Jack Maple

Jack Maple (September 23, 1952 – August 4, 2001) was a New York City deputy police commissioner for crime control strategies.wikipedia
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The District

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He coauthored the book The Crime Fighter, and inspired the television series The District.
The District was inspired by the real-life experience of former New York City Deputy Police Commissioner Jack Maple.

CompStat

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He created the CompStat methodology of crime fighting and law enforcement strategy.
CompStat was started under the direction of Jack Maple when he was a transit police officer in New York City.

William Bratton

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Bill Bratton, head of the New York transit police department while Maple worked as a lieutenant, noticed that Maple's way of crime fighting showed a dramatic decrease in robberies.
The experiences of Bratton and New York Deputy Police Commissioner Jack Maple were used as the inspiration of the television series The District.

Brooklyn Technical High School

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He attended Brooklyn Technical High School for four years and followed the Aeronautical Engineering major.

Richmond Hill, Queens

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Maple was born in 1952 and grew up in Richmond Hill, New York on the corner of Forest Park at 108th Street and Park Lane South.

The Deuce (TV series)

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Domenick Lombardozzi portrayed Jack Maple in the third season of the HBO series The Deuce.

Domenick Lombardozzi

Domenick Lombardozzi portrayed Jack Maple in the third season of the HBO series The Deuce.

Transit police

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Maple became a transit police officer, considered one of the most dangerous jobs in New York.

Occupational safety and health

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Maple became a transit police officer, considered one of the most dangerous jobs in New York.

Times Square

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Maple rose from an undercover detective patrolling Times Square and the 42nd Street station at Eighth Avenue to the rank of Lieutenant in the New York City Transit Police.

Times Square–42nd Street/Port Authority Bus Terminal station

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Maple rose from an undercover detective patrolling Times Square and the 42nd Street station at Eighth Avenue to the rank of Lieutenant in the New York City Transit Police.

New York City Transit Police

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Maple rose from an undercover detective patrolling Times Square and the 42nd Street station at Eighth Avenue to the rank of Lieutenant in the New York City Transit Police.

60 Minutes

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60 Minutes aired a special on the new crime fighting technique, including Maple and Bratton.

New Orleans

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The New Orleans Police Foundation, a group concerned about crime and police ineffectiveness in New Orleans, hired Maple and Linder for $1 million in consulting fees.

Mike Wallace

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In 1994, Mike Wallace and 60 Minutes did a segment called "NOPD Blues" and branded New Orleans as "the number 1 city in the nation for police brutality and corruption".

New Orleans Police Department

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In 1994, Mike Wallace and 60 Minutes did a segment called "NOPD Blues" and branded New Orleans as "the number 1 city in the nation for police brutality and corruption".

Police brutality

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In 1994, Mike Wallace and 60 Minutes did a segment called "NOPD Blues" and branded New Orleans as "the number 1 city in the nation for police brutality and corruption".

Ed Bradley

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In late 1997, Ed Bradley returned to New Orleans for another 60 Minutes special.

Istanbul

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More cities hired Maple and Linder as consultants, including Newark, New Jersey, Baltimore and Istanbul, Turkey.

Colorectal cancer

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During this time, Maple was diagnosed with colon cancer.

Grand Central Terminal

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Maple said that he wanted his funeral in the late afternoon, and he wanted the procession to go up 42nd Street, past Grand Central Terminal right around rush hour.

Rush hour

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Maple said that he wanted his funeral in the late afternoon, and he wanted the procession to go up 42nd Street, past Grand Central Terminal right around rush hour.

New York City

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At Maple's funeral, Mayor Giuliani hailed him as a great innovator in law enforcement who helped make New York City the safest large city in the U.S.

Homburg hat

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He would be seen walking around the city wearing a Homburg hat, polished wing tipped shoes with Spats, and a tailored three piece suit with a bow tie.

Helmut Newton

He was photographed by photographer Helmut Newton in 1996 in a session to Vanity Fair.