Who is Keechant Sewell? Wiki, Age, Husband, NYPD’s First Female Police Commissioner

Keechant Sewell Wiki

Keechant Sewell, a previously unheard of police chief from Long Island who now finds herself in charge of America’s largest police force, will be the city’s first female police commissioner next year.

Sewell presently resides alone in a little two-bedroom, two-bathroom home on a quiet street in Valley Stream, Long Island.

She is the chief of detectives for the Nassau County Police Department, with 350 officers under her command.

Real NameKeechant Sewell
NicknameSewell
BirthdateApril 2, 1972
Age49 Years Old
BirthplaceManhattan, New York City, United States of America
ProfessionPolice Commissioner
NationalityAmerican
Relationship StatusNot Married

Age

She is 49 years old.

Is Keechant Sewell Married?

Sewell, who has never married or had children and was raised by a Marine father, says she is up for the task.

NYPD’s First Female Police Commissioner

With over 25 years of expertise in areas including covert missions, firearms suppression cases, hostage negotiations, and directing detective squads, Adams commended Sewell’s career.

Sewell has worked for the Nassau County Police Department on Long Island for over 25 years and was elevated to Chief of Detectives in September 2020, making her the first Black woman in that position, according to Adams.

Adams described her as a leader with “full breadth of experience,”

She added, “She didn’t sit behind a desk. She was out there learning the job and learning how to be better for the job.”

Sewell accepted the nomination and thanked Adams for promising to appoint a woman to run the NYPD during his campaign.

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Sewell stated that she would concentrate on reducing violent crime, with a focus on weapons, and that public safety and police accountability were intertwined issues.

Commissioner Dermot Shea will hand over the reins of the NYPD to Sewell.

When she takes office next month, she will be the first Black commissioner since 1992, when then-Mayor David Dinkins replaced Lee Brown as NYPD commissioner with Ray Kelly.

Adams will take over as mayor on January 1, succeeding Bill de Blasio.

 

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