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Jim Zirin speaks with James P. O'Neill.

Jimmy O’Neill became New York City’s 43rd Police Commissioner last September. Since then, he has coped with a terrorist attack in Chelsea, solving a brutal  homicide of a jogger in Queens, protecting a new President on 56th Street, and a negotiating a new union contract. He tells Jim that he seeks no legacy, except to keep New Yorkers safe in a new relationship with police.

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Jim Zirin speaks with Raymond W. Kelly.

As New York City Police Commissioner, Raymond W. Kelly thwarted 16 terrorist plots against the City. He tells Jim of the lessons learned from the Paris and San Bernardino attacks, how we can intensify our counter terrorism efforts nationwide, and even answers the question whether he might run for Mayor.

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