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New NYPD Deputy Commissioner of Operations

Police Commissioner Raymond W. Kelly has announced the appointment of Assistant Chief Phil T. Pulaski as Deputy Commissioner for Operations.
He will be responsible for designing and executing New York City Police Department crime fighting strategies, as well as auditing their implementation.
&#8220Few individuals in American law enforcement today have Chief Pulaski’s credentials and experience,” Kelly said. &#8220Fewer still have the combination of leadership skill and tenacity he brings to this critical post. He’ll play a central role in the Police Department’s continued effort to suppress crime and quality of life violations.”
Pulaski has been a member of the NYPD for 26 years and currently serves as Commanding Officer of the Intelligence Division. He was responsible there for the NYPD’s counter terrorism intelligence collection and investigation programs.
Pulaski was also responsible for the protective security detail for visiting domestic and international dignitaries; the operation of the &#82201 800 NYC SAFE” Counter Terrorism Hotline; and, the business community counter terrorism &#8220Nexus” liaison program. He also coordinated the NYPD’s chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear/hazardous materials intelligence and investigative programs, and the NYPD’s counterterrorism Critical Response Vehicle and Hercules deployments.
Pulaski has also served as Commanding Officer of the Counter Terrorism Bureau, FBI / NYPD Joint Terrorism Task Force, Detective Borough Manhattan, Detective Borough Bronx, Special Investigations Division, Forensic Investigations Division, and Arson & Explosion Squad; and, as a Managing Attorney in the Legal Bureau.
During the October 2001 Anthrax attack on NYC, Pulaski was designated the NYPD coordinator regarding Anthrax and Weapons of Mass Destruction investigations and response.
Pulaski holds a Juris Doctor from St. John’s University School of Law, and has practiced law for the NYPD and privately for twenty-five years. He also holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Chemical Engineering and a Master’s Degree in Civil Engineering from Manhattan College, Bronx NY.
Pulaski worked as a Civil Engineer for the United States Environmental Protection Agency for five years and he also worked as an adjunct Assistant Professor at John Jay College of Criminal Justice for four years.

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