2010-09-15 / Features

114th Precinct Welcomes New CO


Deputy Inspector Stephen Cirabisi ended a fouryear stint as commanding officer of the 107th Precinct in Flushing on August 2, when 114th Precinct Commanding Officer Deputy Inspector Paul Vorbeck retired from the New York City Police Department. The transfer of power came during a recent period of reported increases in robberies, burglaries, grand larcenies and an increased murder rate. The 114th Precinct, with headquarters at 34-16 Astoria Blvd., Astoria, is responsible for patrolling the neighborhoods of Long Island City, Astoria, Woodside and Jackson Heights. Captain Michael Coyle has taken over as commanding officer of the 107th Precinct. Photo Jason D. Antos Deputy Inspector Stephen Cirabisi ended a fouryear stint as commanding officer of the 107th Precinct in Flushing on August 2, when 114th Precinct Commanding Officer Deputy Inspector Paul Vorbeck retired from the New York City Police Department. The transfer of power came during a recent period of reported increases in robberies, burglaries, grand larcenies and an increased murder rate. The 114th Precinct, with headquarters at 34-16 Astoria Blvd., Astoria, is responsible for patrolling the neighborhoods of Long Island City, Astoria, Woodside and Jackson Heights. Captain Michael Coyle has taken over as commanding officer of the 107th Precinct. Photo Jason D. Antos

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