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As the New Year begins, the upcoming orientation for the NYPD Cadet Corps will be held at the Police Academy located at 130-30 28th Avenue, Queens, NY, 11354, on Saturday, February 4th, 2023 at 1000hrs. Candidates must register for the orientation at NYPDCadets.org.
The NYPD Cadet Corps provides qualified college students with a chance to experience a career within the NYPD. The Cadet Program is a paid internship which offers varied assignments and unlimited opportunities. Working full-time in the summer and a flexible part-time schedule during the school year, Cadets are assigned to a Police Precinct, Housing Police Service Area or Transit District. Upon graduating from college and the Police Cadet Program, Cadets will have the opportunity to be promoted to an NYPD Police Officer.
Thanks for all your hard work. Its greatly appreciated.
Community Partner Liaison
Patrol Services Bureau
Detective David Saponieri, 110th Precinct Community Affairs, sent us the notification below.
Earlier today at 0400hrs a shots fired call came in at 79-51 Albion Ave (Club Amadeus) where upon arrival officers found a male and a female shot. Male was pronounced dead at 0440hrs. The female is not critical and is expected to survive. Our Detectives are working the scene and reviewing video surveillance. We will keep you posted as the information keeps coming in.
We heard that about 1:30 pm this afternoon, Tuesday, 1/17, someone observed people trying to break into a vehicle in Stop & Shop's parking lot and called 911. We reached out to our NCO, PO Etienne, and here's what he found out:
"A call was made in regards to two people trying to break into a gray Nissan. Verified caller provided a description. Two officers made the stop of the two individuals when one decided to take off on the moped. He was apprehended by police and after further investigation the moped was reported stolen from the 113th Precinct. The individual was placed under arrest and multiple charges were placed against him!"
We commend the person who saw something and said something. As a result of this 911 call an arrest was made. Great job by the resident and our 104th Precinct officers!! We don't know if the second individual was apprehended, but perhaps we'll get an update at our COMET meeting scheduled for Monday, February 6th.
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