Paul Browne

Paul Browne appears in the following:

Following Up: Tracing Illegal Guns

Friday, February 08, 2013

A follow up on some lingering questions from Wednesday's interview with Thomas King of the New York State Rifle and Pistol Association. First, BL Show producer Jody Avirgan fact-checks the stats about the number of out-of-state weapons in New York. Then,  Paul Browne, Deputy Commissioner at the NYPD, discusses the tools law enforcement has at their disposal to trace illegal guns brought into New York City and State.

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NYPD Speaks About Use of Anti-Muslim Video

Wednesday, January 25, 2012

An 80-minute movie called "The Third Jihad," produced by the Clarion Fund, asserts that a vast number of radical Islamic forces exist in the U.S. and are preparing a violent jihad against America. Last January, the NYPD revealed that this direct-to-DVD movie had been shown once during anti-terrorism officer training. But this week, following a freedom of information request, the Brennan Center for Justice revealed that the video may have been viewed by nearly 1,500 officers during training breaks as well.

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The NYPD's Reponse to Occupy Wall Street

Friday, November 18, 2011

NYPD Deputy Commissioner Paul Browne discusses his department's response to Occupy Wall Street, from clearing Zuccotti Park to arresting journalists and controlling the crowds during yesterday's day of action.

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NYPD Spokesman on the Arrest of the Alleged Times Square Would-Be Bomber

Tuesday, May 04, 2010

Federal authorities arrested a suspect allegedly responsible for a car bomb that was left to detonate in New York's Times Square on Saturday. The 30-year-old man, Faisal Shahzad was apprehended while trying to board an airplane to Dubai. NYPD Deputy Commissioner for Public Information Paul Browne explains the arrest.


Security for the Terror Trial

Monday, November 16, 2009

New Yorkers are divided on the plan to try self-described 9/11 mastermind Khalid Shaikh Mohammed in lower Manhattan. Paul Browne of the NYPD describes the negotiations that went into the decision and how local authorities are preparing for the trial.

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Policing Bed-Stuy

Tuesday, September 01, 2009

Coriel Gaffney, Bedford-Stuyvesant resident and City Limits contributor gives her take on what she sees as faulty policing in Bedford-Stuyvesant. Then, Paul Browne, deputy commissioner of public information at the NYPD, explains and defends the department's policing practices in Bed-Stuy and beyond.

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Following Up: "Cop-Killer Bullets"

Friday, June 12, 2009

Earlier this week during an interview with Senator Gillibrand, the subject of "cop-killer bullets" came up. Paul Browne, deputy commissioner for Public Information at the NYPD, explains what they are and if there's an effort to ban them.

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Rules For The Street

Friday, May 23, 2008

As part of WNYC’s Street Shots Online Photo Festival, we discuss the legality and ethics of taking photos of everyday people in New York. Bruce Gilden, one of the participants in Street Shots, and Eileen Clancy, founding member of Picture New York, discuss the changing rules ...

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How to Help Mentally Ill Offenders

Thursday, March 27, 2008

Last year, the NYPD responded to more than 87,000 calls having to do with emotionally disturbed people. Melissa Reuland, senior research associate at the Police Executive Research Forum, Louise Pyers, executive director of the Connecticut Alliance to Benefit Law Enforcement (CABLE), and NYPD spokesperson Paul Browne weigh in ...

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Mixed Bag

Thursday, December 06, 2007

Paul Browne, Deputy Commissioner for Public Information at the NYPD talks about the Police theory behind "Operation Lucky Bag." Plus, Eugene O'Donnell, Professor at of law and police science at John Jay College of Criminal Justice responds to the program. And we speak with Carlos Alayo, a NY-based photographer who ...

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