NYPD Transit District 30

NYPD Transit District 30 The NYPD's Transit District 30 is headquartered inside the Hoyt–Schermerhorn subway station's mezzanine, over the northern half of the station and under Schermerhorn Street.
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The station opened as part of the Fulton Street Line on April 9, 1936, serving both Fulton local and express trains in Brooklyn.

Mission: The Mission of the New York City Police Department is to enhance the quality of life in our City by working in partnership with the community and in accordance with constitutional rights to enforce the laws, preserve the peace, reduce fear, and provide for a safe environment.

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District 30's Finest!
11/13/2015

District 30's Finest!

NYPD Transit Cops Save Five From Burning House

Transit Police Officers Gurley and Fienga rushed into a burning house in Brooklyn early Monday morning and saved the five residents who were trapped inside. The two officers were patrolling on St. James Place when they saw a large amount of smoke in the street. Upon seeing the smoke coming from a home they immediately called for the response of our partners in the New York City Fire Department (FDNY), grabbed fire extinguishers from their vehicle and began to bang on the door of the residence to alert those inside.

Not receiving any response from their banging, the officers forced the door open and observed the room engulfed in flames. Officers Gurley and Fienga used the fire extinguishers to continue fighting the fire and searching for residents. The duo made their way through the home and safely evacuated five people. Members of FDNY continued to put the fire out and treat residents for smoke inhalation.

Join us in acknowledging a job well done by Police Officers Gurley and Fienga.

NYPD
10/31/2015

NYPD

NYPD Scuba Team Finds Gun Used To Murder Officer Holder

The .40-caliber weapon used to murder Police Officer Randolph Holder was found 20 feet under the water in the Harlem River Sunday morning by Detective John Mortimer (third from right). Within an hour of the shooting of Officer Holder, members of the NYPD Harbor and Scuba Units responded to the scene and began the search. Scuba team members worked for five days round-the-clock searching some 67,000 square feet of the murky river bottom by using their hands to cover every inch while crime scene investigators processed the area around shooting.

“I was pretty much on my stomach feeling a short distance in front of my face, going back-and-forth,” Detective Mortimer said as he praised the team effort. “Then there was a black firearm the detectives asked us to find.”

Join us in thanking all the members of the NYPD who aided the investigation.

NYPD
10/31/2015

NYPD

"IT'S WHAT WE DO"

What makes a police officer? Is it courage? Is it compassion? Is it a calling? It’s all of these. All these things make a cop, but one thing most of all: we keep people safe. It’s what we do. It’s what Police Officer Randolph Holder did so proudly throughout his all too brief career.

Keeping people safe is what brought Randy to this Job. It’s what brought him and his partner, Police Officer Omar Wallace, to a highway footbridge in pursuit of a dangerous man. They went there knowing the dangers, making a choice that keeping people safe was more important. It’s what we do. And it’s what they did.

Why do we do it?

Continue reading Police Commissioner Bratton's eulogy for Detective Holder: http://nypdnews.com/2015/10/its-what-we-do-police-commissioner-brattons-remarks-at-the-funeral-of-detective-randolph-holder/

We will #NeverForget

New York Transit Museum
10/07/2015

New York Transit Museum

#TodayinHistory: In 1933, 7 new stations opened on the IND Culver Line in #Brooklyn. The stations – Carroll Street, Smith-Ninth Street, Fourth Avenue, Seventh Avenue, 15th Street - Prospect Park, Fort Hamilton Parkway, and Church Avenue – are served by the F and G trains today. These archival images from the #NYTMCollection document the stations’ early days in the 1930s and 40s. Did you visit any of these stations today?

Cops catch fare-beater packing loaded gun
09/17/2015
Cops catch fare-beater packing loaded gun

Cops catch fare-beater packing loaded gun

A routine arrest for fare-beater yielded an illegal loaded gun -- with a "cop-killer'' bullet in it -- in Brooklyn on Sunday, police said. Plainclothes NYPD Officers Steven Rosado and Nicholas Zumm...

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05/09/2015

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NYPD Transit District 30's cover photo
02/06/2015

NYPD Transit District 30's cover photo

NYPD Transit District 30's cover photo
04/21/2012

NYPD Transit District 30's cover photo

Hoyt–Schermerhorn Street Station
01/03/2012

Hoyt–Schermerhorn Street Station

Address

Hoyt/Schermerhorn Subway Station
Brooklyn, NY
11201

A Eighth Avenue Express G Brooklyn–Queens Crosstown Local C Eighth Avenue Local B41, B45, B67, B103 (all on Livingston Street)

General information

The Transit Brooklyn Borough Command is responsible for patrol coverage for all NYC subway stations in Brooklyn, as well as a few stations in Queens. There are four patrol commands, known as “Districts”, that fall under the Borough Command (District 30, District 32, District 33, and District 34), each responsible for a geographical area of the subway in much the same way that precincts patrol neighborhoods above ground.

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