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The Finest cop in Brooklyn is now ‘Cop of the Year’

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Three gold badges

The most interesting man in Brooklyn, 84th Precinct Community Council president Leslie Lewis, presented the Finest cop in Brooklyn, 84th Precinct’s Officer Julius Hudson, with the “Cop of the Year” award during ceremonies at Borough Hall on Jan. 15.

Captain Maximo Tolentino, the CO of the 84th, and Assemblywoman Joan Millman (D–Brooklyn Heights) were on hand to share the joy and help Leslie do the honors.

Brooklyn’s bravest and Standing O pal Julius has been with the force for nearly two decades, and became a youth officer eight years ago. As such, Julius mentors the borough’s young’uns’ and works with Cops for Kids, while helping out with summer youth activities. He also runs the precinct’s Explorer program, which gets teens involved in community service, including removing that scourge of all urban areas, graffiti, as well as walking the walk for the March of Dimes and breast cancer.

No one does it better than PO Julius Hudson, and nobody shouts it out finer than Standing O!

84th Police Precinct [301 Gold St. at Tillary Street in Downtown (718) 875–6811].

Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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