Ex-NYPD Commissioner Bill Bratton gives ‘last free speech’ at NYC law school, says he is ‘charging from now on’
There’ll be no more free breakfasts for New York’s former top cop.
Retired NYPD Commissioner Bill Bratton said Friday that the speech he gave guests at New York Law School’s City Law Breakfast Series was his last pro-bono talk.
“This is my last free speech,” he joked as he ended his remarks. “I’m charging from now on.”
Bratton retired from the NYPD in September, accepting a lucrative private sector job with Teneo Holdings, a controversial company with ties to Bill and Hillary Clinton.