Orthodox Jewish Chamber of Commerce Partakes in NYPD Pre-Passover Security Meeting accompanied by Ocean County Sheriff

The Orthodox Jewish Chamber of Commerce joined NYPD leadership at One Police Plaza in Manhattan on Wednesday for its pre-Pesach security meeting. Orthodox Jewish Chamber of Commerce founder and CEO Duvi Honig was accompanied by Ocean County Sheriff Michael Mastronardy and Division Commander Captain Craig Johnson for the briefing with NYPD Commissioner Keechant Sewell, Commanding Officer-Inspector Richie Taylor Commanding Officer of Community Affairs Outreach, Assistant Commissioner of Intelligence and Counterterrorism Rebecca Weiner, Sergeant Jesse Ankele of NYPD's Hate Crimes Task Force and Deputy Commissioner Mark Stewart.

The chamber thanked NYPD Inspector Richie Taylor who organized the briefing and works closely with the Chamber to strengthen collaboration between disparate sectors on behalf of the community, building bridges and facilitating communication. The joint preparations for the upcoming holiday will serve to ensure the security of Jewish businesses and communities throughout the tri-state area and will occupy the resources of law enforcement in New York, Ocean County, and beyond. By planning ahead and working together, police are better able to effectively ensure a safe and joyous Passover for all.