National Security

As Mayor of New York City, Mike's focus remained squarely on keeping New Yorkers safe and preventing another terrorist attack. Together with Police Commissioner Ray Kelly, Mayor Bloomberg established a state-of-the-art counter-terrorism coordination center and devoted over 1,000 of the NYPD's best officers to a wide range of counter-terrorism efforts.

Today, New York City's counter-terrorism programs are considered to be the best in the world.

Related Information
Statement of Mayor Bloomberg on Resignation of Homeland Security Secretary Napolitano
Jul. 12, 2013
Janet Napolitano played a vitally important role in protecting our country from terrorist attacks.
Members of the NYPD and Police Commands Honored at Medal Day Ceremony
Jun. 11, 2013
Mayor Bloomberg and Police Commissioner Kelly honored 43 members of the New York City Police Department and recognized 12 commands for exceptional performance at the annual NYPD Medal Day ceremony inside One Police Plaza.
Statement on Federal Urban Area Security Initiative Funding
May. 21, 2013
The announcement that the New York region will receive $174 million in Urban Area Security Initiative funding is great news for our city that will bolster our national security.
Update on Boston Terrorists' Stated Intent to Attack NYC
Apr. 25, 2013
The City was informed by the FBI that the surviving attacker revealed New York City was next on the list of targets.
Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu Welcomed to Gracie Mansion
Sep. 27, 2012
Mayor Bloomberg welcomed Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to Gracie Mansion.
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