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Heightened Alert At Rosh HaShanah

08/30/2002
Staff Writer
For years, the New York Police Department's annual pre-High Holy Days security meeting had become little more than a big coffee klatch. With crime down and bias crimes reduced, the gathering became better known as a chance for Jewish leaders from all walks of life and all parts of the city to renew acquaintances and trade stories with each other and police brass. Since the drill was the same every year, discussion about security became routine. Then came Sept. 11, 2001. Which made this year's meeting more serious than it has been for a long time.

New Voice For The Voiceless

01/07/2000
Staff Writer
With the New York Police Department facing mounting criticism following the brutal attack on Abner Louima and the fatal shooting of Amadou Diallo, a diverse group of city religious leaders came together last year to express their concern to city government officials.
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