The recent resignation of Keechant Sewell, the first woman to serve as the police commissioner of the New York City Police Department (NYPD), has left Mayor Eric Adams in search of a new appointee. While Sewell's departure has raised questions about her reasons for leaving, reports suggest that frustrations stemming from micromanagement and power struggles played a role. In this article, we delve into the circumstances surrounding Sewell's resignation, the accolades she received for her crime-fighting efforts, and the differing opinions surrounding her appointment.
Resignation and Frustrations: Keechant Sewell's sudden resignation has left Mayor Eric Adams. . .