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The Nypd Precinct Commander on Staten Island Has Been Elevated to The Rank of Deputy Chief

New York’s Staten Island — In a social media post with images, the 120th Precinct congratulated outgoing commander Tania Kinsella on her appointment to executive officer of the Patrol Services Bureau, making official a move revealed earlier in the month.

On December 2, 2018, Police Commissioner Keechant L. Sewell made the official announcement of the appointment of Kinsella to the position of deputy chief. The 120th Precinct’s Twitter account included a photo of Sewell and Kinsella onstage together.

Tania Kinsella has been promoted to the position of deputy chief; please join me in congratulating her. reads the online article.

Staten Island NYPD precinct commander promoted to deputy chief position

When not in command, Kinsella has worked as a captain with the 120th Precinct and a lieutenant with the Staten Island Community Affairs unit.

“Way to go!!!! Furthermore, it’s remarkable. Tania has done an amazing job, and I couldn’t be happier for her. Staten Island’s Deputy District Attorney, Thomas Ridges, tweeted his congratulations. The announcement of her promotion came alongside several other key leadership changes.

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Sewell said in a statement, “This powerful team of law enforcement leaders will move us forward in our everlasting work to keep our communities safe and never waver in our fight against crime.” These high-ranking officials have consistently prioritised the needs of the people of New York and the city as a whole, and hence deserve our highest praise.

 

To celebrate Black History Month, the Staten Island Advance included Kinsella in their Impact and Excellence series.

Staten Island NYPD precinct commander promoted to deputy chief position

She had intended to become a lawyer, but changed her mind and applied to the NYPD “simply because” at a career fair while she was a student at Manhattan’s John Jay College of Criminal Justice.

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She concluded, “I wouldn’t swap this wild exciting journey for anything.” “I work with the best people, and I’ve met some of the greatest people.”

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