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The Ultimate Cup of Coffee

Having sat in many a patrol car, from Plymouth Furies and Ford Crown Victorias to my favorite the venerable Chevrolet Caprice I have always been on the lookout for the ultimate cup of coffee. Granted due to the hours and … Continue reading

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NYPD OFFICER FIGOSKI, THANK YOU.

The horrible and tragic murder of police officer Peter Figoski is a loss for all the people of NYC and America. Why is it so upsetting that the murder of a man I never had the honor of meeting would … Continue reading

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911, 10 years later it still hurts.

I didn’t want to dwell on that crisp September day 10 years ago despite all the media attention. I tried to resist the news clips and television shows depicting the events of that day. The terrible injustice felt by friends … Continue reading

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Thanks from the NYPD. Chief Diaz retires after 41 years.

Chief Ray Diaz is one of the most dedicated and hardest workers I  have ever met. No sick days, no watching the clock at the end of tour just doing the right thing by his own personal standards. No one … Continue reading

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Hello world!

My name is Marc Cosentino. I grew up in Brooklyn New York during the turbulent 1960’s and 70’s. Recently I wrote and published the book Routine Patrol about my experience as a patrolman and later sergeant in the NYPD. I … Continue reading

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