Bill Bratton, who served as New York City Police Department commissioner in the 1990s, is returning to his old role under incoming mayor Bill de Blasio, according to news reports. The mayor-elect announced the appointment Thursday morning. Bratton is credited with formulating many of the tactics that helped bring down the crime rate dramatically under former mayor Rudy Guiliani.Copyright © 2013 MarketWatch, Inc....
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