Raymond Kelly

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Person.png Raymond Kelly   History CommonsRdf-icon.png
(policeman, deep state functionary)
Raymond Kelly.jpg
BornRaymond Walter Kelly
1941-09-04
New York City, New York, U.S.
Alma materArchbishop Molloy High School, Manhattan College, St. John's University, New York University, Harvard University
ReligionRoman Catholicism
Children • James
• Greg
SpouseVeronica
PartyIndependent

NYPD Commissioner.png Police Commissioner of New York City Wikipedia-icon.png

In office
January 1, 2002 - December 31, 2013
Preceded byBernard Kerik
Succeeded byBill Bratton

NYPD Commissioner.png Police Commissioner of New York City Wikipedia-icon.png

In office
September 1, 1992 - January 1, 1994

Employment.png Commissioner of the United States Customs Service

In office
July 31, 1998 - January 19, 2001

Employment.png and 41st Police Commissioner of New York City

In office
January 1, 2002 - December 31, 2013

Employment.png and 41st Police Commissioner of New York City

In office
September 1, 1992 - January 1, 1994

Raymond Kelly was Police Commissioner of New York City for over a decade.

Career

Kelly's work included Investigative Group International.

NYPD Chief

Kelly may have been aware of the NYPD conspiracy against whistleblower Adrian Schoolcraft. According to the Village Voice: "If proven true, [NYPD spokesperson Paul] Browne's presence at Schoolcraft's home on Oct. 31, 2009 suggests that Commissioner Kelly was aware of the decision by Deputy Chief Michael Marino to order Schoolcraft handcuffed and dragged from his own apartment just three weeks after he reported police misconduct to the unit which audits NYPD crime statistics."[1]

Covering of tracks

Most of former NYPD Commissioner Raymond Kelly’s emails on his desktop computer were deleted at the end of his tenure despite an order they be preserved for a high-stakes class-action suit alleging a summons quota system within the department.[2]

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