Yesterday, former NYPD commissioner Ray Kelly appeared on ABC News’ This Week and said that the recent Walter Scott shooting had reversed his opinion on police body cameras. Kelly, a former body-camera skeptic, said, “We have to assume...Show More Summary
Matthew Feeney Yesterday, former NYPD commissioner Ray Kelly appeared on ABC News’ This Week and said that the recent Walter Scott shooting had reversed his opinion on police body cameras. Kelly, a former body-camera skeptic, said, “We...Show More Summary
Former NYPD Commissioner Ray Kelly—who once warned against police officers being equipped with body-cameras—is now coming out in support of the recording technology. Kelly's reversal, he noted on ABC's This Week on Sunday, was prompted...Show More Summary
It took the fatal shooting of an unarmed black man in the back by a white police officer in South Carolina to get former New York City police commissioner Ray Kelly to backtrack on earlier statements opposing mandatory body cameras on police officers.
The shooting of an unarmed black man by a cop in South Carolina has made former NYPD Commissioner Ray Kelly a believer in police body cameras.
Former NYPD Commissioner Ray Kelly told This Week Sunday morning the Walter Scott shooting had caused him to reverse his previous position and support body cameras on police officers.
SADLY, AN “ACTUAL DEBATE” ABOUT A CHARGED SUBJECT AT AN IVY LEAGUE SCHOOL IS NEWS NOWADAYS: An Actual Debate About Rape At Brown. But don’t get too excited: “Since this is Brown, where then NYC police commissioner Ray Kelly was shouted down and prevented from speaking, the planning for the debate came with several indicators […]
Former Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly will lose his 10-member security detail at the end of the year, a police source said Monday.
Former Police Commissioner Ray Kelly has spent the last year enveloped by a 10-man security detail, but it's set to vanish like Cinderella's pumpkin at the stroke of January 1st, DNAinfo reports. [ more › ]
The latest law enforcement official to enter into the "debate" over phone encryption is none other than NYPD Commissioner Bill Bratton, most famous around Techdirt for being "not Ray Kelly." Bratton sees eye-to-eye with pretty much every...Show More Summary
Ray Kelly is writing a memoir. The former NYC Police Commissioner, known for his work slashing crime in NYC, establishing a counter-terrorism operation post 9/11 and the controversial stop-and-frisk policy, has signed a book deal with Hachette Books. Show More Summary
He was cautious and deliberate. I left the 30 minute interview almost shocked. Ray Kelly, the proud former Marine and New York's longest serving police commissioner, is as strong a supporter of the police as they come. Kelly had a 47 year career in the NYPD. Show More Summary
As New York City's Police Commissioner for a dozen years under Mayor Michael Bloomberg, Ray Kelly helped foil 16 terrorist plots against the city. Mr. Kelly, 72, left that job at the beginning of... To view the full story, click the title link.
Siegel: A funny thing happened on the way to New York City becoming some sort of police state: Democracy worked. On their overdue way out, Mayor Mike Bloomberg and Commissioner Ray Kelly responded to mounting public anger and racialShow More Summary
Police Commissioner William Bratton said he’d discontinue the policy of his predecessor, Ray Kelly, of spying on Muslims, but has yet to fully make good on that promise. As The Times’s Joseph Goldstein reported, the department is still running a program that singles out Muslims in a problematic way, this time to recruit them as […]
Life has been pretty good for former NYPD Commissioner Ray Kelly since he was booted out of 1 Police Plaza three months ago. [ more › ]
There was apparently quite a competition amongst news organizations over who would get to have the privilege and honor of fawning over former New York Police Department commissioner Ray Kelly on a regular basis, but ABC News won. The New York Times reported, “Several television news organization had been seeking to hire Mr. Show More Summary
Mr. Kelly, a 43-year veteran of the police department in New York, will be a consultant and expert commentator for all the network’s news programs.
Ray Kelly, the former police commissioner of New York City, is joining ABC News as a consultant, Ben Sherwood announced this morning. “A 43-year veteran of the NYPD, Commissioner Kelly’s vast knowledge will provide our viewers with an even deeper understanding of national security and intelligence issues at home and overseas. Show More Summary
ABC News President Ben Sherwood sent the following note to the news division this morning announcing that former Police Commissioner of the City of New York, Ray Kelly will join ABC News as a consultant for all platforms: I am delighted to announce that Ray Kelly is...