Talk here in New York City is all about Ray Kelly, the city's successful and experienced police commissioner, possibly succeeding Janet Napolitano as the next U.S. Secretary of Homeland Security. Meanwhile, NYPD's longtime spokesman, Paul Browne, is going to the University of Notre Dame to be vice president of public affairs, according to this New York Post story:
"Deputy Commissioner Browne served with distinction as DCPI longer than any of his predecessors and at a crucial, transformative time in the Police Department's history." Commissioner Kelly said.
"He served the nation too under demanding circumstances with me in Haiti and in other Police Department and federal posts. I wish Paul and his family all the best in this new opportunity and challenge. Go Irish," Kelly said.