In the video above, 61st Precinct’s Deputy Inspector Georgios Mastrokostas give his monthly crime report, explaining some of the incidents – and arrests – that continue to fuel the command’s place at the top of the city’s list for increase in major crimes [/video-61st-precinct-commander-gives-detailed-report-on-rise-in-crime-discusses-strategy-for-improvement/] .
COPS!Eighteen new police officers are roaming the streets of Sheepshead Bay and the 61st Precinct, helping to keep citizens safe and sound from ne’er-do-wells. At last month’s 61st Precinct Community Council meeting [/video-61st-precinct-commander-gives-report-on-a-violence-filled-month/], Deputy Inspector Georgios Mastrokostas announced that reinforcements would soon arrive, and later in the
The 61st Police Precinct Community Council honored seven members of our neighborhood’s police force for work well performed. Members of two crews were named “Cops of the Month” at the council’s first meeting after summer haitus. Captain George Mastrokostas pointed to officers Eddie Vargas, Sean Carlton, Katie Coyle,