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Stephen Capasso

Commanding Officer

83rd Precinct

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83rd Precinct


Deputy Inspector


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About 100 people came out to honor outgoing Deputy Inspector Stephen Capasso (third from right), the commanding officer of the 83rd Precinct, at a ceremony held by the Bushwick Residents Association More...


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Lt. Elliot Colon (second from left), the 83rd Precinct’s special operations coordinator, received an award from 83rd Precinct Community Council President Barbara Smith (at right) for his work at the command. Also honoring him were Deputy Inspector Steven Capasso (left), the precinct’s commanding officer, and Assistant Chief James Essig of Patrol Borough Brooklyn North. (photo: Sam Goldman)
Also honoring him were Deputy Inspector Steven Capasso (left), the precinct's commanding officer, and Assistant Chief James Essig of Patrol Borough Brooklyn North. (photo: Sam Goldman) Issues with prostitution and teen crime took center stage atthe 83rd Precinct Community Council's Tuesday, Sept. 20meeting at the precinct's Bushwick stationhouse. A couple attending the meeting told Deputy Inspector Steven Capasso, the 83rd Precinct's commander, that portions of Bushwick Avenue are having problems with transvestite prostitutes at 3 to 4 a.m. in the morning. "The other night we came home and got out of our car and it was just a parade," the female half of the couple stated. Capasso noted that the precinct made 206 arrests for prostitution in 2010 and 76 arrests so far this year, and that the precinct conducts sting operations (called "Losing Proposition" operations) on a regular basis. "We will continue to address that problem anytime, day and night," he stated. "It's something that we're very aware of." He urged anyone who sees prostitution on their block to call 911. Crime update "We had a pretty decent summer overall," said Deputy Inspector Steven Capasso, the 83rd Precinct's commander. He noted that additional cops assigned to the precinct's IMPACT zones have allowed Capasso to move his more experienced officers to other trouble spots in the command. The end result has been a decrease in shootings year-to-date. Capasso then turned to issues of teen violence on area streets, stating later that there have been recent violent incidents involving 15- to 16- year-olds. "Our younger people, we would like to give them the opportunity to go in the right direction," he told the crowd. "What I'd like for everybody here is [to] reach out to your friends and neighbors that might have teenagers and say that the precinct's a good place to come if you're looking for a group." "It's about growing up a good adult," said the commander, encouraging parents to enroll their children into groups such as the NYPD Explorers. "If we get the young people involved in the community and helping out, maybe they will feel a sense of pride in that community." Capasso also noted that the 83rd Precinct has been working with Transit District 33, which patrols the J, M, Z and L train lines, to find teenagers suspected of wrongdoing.


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About 100 people came out to honor outgoing Deputy Inspector Stephen Capasso (third from right), the commanding officer of the 83rd Precinct, at a ceremony held by the Bushwick Residents Association


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About 100 people came out to honor outgoing Deputy Inspector Stephen Capasso (third from right), the commanding officer of the 83rd Precinct, at a ceremony held by the Bushwick Residents Association at nearby BuenaVida Nursing Home. Helping honor the commander were (left to right) Maritza Davila of the Ridgewood Bushwick Senior Citizens Council (RBSCC); Brooklyn Community Board 4 District Manager Nadine Whitted; the RBSCC’s Carmen Bonilla and Angela Battaglia; City Council Member Erik Martin Dilan; Assemblyman Vito Lopez, Barbara Smith of the 83rd Precinct Community Council; Capasso’s family, including his father Carl, wife Donna, daughter Annalise, sons Carl and Andrew and his mother Louise; and Board 4 Chairperson Julie Dent. (photo: Allen Epstein)
About 100 people came out to honor outgoing Deputy Inspector Stephen Capasso (third from right), the commanding officer of the 83rd Precinct, at a ceremony held by the Bushwick Residents Association at nearby BuenaVida Nursing Home.


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P.O. Fagard Calderon (second from left) and P.O. Sonia Yi (third from left) were honored with Cop of the Month plaques (donated by the Times Newsweekly) for their work finding a man suspected of a Bushwick homicide. Joining them (from left to right) are Deputy Inspector Steven Capasso, the 83rd Precinct’s commanding officer; Brooklyn District Attorney Charles Hynes; Assistant Chief Gerald Nelson, the commander of Patrol Borough Brooklyn North; and 83rd Precinct Community Council President Barbara Smith.
Joining them (from left to right) are Deputy Inspector Steven Capasso, the 83rd Precinct's commanding officer; Brooklyn District Attorney Charles Hynes; Assistant Chief Gerald Nelson, the commander of Patrol Borough Brooklyn North; and 83rd Precinct Community Council President Barbara Smith. According to Deputy Inspector Steven Capasso, the precinct's commanding officer, the two officers used a field photo of the man to locate him in the area. When caught, he subsequently confessed. "They did a very difficult thing and made it seem easy," said Capasso. For their efforts, the duo received Cop of the Month plaques donated by the Times Newsweekly. Crime report The precinct is battling back against robberies, Capasso told residents.


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