2016 State of the NYPD



On January 20, 2016, more than 250 New York City Police Foundation supporters and NYPD executives gathered at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel to hear Police Commissioner William J. Bratton deliver his “State of the NYPD” address. Commissioner Bratton reported that the NYPD is changing how it does business—changing how it connects with the public, how it relates to its officers, and how it keeps the residents, visitors, and workforce of this city safe.

Read more about today’s event at: NYPD News

Commissioner Bratton’s Letter to the Editor: New York Daily News

Watch the exclusive video shown at the event:

Commissioner Bratton presented updates on technology, training, counterterrorism, community partnership, and more. Specifically, he discussed expansions to the Neighborhood Policing Patrol Program and Community Partners Program. These programs are part of a Foundation sponsored Model Precinct Initiative that develops communication efforts and local activities precinct by precinct.

The New York City Police Foundation has been collaborating with the NYPD for 45 years, supporting innovative public safety programs that make New York City a safer place to live, visit and work. Please give and show your support for the men and women in blue.


Below you’ll find some interesting articles recapping that morning:

New York Daily News article: click here.

NY1 article: click here.


Special thanks to (in order of appearance):

William J. Bratton, New York City Police Commissioner
Henry Kissinger, Former Secretary of State
Michael Price, President, MFP Investors
Richard Aborn, President, Citizens Crime Commission of NYC
Ruel Stephenson, Inspector, NYPD
Tracy Maitland, President, Advent Capital Management
Richard E. Green, Community Activist
Christian Campoverde, Police Officer, NYPD
Andrew Tisch, Co-Chair, Loews Corporation

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