Tragic murder committed in the early hours of the day. New York's CBS 2 reports: A gunman used anti-gay slurs before he shot and killed a man in fashionable Greenwich Village early Saturday, police Commissioner Ray Kelly said. Police were...
NEW YORK—New York City police commissioner Ray Kelly says he wasn't surprised about the Boston Marathon bombings—the first terror attack on U.S. soil since Sept. 11, 2001. Just that it didn't happen sooner. "When something like Boston happens, it's a shock to the public psyche, but not to us," Kelly said at the Atlantic's New [...]
From the Department of Never Let a Serious Crisis Go to Waste comes word that New York City Police Commissioner Ray Kelly thinks that now is a great time to install even more surveillance cameras hither and yon around the Big Apple. After...Show More Summary
In a press conference this afternoon, New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg and Police Commissioner Ray Kelly revealed that the Boston bombers were on their way to detonate more explosives in Times Square before being confronted and stopped by Boston-area police. Read more...
The city’s security “Ring of Steel’’ must be widened, NYPD Commissioner Ray Kelly said yesterday.Touring the Police Department’s Lower Manhattan Security Initiative — a center where scores of workers scour constant images from 4,000Show More Summary
NYC Police Commissioner Ray Kelly says the Tsarnaev brothers were planning to come to New York, but to "party" not to carry out additional attacks....
There is once again a high terror alert in New York City. Mayor Michael Bloomberg and Police Commissioner Ray Kelly said Tuesday they are taking no chances that an attack similar to the Boston Marathon bombings could happen here.TheShow More Summary
In the wake of the Boston Marathon bombings, New York will remain on high alert, with an elevated police presence at strategic locations and increased security measures for two weekend marathon events, Police Commissioner Ray Kelly said Tuesday. Show More Summary
The most intriguing question of the current stop and frisk trial is why Police Commissioner Ray Kelly is not testifying.
For 12 years Joseph Esposito was the highest ranking uniformed officer in the NYPD. Yet in those 12 years, the former Chief of Department could not recall a single conversation he had with Police Commissioner Ray Kelly on the topic of racial profiling. Show More Summary
Is the idea of an inspector general to monitor the NYPD as far-fetched and unworkable as Police Commissioner Ray Kelly and his claque of supporters claim?
(The Root) -- What happens when you put Rev. Al Sharpton and New York City Police Commissioner Ray Kelly in the same room, in front of a mic? You get Sharpton making a joke: "We gonna bring Kelly on after I stop and frisk him in the back," referring to the controversial police practice that disproportionately detains black and brown men. Show More Summary
During testimony Monday in the case against NYPD’s stop-and-frisk policy, State Sen. Eric Adams (D-Brooklyn) recounted comments made by Police Commissioner Ray Kelly: Kelly said that officers focused on that group of people “because he wanted to instill fear in them that every time they left home they could be targeted by police.” That’s right [...]
NYC Police Commissioner Ray Kelly makes case for 'stop and frisk' before Sharpton organization in New York City....
A shrewd move by Police Commissioner Ray Kelly, appointing Phil Banks, a high-ranking black officer, as the NYPD's chief of department.
Today the New York City Police Department, under the leadership of Commissioner Ray Kelly and Mayor Michael Bloomberg, will conduct its five millionth stop-and-frisk procedure, according to a data analysis from the New York Civil Liberties Union. More »
While Police Commissioner Ray Kelly won't call last night's violence during an otherwise peaceful vigil a "riot," the NYPD's Deputy Commissioner of Public Information office labeled this video "383-13 67 PCT GANG RIOT." The surveillance...Show More Summary
Twenty years ago today, a bomb exploded in the parking garage of the World Trade Center just after noon. Six people were killed and over 1,000 were injured. Yesterday Police Commissioner Ray Kelly, who rushed to the scene on that day,...Show More Summary
So this is genuinely bizarre: Katie Couric and New York police commissioner Ray Kelly are investigating a series of 911 calls placed in the early hours of the morning—Tuesdays at 2 AM—from a number registered to Couric's dead husband Jay Monahan, who passed away of colon cancer in 1998. Show More Summary
NYPD Police Commissioner Ray Kelly joined "The Daily Show" on Tuesday to discuss a number of topics including gun control and a possible run for...