Sgt. Ray Kelly blamed "a comedy of errors" for retweeting a livestream aired by Richard Spencer.
The public information officer for the Alameda County sheriff’s office apologized Tuesday for mistakenly retweeting a video of a press conference held by a prominent white supremacist. Sgt. Ray Kelly said he was doing research Monday night on neo-Nazis groups ahead of their planned Aug. Show More Summary
Rumor has it that President Trump is considering former Republican Congressman and FBI agent Mike Rogers and former New York City Police Commissioner Ray Kelly for James Comey's replacement at the FBI. The latest round of federal immigrant...Show More Summary
Ray Kelly won’t exactly be getting a letter of recommendation to be the next FBI director from Mayor de Blasio.
His name has bubbled to the top of the list, but some other contenders are emerging.
Ray Kelly says with Trump in office they’ll work harder to track and monitor immigrants. “I think we need some deeper vetting, deeper examination of people who are coming in,” Kelly said in an interview with John Catsimatidis on AM 970 in New York on Sunday. “I think it is necessary in this day and [...]
ROBERT MCMANUS: Ray Kelly’s Vindication: This weekend’s bombings show that the former NYPD commissioner interstate anti-terror strategy was correct.
The former commish scolded the mayor in the wake of the Chelsea and New Jersey bombings, telling The Daily Beast that de Blasio underplays the terrorist threat.
Former New York Police Commissioner Ray Kelly reflects on the 15th anniversary of 9/11 and the evolving terror threat.
About 300 people have called for Memphis, Tenn., to nix a contract for Kelly to consult about the city's spike in crime.
Former NYPD top cop Ray Kelly, whose memoir “Vigilance” is due out in paperback on Sept. 6, is updating the book with a bonus chapter to deal with the new wave of terrorists attacks in Paris, Brussels, San Bernardino, Orlando and elsewhere since Hachette published the best-seller a year ago. Kelly says small-town police forces...
When federal judge Shira Scheindlin ordered a number of stop-and-frisk reforms three years ago, Mayor Michael Bloomberg and NYPD Chief Ray Kelly both predicted a drop in unconstitutional stops would result in a dramatic rise in criminal...Show More Summary
Say the editors of The Daily News. The NYPD under Commissioner Ray Kelly used the lawful tactic of questioning suspicious individuals to deter crime before it happened. Many cops believed, for example, that the fear of getting stopped...Show More Summary
This weekend, former NYPD Commissioner Ray Kelly took a break from polishing his favorite nightstick, "Ol Beaty," and lodged some grade-A angry old man insults at the Black Lives Matter movement. "I think these demonstrations are counter-productive, they're silly," Kelly said. [ more › ]
“This man is homeless,” Ray Kelly said of the person in the photo above, which he took with a disposable Fujifilm camera. “He didn’t want his face in the picture. He was just hangin’ out because that’s what homeless people do. They hang out and wait for food or for a place to open. Show More Summary
A new poll shows former Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly has higher approval ratings than current top cop Bill Bratton, and more people think he was a better commissioner.
As she prepares to depart the federal bench, a newly candid Judge Shira Scheindlin laid into former mayor Michael Bloomberg and former NYPD boss Ray Kelly for their response to her 2013 ruling that the way police used stop-and-frisk was unconstitutional. [ more › ]
President Obama’s cuts to New York’s anti-terror funding smack of revenge, former Police Commissioner Ray Kelly said Sunday.
Just recently, we discussed the revelation that former Police Commissioner Ray Kelly's emails were deleted right as he was exiting office -- despite being ordered by a federal court to preserve all communications relevant to a summons quota lawsuit. Show More Summary
No surprises here, although the contempt for government authorities that aren't the NYPD is a bit audacious. Most of former NYPD Commissioner Raymond Kelly’s emails on his desktop computer were deleted at the end of his tenure despite an order they be preserved for a high-stakes class-action suit alleging a summons quota system within the department. Show More Summary