Law enforcement is in Greg Kelly’s blood. The friends he has made through his family’s lifetime of service in the NYPD remain an important part of his life. Today, he sits down for a wide-ranging interview with Detective Annemarie Murphy. She’s been with the NYPD for over 30 years, including during Greg’s father Raymond Kelly’s tenure as New York City Police Commissioner.
The pair discuss investigative tactics, cases, and the waning support for law enforcement in society today. Are those calling for reform ignorant to what law enforcement goes through? Or is there need for some introspection in the way policing occurs?