As the Jewish community in Brighton Beach celebrated the High Holy Days, members of the 60th Precinct’s auxiliary squad were out in droves making sure everyone was safe. With a mobile command base stationed at the corner of Brighton Beach Avenue and Coney Island Avenue Wednesday, auxiliaries held a high visibility patrol through the neighborhood, ensuring that everyone felt safe and secure. Pictured: (from right) Police Officer Thomas Hopkins, 60th Precinct Auxiliary Coordinator, Auxiliary Deputy Inspector Peter Morici, Auxiliary Chief Tony Christo, Inspector Van Gostein of Patrol Borough Brooklyn South and members of the 60th Precinct’s Auxiliary Patrol.
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