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Now hear this: NYPD on iPod

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Fri, 16 Sep 2005 07:45:48 -0400

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Now hear this: NYPD on iPod
BY ROCCO PARASCANDOLA
STAFF WRITER
Newsday
September 15, 2005
http://www.newsday.com/news/printedition/newyork/nyc- 
nypod154427062sep15,0,7742723,print.story

Police Commissioner Ray Kelly listens to music, audio books and  
language lessons on his iPod. Now, he - and anyone else with the  
popular electronic gizmo - can download the latest NYPD information  
from the police Web site.

Podcasts, as they are known, are a way of publishing audio broadcasts  
via the Internet. They're increasingly popular, and while iPods and  
similar devices are largely the domain of teens and 20-somethings,  
Kelly said the NYPD foray into podcasts - believed to be the first by  
a law enforcement agency - is another way for the department to reach  
the public.

"It gives us the ability to get information out quickly in another  
medium," Kelly said.

The first podcast, narrated by retired Insp. Jesse Peterman, includes  
information on street closings during the UN General Assembly meeting  
and interviews with a captain about identity theft, as well as with a  
chief sent to New Orleans in the wake of Hurricane Katrina.

Kelly said those interested in the podcast can subscribe by logging  
onto the NYPD's Web site at http://nyc .gov/html/nypd/home.html.  
People without iPods can listen to an MP3 version of the podcasts  
through their Internet browsers.

Kelly said the podcasts will be changed each week, and possibly more  
frequently, and will likely include updates on major cases and  
appeals to the public for help in developing information on unsolved  
cases.

Copyright 2005 Newsday Inc.
  

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