Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton will meet with retiring New York Police Commissioner William Bratton and other law enforcement leaders today in New York City, reports the New York Daily News. Bratton will bring his successor, James O’Neill. Other law enforcement leaders in attendance will be Los Angeles Police Chief Charles Beck, former Philadelphia police chief Charles Ramsey and law enforcement leaders from Tucson, Seattle, Camden County, N.J., and Dallas.
The get-together comes as Bratton departs to join Teneo Holdings, a consulting company with close ties to the Clintons. The company, launched in 2011, served as an adviser to the Clinton Global Initiative, and ex-President Bill Clinton served on the Teneo advisory board. Huma Abedin, the personal assistant for Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, used to work for the company. Bratton has also taken a few swipes at GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump, saying, “Mr. Trump scares me … he scares the hell out of me.”