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Posts Tagged ‘Commissioner Ray Kelly’

A Building in Commissioner Kelly’s Name

New York City Police Commiss-ioner Ray Kelly is to have a building at his alma mater Manhattan College named in his honor. The commissioner, the grandson of Irish immigrants, graduated from Manhattan College in 1963. Kelly was the guest of honor at the building’s groundbreaking ceremony on December 13. The five-story, 70,000 square-foot  Raymond W.Read more..

The Irish Coppers

The evolution of the Irish-American policeman – in real life and on screen. In the classic 1954 Looney Tunes cartoon entitled “Bugs and Thugs,” everybody’s favorite animated rabbit gets himself caught up with Rocky and Mugsy, a couple of bank robbers who flee the scene of the crime and head off to a rural safeRead more..

2012 Hall of Fame Highlight Reel

The 2012 Irish America Hall of Fame induction ceremony was held on March 14, 2012 at the New York Yacht Club in Manhattan. Among the inductees were Loretta Brennan Glucksman, Commissioner Ray Kelly, John Lahey, Tom Moran and Kevin Roche. Maureen Dowd of the New York Times also presented the Irish Spirit Award to ArthurRead more..

2012 Irish America Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony Highlights

The 2012 Irish America Hall of Fame induction ceremony was held on March 14, 2012 at the New York Yacht Club in Manhattan. Among the inductees were Loretta Brennan Glucksman, Commissioner Ray Kelly, John Lahey, Tom Moran and Kevin Roche. Maureen Dowd of the New York Times also presented the Irish Spirit Award to ArthurRead more..

NYC Police Commissioner Ray Kelly Inducted into the Irish America Hall of Fame

At the 2012 Irish America Hall of Fame Induction ceremony, presented by Irish America magazine, New York City Police Commissioner Ray Kelly was inducted into the Irish America Hall of Fame. He took time in his speech to acknowledge the heroics of Irish-American detectives Kevin Brennan and Kevin Herlihy. The induction ceremony was held onRead more..

Commissioner Ray Kelly

A former-marine, a beat cop and the only person ever to serve two, non-consecutive terms as New York City Police Commissioner, Raymond P. Kelly has dedicated his life to serving his country and his city. Born in New York City, Commissioner Kelly is the youngest of the five children of James Francis Kelly and ElizabethRead more..

Commissioner Ray Kelly: Irish America Hall of Fame

Commissioner Raymond W. Kelly, New York’s top cop, is inducted into the Irish America Hall of Fame An ex-marine, former beat cop and the only person ever to serve two, non-consecutive terms as New York City Police Commissioner, Raymond W. Kelly has dedicated his life to serving his country and his city. Born on SeptemberRead more..

Irish-American of the Year – Ray Kelly

At the helm of the NYPD, the nation’s largest police force, which is acknowledged as an international model for its cutting-edge crime-fighting techniques and facing down terrorist threats, is Police Commissioner Ray Kelly, a former Marine who likes a challenge. Ray Kelly recalls how when he was only seven years old. he’d often hop onRead more..