NYPD announces the release of its 2023 strategic plan

January 25, 2023

At today’s annual State of the NYPD breakfast hosted by the New York City Police Foundation, New York City Police Commissioner Keechant L. Sewell announced the release of the department’s Strategic Plan 2023, a detailed guide to designing the brightest possible future for the NYPD and the people it serves.

The plan comes at a pivotal time for the department as the Police Commissioner and newly installed leadership team reflect on the significant accomplishments of 2022 and position themselves for continued success. The plan, as Commissioner Sewell said, invites all NYPD employees to “step forward” with her.

The strategic plan reflects the department’s continued mission to fight crime and improve the quality of life for all New Yorkers while working in partnership with the community. On this basis, four primary objectives – which are considered an integral part of the continuous development of the department – ​​are detailed.
These goals are:

  • Empowering our workforce by seeking diverse talent, promoting well-being and providing effective training.
  • Transforming New York City policing through continuous improvement and innovation.
  • Commitment from our community partners to improve relationships with all members of the public.
  • Promote public safety and respect through the development of neighborhood policing.

Within the plan, each of the four goals is accompanied by focused goals to achieve them and initiatives to provide actionable actions to be taken by the department.

“We need to keep our hearts and minds open to truly embrace this Step Forward philosophy because, at its core, it requires us to never stop innovating,” said Police Commissioner Sewell. “We can never accept what we have as final and must always strive to exceed expectations. This is what the NYPD was built for and through its professionalism, experience and willingness to rise to any challenge, I know this philosophy will be ingrained in the culture of our amazing organization.”

Susan Birnbaum, the president and CEO of the Police Foundation, an independent nonprofit, said the police commissioner’s address was a reminder of the decades-long partnership the NYPD and the Foundation have to ensure a safe city.

“We are proud to support the NYPD and help advance the strategic vision laid out by Police Commissioner Sewell,” said Ms. Birnbaum. and test new technologies.”

The strategic plan is a 33-page report. It is also available in full by clicking on the link below:

NYPD Strategic Plan 2023

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