NEW YORK (AP) -- NBC News has hired former New York police commissioner and Los Angeles top cop Bill Bratton as a news analyst.
Bratton, who also ran Boston's police department in a busy law enforcement career, will specialize in criminal justice policy, domestic intelligence gathering and the role of law enforcement in counterterrorism. NBC said Thursday that Bratton will also appear on MSNBC.
He joins a protege in the media. John Miller, who worked for Bratton in New York and Los Angeles, is a busy analyst and reporter at CBS News.