun control and border policing in New York State and the rest of the country. The Commissioner outlines New York Cities broad international approach to terrorism explaining the City's relationship to many U.S. and E.U. organizations.
Prof. Sarah Bartlett Professor, CUNY Graduate School of Journalism
Charles Gasparino Reporter, CNBC and columnist, Newsweek.com