1,000 NYPD officers assigned to counterterrorism efforts

In 2002, New York City Police Commissioner Raymond W. Kelly…

In 2002, New York City Police Commissioner Raymond W. Kelly began building a counterterrorism unit for the city of New York.  In doing so, NYPD had to stop relying on classified data from the FBI and have full access to the department’s own stream of threat reporting concerning New York.  Six years later, the FBI granted Kelly with a solution for obtaining and tracking classified information in the form of a  classified-information vault, like the FBI’s, at NYPD headquarters.  For more details, click here and return back to comment.

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