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MCU Honors NYPD Inspector Jeffrey D. Schiff as Most Valuable New Yorker

In continuing our appreciation of the individuals who make our city great, Municipal Credit Union proudly recognized New York City Police Department (NYPD) Inspector Jeffrey D. Schiff as a Most Valuable New Yorker at the St. John’s University basketball game on Monday, January 16, 2017.

Schiff, a Queens native and 21-year veteran of the NYPD, has dedicated his career to keeping New Yorkers safe. During his time serving in his current position as the Commanding Officer with the 105th Precinct in Queens Village, Schiff has played a role in reducing crime by 12 percent and the community experiencing the lowest amount of felony recorded crime in its history. Further, the 105th Precinct has also reduced to historic lows shooting violence and homicides, by 31 percent and by 88 percent respectively. As Commanding Officer, Schiff has also played a role in improving community relations and the cooperation between the community and the police, as civilian complaints against the 105th Precinct officers have been reduced by 25 percent.

“Inspector Schiff is a true asset to our city and we are proud to honor him as a Most Valuable New Yorker,” said MCU Vice President of Business Development/Member Relations Corey Fernandes. “We’d like to again thank him for his long-time dedication to our communities throughout New York.”

The MCU Most Valuable New Yorker program was created to recognize the hard-working men and women of New York City who selflessly go above and beyond to make New York a better place to work and live. Individuals who display dedication to service and their community through their efforts are selected to be honored by MCU so that other New Yorkers can be inspired by their story. MCU honors Most Valuable New Yorkers at various events throughout the city, including St. John’s University Basketball games, CUNY Athletics events, and Brooklyn Cyclones games held at MCU Park.

MCU Honors NYPD Inspector Jeffrey D. Schiff as Most Valuable New Yorker

In continuing our appreciation of the individuals who make our city great, Municipal Credit Union proudly recognized New York City Police Department (NYPD) Inspector Jeffrey D. Schiff as a Most Valuable New Yorker at the St. John’s University basketball game on Monday, January 16, 2017.

Schiff, a Queens native and 21-year veteran of the NYPD, has dedicated his career to keeping New Yorkers safe. During his time serving in his current position as the Commanding Officer with the 105th Precinct in Queens Village, Schiff has played a role in reducing crime by 12 percent and the community experiencing the lowest amount of felony recorded crime in its history. Further, the 105th Precinct has also reduced to historic lows shooting violence and homicides, by 31 percent and by 88 percent respectively. As Commanding Officer, Schiff has also played a role in improving community relations and the cooperation between the community and the police, as civilian complaints against the 105th Precinct officers have been reduced by 25 percent.

“Inspector Schiff is a true asset to our city and we are proud to honor him as a Most Valuable New Yorker,” said MCU Vice President of Business Development/Member Relations Corey Fernandes. “We’d like to again thank him for his long-time dedication to our communities throughout New York.”

The MCU Most Valuable New Yorker program was created to recognize the hard-working men and women of New York City who selflessly go above and beyond to make New York a better place to work and live. Individuals who display dedication to service and their community through their efforts are selected to be honored by MCU so that other New Yorkers can be inspired by their story. MCU honors Most Valuable New Yorkers at various events throughout the city, including St. John’s University Basketball games, CUNY Athletics events, and Brooklyn Cyclones games held at MCU Park.

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