Enjoy those showtimes while you can, everybody.
The '80s are not coming back, promised Bill Bratton.
"I had no problem with it whatsoever."
Recent leaks are a departure from Ray Kelly's department.
According to the statistics.
"It was an unfortunate circumstance," said the NYPD commissioner.
The stops were already way down before he took over.
The new police commissioner and his pal appeared on Miller's old network.
He worked with several companies lobbying to do business with the city.
He invoked Nelson Mandela in his first public appearance.
It's a choice meant to reassure the city's nervous elites.
He'll replace Ray Kelly for a second time.
According to "sources close to the NYPD."
He's been courting mayoral candidates, and he suggests they're into it.
He's still on "official business," sixteen years after resigning.
David Cameron is begging for help from the U.S. police legend.