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Four Top executives of NYPD retiring at the end of the year

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According to NYC Mayor’s Office, three veteran NYPD chiefs and a civilian deputy commissioner, who have made lasting contributions in their critical roles and across their careers, are stepping down.

Police Commissioner Keechant L. Sewell announced the retirement of Chief of Transit Jason K. Wilcox, Chief of Housing Kathleen M. O’Reilly, and Chief of Special Operations Harry Wedin.

The department’s deputy commissioner of support services, Robert Martinez, is also retiring.

Commissioner Sewell said that Kathy O’Reilly, Harry Wedin, Jason Wilcox, and Bob Martinez are dedicated public servants. Collectively, these executives devoted nearly a century-and-a-half of service to the NYPD and the people of NYC and we owe them a debt of gratitude for their tireless contributions.

Sewell expressed gratitude for their decades of service and wished them well.

It was a privilege to serve alongside each of them, and I wish them all the best in their future endeavors, Commissioner Sewell.”

The retirement will be effective on December 30.

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