Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly to Discuss NYC Security Issues
NEW YORK, NY -- New York City Police Commissioner Raymond
W. Kelly will be the guest speaker at Baruch’s School
of Public Affairs spring Public Policy Breakfast on April
28, and will address his department’s preparation for
security threats in New York City.
The event is free and open to the public, but RSVPs are required. Those planning to attend may call 212-802-5735 or e-mail their intentions to firstname.lastname@example.org. The continental breakfast will begin at 8:00 AM.
Kelly, the only person to be appointed to the post of Police Commissioner for two separate tenures, served as the senior managing director of global corporate security at Bear, Stearns, & Co. Inc. before his latest term under Mayor Michael Bloomberg. He has also served as Vice President of the Americas for Interpol, and as director of the International Police Monitors in Haiti, for which he was awarded the Exceptionally Meritorious Service Commendation by former President Bill Clinton.
The School of Public Affairs this year celebrates its tenth anniversary as a school, coinciding with the fiftieth anniversary of Baruch’s program in public administration. The Public Policy breakfasts serve the school’s mission of providing a forum for open public discussion with governmental and other leaders on matters of pressing political and social importance.
Vince Passaro, Dir. of Public Relations
Zane Berzins, News Director