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NEWS : March 28,2007
A committee led by Nicholas Estavillo, the Police Department's chief of patrol, is reviewing auxiliary equipment, training, recruitment and supervision and is expected to produce a report in a few weeks, but Mr. Kelly said all agreed that the vests were needed.
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The Police Department's chief of patrol, Chief Nicholas Estavillo, a 38-year veteran who has overseen police deployment at the parade since 2002, will decide just before 9 a.m. whether to set the balloons aloft.
He said he was aware of how disappointed his grandchildren and millions of spectators would be if the balloons were grounded.
"It would distress me to no end, absolutely," he
said last night.
NYPL Oral History: Bridging Our Stories: ...
NYPL Oral History: Bridging Our Stories: Nicholas Estavillo, Retired NYPD Chief of Patrol and Former Commanding Officer of the 34th Precinct
Meet Nick Estavillo, the first Hispanic three-star chief in the history of the New York City Police Department
, who talks about his
time in Washington Heights and Inwood as Commanding Officer of the 34th Precinct
in the late 1980s and 1990s.
In this wide ranging interview, Estavillo
challenges of managing a precinct, from boosting the morale of police officers devastated by the tragic death of 24-year-old Police Officer Michael Buzcek, shot and killed in 1988 as he
partner attempted to arrest two drugs suspects; through a time when murders and drugs in the neighborhood were at an all-time high; and through the Washington Heights riots in 1992.
talks about his
plan for splitting the 34th Precinct
into two, which was implemented; how he
tackled the issues of noise and quality of life concerns of neighborhood residents; advice on managing a police precinct filled with people of different personalities, educational backgrounds, skills, and values; and the importance of community support.
Labels: 34th Precinct, Inwood, New York City Police Department, Nick Estavillo, NYPD, police, uptown, Washington Heights
Newsday.com - Parade honors Puerto Rican heritage, victims of Sept. 11
"They are commemorating the parade to the victims of the World Trade Center," said Nicholas Estavillo, the New York Police Department's Chief of Patrol, and the parade's grand marshal."I was selected as representative of the officers that were lost. ... It's a tremendous honor."
Last year's celebration also drew extra police, in response to a melee after the end of the parade in 2000 in which more than 50 women were sexually accosted in and around Central Park.
No incidents were reported as the parade was underway Sunday.
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Nicholas Estavillo, the New York Police Department's Chief of Patrol was last year's grand marshal.