To foster a better relationship some New York Jewish community officials paid a visit this week to the FBI officials who took over the Bureau’s New York Field Office last summer.
The Jewish community officials visited Michael J. Driscoll the new assistant director in charge of the New York Field Office, and Nicholas Boshears the special agent in charge of the Operations Support Division of the New York Field Office.
During their meeting at FBI headquarters in Lower Manhattan, the officials and FBI discussed issues pertaining to the Jewish community, including that of public safety, as antisemitic hate crimes have risen in recent years.
Among the Jewish officials who paid a courtesy visit to the FBI officials are Chesky Blau, Rabbi Eli Cohen, Rabbi Abe Friedman, Rabbi Joel Friedman, David Heskiel, Jack Kishk, Rabbi Michael Miller, David Pollock, Mitch Silber, and Rabbi Yeruchim Silber.
Also present during the discussion are NYPD Deputy Inspector Richie Taylor, and FBI agents and officials Chris Delzotto, Chris Donohue, Michael Dougherty, AJ Kornberger, Natalia Peters, Eric Reese, Evelyn Vera.