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All right nobody runs a larger police department in America -- the world the new York city police commissioner Ray Kelly you know home.
He's -- you before it's been here a lot.
But I want to spend one day -- -- to find out what it's like to be police commissioner on any day at any time he's done it twice -- terms no one's done it longer.
Here's a look at his day.
-- -- Pleasure and personal pride to introduce the police commissioner of the city of -- double Raymond W Kelly.
-- you've done this job longer than anybody else I mean he had sixteen months under David Dinkins.
1112 years with Mayor Bloomberg.
Has it become easier.
They've become -- different none none not necessarily.
Easier obviously maybe because it uses some aspects of it it may become easier but the the draw has -- has changed certainly the kind of the world of terrorism and what we do to counter it.
Has broad changes to the department changes for our mindset 9/11 was.
-- -- -- -- -- A game changer for term -- was this -- moment and of the please performances -- To hear -- running this operation be than anyone else in the world so right now you see your role in that operation how well I know some people might -- -- micro manager.
You can't micromanage.
51000 people so you pay attention to to do certain things.
Kelly stays busy he begins this one with a highly secretive counterterrorism brief.
Gathering intelligence about the worldwide threats -- -- the city since the attacks of 9/11.
New York has -- sixteen terror plots a feat that gets very little attention.
Then it's on to local threats today a man accused of going on a violent carjacking spree.
-- -- -- Because we have one attempted car -- -- Robert wants him to process two -- more than ten points completed.
But Kelly is not your average commissioner he's cops cop.
Born in New York started as a -- in the NYPD.
Before becoming a US marine and serving in Vietnam in 1965.
My experience in the Marine Corps I've found to be very very positive.
And they gave me discipline that it's -- -- you leadership skills -- -- great.
Institutions and people to instill.
Values in these principles.
People young people and that seems to stay with the -- of the rest of your life.
On this day -- his pay tribute to different heroes.
Those who lost their lives protecting the city of New York.
And it's onto a ceremonial lighting of the Empire State Building.
Before getting back to his daily duties of police in the city and then next for you is another meeting about what is actually going on the city right.
Right you know right.
The big city we have people helping him.
A lot of things going on and so that's what makes it.
Full time there.
Kelly give us a ride his high tech SUV.
As he headed back to police headquarters push your first -- this is not just an ordinary expedition is it.
Fully a lot of equipment and a score.
Want to be able to.
Back sort of as a temporary command posts and -- something happens.
We have fax machines -- -- satellite TV we have phones we have computer so we -- communicate.
Out of here it's working.
And he continues this afternoon taking us inside one of the most important meetings.
Three times a week he gathers back -- inside the executive command center.
Gathering with the senior executives of the NYPD.
Listening to issues they clog up any organization of 51000.
It's a job Kelly relishes and taking this job -- New York police commissioner twice the second time just four months after 9/11 at 72.
You still doing it if asked to stay on would you have asked to run for mayor would you.
Com right now and focuses totally on.
The shop and this moment in time and if you wanted to run -- -- when would you make that decision.
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