NYPD Names Veteran Cop Deputy Commissioner of Public Information

NEW YORK, NY – Tarik Sheppard has assumed the position of Deputy Commissioner of Public Information (DCPI) for the New York City Police Department, as declared by Police Commissioner Edward A. Caban.

With a 19-year tenure in the NYPD, Sheppard has held various positions during his career, most recently serving as the Commanding Officer of the 28th Precinct in Harlem. His prior roles encompassed overseeing a specialized team within the Commissioner’s Office and providing guidance to departmental leaders.

Sheppard embarked on his career as a patrol officer in 2004 in the Wakefield area of the Bronx, steadily climbing the ranks to attain the rank of Deputy Inspector earlier this year. He has played a crucial role in managing responses to high-profile emergencies, including incidents involving terrorism and officer-involved shootings.

Police Commissioner Caban expressed his unwavering faith in Sheppard’s ability to fulfill the duties of the position, commending his extensive experience and dedication to the department.

Deputy Commissioner Sheppard underscored the significance of transparency and respect for the press’s role, expressing his eagerness to share the NYPD’s work with the public.

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