NYPD opens branch in Kfar Saba
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NYPD opens branch in Kfar Saba

Veteran Israeli-born police detective to tighten cooperation between the Israel Police and New York's Finest

A policewoman stands guard in the middle of the street, in Manhattan, New York. (photo credit: Kobi Gideon/Flash 90)
A policewoman stands guard in the middle of the street, in Manhattan, New York. (photo credit: Kobi Gideon/Flash 90)

New York’s finest — in Israel?

The New York Police Department has opened a branch in Kfar Saba in order to strengthen ties with Israeli security forces, Maariv reported Thursday.

According to the report, the prestigious police force was looking to cooperate on a daily basis with the Israel Police, one of the main police forces worldwide with which NYPD has strong ties.

As a result, it was decided the Israeli base of the department – said to be the best police force in the world – would be located at the Israel Police headquarters in Kfar Saba rather than the US Embassy in Tel Aviv.

Charlie Ben-Naim, a veteran NYPD police detective of Israeli origin who married a native New Yorker, was chosen to open the department’s Israeli branch.

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