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November 01, 2006
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How NYPD Commissioner Kelly reads his way to vigilance on crime

By Bradley Hope, Staff Reporter of the Sun
The New York Sun
Copyright 2006 The New York Sun, One SL, LLC
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Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly starts his morning by reading through the crime reports from the last 24 hours, which are delivered to his apartment at 6 a.m. Then come the newspapers.

After he arrives at his 14th-floor office at One Police Plaza - where he sits behind the same oak desk that Theodore Roosevelt used as police commissioner in 1895 - Mr. Kelly spends part of his day reading intelligence memorandums, paging through more crime reports, and scrutinizing the CompStat numbers.

Full story: How NYPD Commissioner Kelly reads his way to vigilance on crime






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