NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – Former New York City Police Commissioner Bill Bratton left the door open to returning to his old job if he’s given an offer from Mayor-elect Bill de Blasio.
Appearing at NYU for a discussion on traffic safety, Bratton said the private sector has been good to him over the past several years.READ MORE: Man Killed, 11-Year-Old And 2 Others Hurt In Shooting At Bronx Barbecue
“Life is pretty good, there’s no 3 o’clock in the morning phone calls,” said Bratton. “At the same time, there’s nothing like the public sector. Every day you get up and you can make a difference, in the case of New York, 8 million lives and have a life that is of great significance, a life that matters.”