MANHATTAN COMMANDER PROMOTED TO HEAD NYPD'S COUNTERTERRORISM BUREAU AS NEW COMMISSIONER SHUFFLES TOP RANKS

The NYPD got a little more diverse Friday, with a female police commander named lead the department's Counterrorism Bureau. Deputy Chief Martine Materasso was promoted to assistant chief. She replaces Chief James Waters, who is retiring. Materasso's promotion is one of a dozen moves announced by...

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