In The Media

In The Media

Street Justice, The Bronx is a new series based on stories from Ralph Friedman’s autobiographical, non-fiction book Street Warrior. The series will be re-airing starting on November 30, 2017 on Investigation Discovery Channel. Check your local listings or the Investigation Discovery website at for time.


Below are the air dates for this season:

Episode 106/Bronx Most Wanted … premiering on ID 11/30/17

Episode 101-The Reckoning … premiering on ID 12/7/17

Episode 105-Bronx On Fire … premiering on ID 12/14/17

Episode 103-Hunting Grounds … premiering on ID 12/21/17

Episode 102-Monster Among Us … premiering on ID 12/28/17

Episode 104-Pitch Black … premiering on ID 1/4/18

A new exhibition, “Bravery and Sacrifice NYPD Heroes, 9/11 & Beyond,” created by members of the Society of Illustrators and the NYPD opened at John Jay College of Criminal Justice.

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Congratulations to Andrew Lessen, newly promoted to Detective, who was awarded his wife’s grandfather’s shield number — the number worn by Det. Salvatore Potenza, killed with partner Det. James Donegan in the line of duty on October 15, 1964.

On June 29, 2017, Sherry Chan, Chief Actuary for the City of New York, published this rebuttal in The New York Times to their June 22 article, “New York City Pensions Are Still in Crisis.”

On Sunday, May 28, 2017, DEA President Michael J. Palladino appeared on Cat’s Roundtable Radio Show to discuss the Puerto Rican Day Parade, counter-terrorism, and Det. Louis Scarcella. You can listen to the eight minute segment by clicking on the link below:

You can read retired Det. Ed Conlon’s feature article on African-American NYPD deep Undercovers’ infiltration of radical, political organizations of the 1960s and 1970s in the April 2017 issue of Esquire magazine:

DEA President Michael J. Palladino appeared on the John Catsimatidis radio show on Sunday, May 7 to discuss the NYPD body cams and other issues. Hear the 8:46 minute interview by clicking on the link below:


DEA President Michael J. Palladino appeared on on Cat’s Roundtable on Sunday February 12, 2017 discussing body cams and other police issues. The show airs in New York City, Philadelphia, Buffalo, and Washington, DC.  Hear the audio by clicking on the following link:

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