Chief George Brown To Be Appointed Chief of Detectives
To recognize the outstanding efforts of members of the New York Police
Department, Police Commissioner Raymond W. Kelly will preside over the promotion
ceremonies of 237 uniformed officers and 19 civilians on Friday, February 28, in
the first-floor auditorium of One Police Plaza. The two ceremonies will
take place at 11 a.m. and 2 p.m.
The 11 a.m. ceremony will recognize the promotion of George Brown to Chief of
Detectives, as well as Robert Gianelli, Phil Pulaski, and Michael Tiffany to
Assistant Chief. Other discretionary promotions include 4 officers to Deputy
Chief, 4 to Inspector, and 5 to Deputy Inspector. In addition, 9 officers will
be promoted to Captain, 4 to Lieutenant Commander Detective, 7 to Lieutenant
Special Assignment, 20 to Probationary Lieutenant, 6 to Sergeant Supervisor
Detective, 6 to Sergeant Special Assignment, 6 to Detective First Grade, 21 to
Detective Second Grade, 6 to Detective Specialist, and 10 to Detective
The 11 a.m. ceremony will also recognize the promotion of 19 civilian members
of the Department to various positions.
During the 2 p.m. ceremony, 125 officers will be promoted to Probationary
WHAT: NEW YORK CITY POLICE COMMISSIONER RAYMOND W. KELLY TO
OVER PROMOTION CEREMONY OF 256 MEMBERS OF THE DEPARTMENT
WHEN: FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 28, AT 11 A.M. & 2 P.M.
WHERE: FIRST-FLOOR AUDITORIUM - - ONE POLICE PLAZA