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September 15, 2005
The NYPD and cop podcasts
Police Commissioner Ray Kelly - an iPod fan - is now pushing the NYPD to experiment with podcasts, according to Newsday:
"While iPods and similar devices are largely the domain of teens and 20-somethings, Kelly said the NYPD foray into podcasts - believed to be the first by a law enforcement agency - is another way for the department to reach the public."
The first NYPD podcast includes information on street closings during the UN General Assembly meeting, an interview with a police captain about identity theft, and another interview with a police chief sent to New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina.
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