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Rudolph W. Giuliani
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Rudolph Giuliani served as mayor from 1994-2001. Giuliani ran for mayor against David Dinkins in 1989 and again in 1993, losing the first and winning the second, both in close races....More

Collection Highlights
  • Police Innovation and Crime ReductionDramatic and sustained crime reduction marked the Giuliani years, alongside major changes in policing as the NYPD refocused on "quality of life" offenses and a data-driven accountability model known as Compstat.
  • September 11, 2001Selected items from the Collection related to the aftermath of the tragic destruction of the World Trade Center. (Note: most 2001 records remained with the Bloomberg Administration and are not available at this time.)
  • Police BrutalityHigh profile cases of police bruality and death at the hands of police marred the Giuliani Administration. Selected here are items related to the Abner Louima, Amadou Diallo, and Patrick Dorismond cases.
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NOTE TO RESEARCHER: The Giuliani Collection represents over 40,000 index records, available on our web site, which can be searched by keyword, the office or persons who created the files (i.e., Deputy Mayor), file types (i.e., gen. corresp.), and/or year.A portion of the documents within this Collection are available in electronic form, and the remainder in their original print form only at the NYC Municipal Archives.The electronic documents have not been posted online, as some of them may present privacy issues.Check with the Archives to determine whether the documents are available in e-form, and, if so, whether they need any redaction for public viewing.Most 2001 records are not currently available, as at the time of processing of the Giuliani Papers, these files had remained with the Mayor Bloomberg Administration.