January 24, 2018
Today, Police Commissioner James O'Neill released the 2018 Police Commissioner's Report at the annual "State of the NYPD" breakfast held at the Pierre Hotel. The event was sponsored by the New York City Police Foundation and attended by many of its principal supporters along with members of the NYPD Executive Staff.
The report contains an in-depth review of the organizational structure of the New York City Police Department, including all Bureaus, as well as operational and support commands.
It highlights many of the department's current initiatives and strategies geared towards the continuing goals of keeping New York City safe and improving relationships with the people we serve.
"It is important that the people of New York City know their police department," said Commissioner O'Neill. "This report provides an opportunity to learn more about how the hardworking men and women of this department carry out their day-to-day responsibilities in serving and securing the safest large city in America."
The report focuses strongly on the Neighborhood Policing model, which will become fully implemented citywide during 2018.
Other features include insights into how the NYPD deals with such issues as the opioid crisis, precision policing and the real threat of terrorism.
The 2018 Commissioner's Report is a comprehensive 136-page document and is available online at http://nyc.gov/nypd/2018pcreport.