2005-05-27 / Community

Piekarski Hosts Civilian ‘Commanders’


Four lucky civilians – hand picked by NYPD Commissioner Ray Kelly – were made “Commanding Officers For the Day” in the 100 Precinct this week. The commanders donned bulletproof vests for a ride-along/precinct tour with police officers Wednesday night. Other perks included a review of CompStat crime statistics and face time with the real McCoy – Deputy Inspector Paul Piekarski. Picture above: From l to r: Dr. John Lyden, Community Affairs Officers Louis Brust and Peter Griffith, Carol Lyden, Ronald Trost, Piekarski and Edward Weinstein. At right: Deputy Inspector Piekarski shows Edward Weinstein, a Far Rockaway High School graduate, the precinct’s latest CompStat crime statistics. Earlier in the evening, Piekarski described the fight for even lower crime numbers: “We’re no longer splitting hairs, we’re splitting atoms,” he said.
Four lucky civilians – hand picked by NYPD Commissioner Ray Kelly – were made “Commanding Officers For the Day” in the 100 Precinct this week. The commanders donned bulletproof vests for a ride-along/precinct tour with police officers Wednesday night. Other perks included a review of CompStat crime statistics and face time with the real McCoy – Deputy Inspector Paul Piekarski. Picture above: From l to r: Dr. John Lyden, Community Affairs Officers Louis Brust and Peter Griffith, Carol Lyden, Ronald Trost, Piekarski and Edward Weinstein. At right: Deputy Inspector Piekarski shows Edward Weinstein, a Far Rockaway High School graduate, the precinct’s latest CompStat crime statistics. Earlier in the evening, Piekarski described the fight for even lower crime numbers: “We’re no longer splitting hairs, we’re splitting atoms,” he said.

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