Former NYPD Commissioner Delivers Fall Todd Lecture

In 2002, Commissioner Kelly created the first counterterrorism bureau of any municipal police department in the country.

Norwich University continued its Todd Lecture Series on November 8 with a presentation by Raymond W. Kelly, former and longest-serving New York City police commissioner. Kelly was joined on stage by a panel of four Norwich undergraduate and graduate students, who guided the conversation on the subject, “Vigilance: A Life & Legacy in Public Service and Leadership.”

With 50 years in public service, including 14 years as police commissioner of the City of New York, Raymond W. Kelly is one of the world’s most well-known and highly esteemed leaders in law enforcement. Kelly spent the day on campus in classrooms and with students, and participated in a book signing. The recording of the panel can be viewed in the lecture archives of

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