How NYC Created Critical Response Command To Prepare For Terrorism

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The New York Police Department’s new counterterrorism unit, the Critical Response Command, which will be composed of 527 officers by year’s end, evolved from a drill held in January after heavily armed terrorists attacked Charlie Hebdo, a satirical newspaper in Paris. Some officers took nearly an hour to arrive, and others came from plainclothes units
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