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Community Council Welcomes New 84th Precinct Captain Sergio Centa

The Eagle reports that, at the recent meeting of the 84th Precinct Community Council, the 84th’s new skipper, Captain Sergio Centa, was welcomed back to the area. Capt. Centa had previously worked at the 84th for six months, starting in 2011. He replaces Capt. Maximo Tolentino, who led the 84th since 2012, and who has […]

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84th Precinct Community Council Meeting Tuesday Evening

Captain Maximo Tolentino, Commander of the 84th Precinct, has announced a meeting of the precinct’s Community Council this Tuesday evening, May 21, starting at 7:00 p.m., in Geraldo’s Room (named for Brooklyn Law alum Geraldo Rivera), Brooklyn Law School, 205 State Street (between Court Street and Boerum Place). On the agenda will be presentation of […]

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84th Precinct Community Board Meeting Tuesday Evening

Captain Maximo Tolentino, Commander of the 84th Precinct, has announced a meeting of the precinct’s Community Board this Tuesday evening, March 19, starting at 7:00 p.m., at the Baptist Temple, 360 Schermerhorn Street (between Nevins and 3rd Avenue) in Boerum Hill. On the agenda will be presentation of the Cop of the Month Award, a […]

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Cops To Brooklyn Heights: Don’t Be Daft… Lock Your Front Door!

At a community council meeting Tuesday night, Capt. Maximo Tolentino, commanding officer of the 84th Precinct, pleaded with residents of Brooklyn Heights and Boerum Hill to keep their front doors locked. He noted that of 141 burglaries in the precinct in 2012, 48 occurred when residents were daft enough to leave front doors and windows […]

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84th Precinct Hurricane Advisory

Capt. Maximo Tolentino, new Commanding Officer of the 84th Precinct, has released this advisory: 1340 Hours: In connection with hurricane Sandy, staffing at the 84th Precinct has been consolidated into 2-12 hour tours, allowing for better coverage during this emergency. Since yesterday, 0700 hours, 84 Precinct personnel have been continuously visiting all areas looking for […]

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