NYPD Hosts Operation Sentry: A Counterterrorism Coalition [NYPDnews.com recap 11.16.16]

NYPDnews.com | recap 11.16.16

NYPD Hosts Operation Sentry: A Counterterrorism Coalition

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“Glad to see how Operation Sentry has grown – from 2006 with only 10 departments to today with about 85,” said Police Commissioner James O’Neill. “We’re proud the NYPD is playing a leading role in intelligence sharing across the country. We have much to share, and we have much to learn.

The conference is a multi-regional, multi-agency collaboration designed by the NYPD’s Intelligence Bureau to help detect potential threats to New York that originate outside the city.

Read more [HERE].

1. Dozens of NYPD cops who saved lives with anti-overdose drug Naloxone honored in Staten Island

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2. Three Guns Recovered By Bronx Anti-Crime Team

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Read more [HERE].

 

3. Auxiliary Longevity Awards

Congratulations to all of those honored for their dedication to the NYPD. This includes Aux. Inspector Stahl (above)- 50 years of service!

 

4. Connecting With Those We Serve In Staten Island

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Police Officers from the @NYPD120Pct connected with less fortunate community members by distributing Thanksgiving turkeys.

5. Protecting NYC — #ItsWhatWeDo

PSA 3 Police officers in Brooklyn are keeping residents of the Sumner Housing Development safe — they recently took these two guns and drugs off the streets of Brooklyn.

 

Protecting New York City & Connecting with those we serve:

Keeping Queens Safe: Great work by the day tour Anti-Crime, they removed this illegal weapon from our streets.#OneLessGun #ItsWhatWeDo (via @NYPD102Pct)

 

Connecting in Brooklyn: The @NYPD63Pct hearing and addressing concerns of the Marine Park Civic Association

 

Arrest: ACIS detectives made an arrest for robbery and cruelty to an animal (pictured); via @NYPDpaws)

 

Cleaning Up Manhattan: Officer Hilbig of the @NYPD24Pct doesn’t just keep the community safe, she keeps it looking great too. Join us in saying thank you! (@NYPDnews)

 

Honoring Hard Work In The Bronx: Our 1st Annual 47 Pct, Cop Recognition Ceremony, thank u all for your hard work and dedication! You are appreciated! Keep up the good work! (via @NYPD47Pct)