How NYPD Commissioner Kelly reads his way to vigilance on crime
By Bradley Hope, Staff Reporter of the Sun
The New York Sun
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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.