Commissioner William J. Bratton and Randy Cohen


​​Commissioner Bratton will be interviewed by Randy Cohen, former NY Times columnist and host of public
radio show Person Place Thing – recorded in front of a live audience. The interview will be followed by Q&A, 
where select attendees will have the opportunity to ask questions.

This event is part of the "Bridging the Divide: Re-Imagining Police-Community Relations" Series

About Commissioner Bratton
William J. Bratton is the 42nd police commissioner of the City of New York, now holding the post for the second time. During his current tenure, he has overseen two years of declining crime, including historically low murders and robberies, and implemented an unprecedented Neighborhood Policing program. Commissioner Bratton began his career as a beat cop in the Boston Police Department. Since then, he has risen to lead six different police departments, including the LAPD and the NYPD. @CommissBratton 

Admissions is free. Open to the public. Seating is limited.

The event includes an opportunity to ask Commissioner Bratton questions after the interview. Given the time constraints, questions representing a broad range of topics will be selected from the pool received. You will be notified if your question has been selected so you can ask your question at the event. Please submit your question below, along with your contact information.