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Mayor-elect Adams taps Keechant Sewell as first female NYPD commissioner

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NEW YORK — Mayor-elect Eric Adams has selected a Long Island police chief to become the first female commissioner of the NYPD — opting for a backyard pick after an extensive national search for his first top cop, four sources told the Daily News late Tuesday. Keechant Sewell, the chief of detectives for the Nassau County Police Department, was picked for the top NYPD post after doing a “fantastic” job in interviews with Adams and his team, said a police source familiar with the matter. “She was out of this world good. They couldn’t believe how well she interviewed,” the source said. Adams, who…

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