October 11,2001 Memorandum to: From: Subject: Mayor Rudolph W. Giuliani Police Commissioner Bernard B. Kerik WEEKLY REPORT

The following report represents information on major events of the past week, major events of the coming week, and future issues requiring your attention. Major Events Related to the World Trade Center Incident The following represents the most recent data available regarding the World Trade Center incident of Tuesday, September 11 (figures are subject to revision): Total confirmed fatalities Civilians FDNY firefighters Port Authority Police FDNY Emergency Medical Technicians New Jersey Fire Department personnel Unidentified bodies Total NYPD injuries NYPD hospitalizations NYPD remaining hospitalized NYPD sick reports Total reported missing Unidentified body parts DNA samples collected Swabs Personal Items Death Certificate applications 442 303 72 6 2 1 58 1,143 22 3 483 4,776 6,132 9,582 3,121 6,461 1,533

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Today, October 11, commencing at exactly 8:48 a.m. to commemorate the one-month anniversary of the World Trade Center tragedy, a memorial service honoring the victims was held at the recovery site. Participating with you in prayer were about 200 members of rescue and recovery teams still active at the site, including the NYPD and the FDNY. Two one-minute moments of silence were held for the NYPD's and FDNYrs deceased and missing. In the wake of the United States military offensive launched Sunday, October 7, the U.S. State Department requested, and the NYPD implemented, fixed-post coverage at the following locations. The posts will remain staffed until midnight, Friday, October 12, when security measures will be re-assessed: United Kingdom Mission to the United Nations United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland Consulate Residence of the Consul General of the United Kingdom Residence of the United Kingdom's Ambassador to the United Nations Residence of the Consul General of Pakistan Residence of the Pakistani Ambassador to the United Nations . 885 Second Avenue 845 Third Avenue 4 East 66th Street 1 Beekman Place

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On Monday, October 8, the FBI received information about an anthrax threat directed at an office building, located at 551 Fifth Avenue. The threat, originally received via e-mail by a newspaper in Chicago, Illinois, claimed that "anthrax spores were being released" in the elevator shaft of the building. The New York City Department of Health responded to the location and declared it safe. This is the second anthrax threat received for this location in the past year. A British tourism office located in the building was the target of an unfounded anthrax threat in late 2000. The FBI and the NYPD continue their investigation. Today, at 9:00 a.m., the United Nations complex, closed shortly after the terrorist attacks of September 11 and operating since then at a limited capacity with only essential governmental operations conducted, reopened to the general public and resumed both regular business and visitor tours. The visitor's gate, located on First Avenue between 45 th and 46Ih Streets, will close at 5:00 p.m., as normal. Additional security measures implemented September 11 will remain in place indefinitely.

In accordance with the daily assessment of police deployment, the area of lower Manhattan affected by the September 11 terrorist attacks remains divided into 3 patrol enforcement zones and 1 traffic enforcement zone, with the Commanding Officer of Patrol Borough Manhattan South responsible for all NYPD operations. Each 12-hour tour of duty is now covered by approximately 455 police officers/detectives, 62 sergeants, 21 lieutenants, 10 captains, and 5 deputy inspectors/inspectors from the Patrol Services Bureau and Traffic Control Division. Conditions are continually monitored to gauge and adjust staffing levels as needed. Effective 8:00 a.m., Friday, October 12, except for personnel assigned to the frozen zone security detail, normal tours of scheduled duty, as per authorized duty charts, will resume Department-wide. For purposes of direction, control, accountability, and to help safeguard both emergency rescue workers and their equipment, vehicular and pedestrian access to the "frozen zone," the area south of Canal Street and west of Church Street, remains restricted to properly identified residents and buses. Commercial vehicles making deliveries in the area bounded by Canal Street, Greenwich Street, Duane Street, and Church Street are permitted to do so between 8:00 p.m. and 5:00 a.m. only, after passing through checkpoints on Canal Street. 'Drivers making deliveries in the area south of Canal Street and east of Church Street may do so after passing through checkpoints, located on Canal Street, and at South Street and Catherine Slip. (The previously imposed ban on non-emergency vehicular traffic south of Canal Street and east of Broadway was lifted at 6:00 a.m. on Tuesday, October 2.) On Sunday, October 8, passenger vehicles were permitted south of Canal Street and east of Broadway. Although reports of criminal activity in or near the frozen zone are sporadic, the following arrests were made: on Thursday, October 4, 2 arrests for Criminal Trespass and 1 arrest for Disorderly Conduct; Saturday, October 6, 2 arrests for Criminal Trespass; and on Tuesday, October 9, 1 arrest for Petit Larceny. On Wednesday, October 10,4MV4HPk M/37, was arrested in Staten Island for Grand Larceny, Criminal Possession of Stolen Property, and Forgery of a Vehicle Identification Number after he was found in possession of a defaced NYPD construction vehicle. The vehicle, known commercially as a "Bobcat," was stolen Saturday, September 15, from in front of 2 Rector Street. ^•MttP^3 no previous arrest history. The ban on single occupant vehicles entering Manhattan below 62nd Street between 6:00 a.m. and 12:00 p.m. instituted Friday. September 28, was shortened on Monday October 8. by one hour, with the restriction now in effect between 6:00 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. Access to Manhattan-bound crossings (the Brooklyn, Manhattan, Williamsburg and 59lh Street Bridges, and the Queens Midtown and Lincoln Tunnels) remains limited to vehicles occupied by at least two occupants during the time restriction. Exceptions include authorized emergency vehicles, vehicles carrying essential medical personnel, vehicles bearing official, commercial or New York Press license plates, vehicles with New York City handicapped parking permits, medallion taxis and liveries licensed by the Taxi and Limousine Commission, trucks and motorcycles. The single occupant vehicle ban is suspended weekends. On Friday, September 28, the New Jersey-bound Holland Tunnel was re-opened to passenger vehicles at 3:00 p.m. The prohibition against all Manhattan-

bound vehicles remains in effect. Today, alternate side of the street parking rules are in effect for the first time since September 11. Since the terrorist attacks on September 11. a total of 128 possible hate crime incidents were reported to the NYPD. Of this total, 85 were ethnic or religious in nature, involving individuals or locations associated with Middle Eastern culture. As a result of these incidents, 22 arrests have been made. The remainder of these incidents continue to be investigated by the NYPD's Hate Crime Task Force. Since September 11, from the time shortly after the terrorist attacks through Wednesday, October 10, a total of 1,216 bomb threats and/or reports of suspicious packages were received at'911. This includes 28 reports received during the twenty-four hour period ending midnight, Wednesday, October 10. On Wednesday, October 10, at 7:00 p.m., a memorial Mass for victims of the September 11 terrorist attacks was held at St. Patrick's Cathedral. Attendance at the service, organized by Colombian government officials and several ecclesiastical organizations within the Roman Catholic'Church, was significant, with approximately 1,000 celebrants participating Archbishop Gabriel Montalvo, the "Papal Nuncio (Representative)" of the Holy See to the United States, presided over the service attended by Luis Moreno, the Colombian Ambassador to the United States, Ambassador Alfonso Valdivieso, the Permanent Representative of Colombia to the United Nations, and the Honorable Mauncio Suarez, Consul General of Colombia in New York. Queens Community Boards 5,6,8,9, and 10 will co-sponsor a candlelight vigil tonight at 7-00 p m at the George Seuffert Bandshell, located in Forest Park. The vigil will honor victims of the World Trade Center terrorist attacks and their rescuers. As of this report, the likely number of participants is unknown. The wake for Police Officer Walter E. Weaver of Emergency Service Squad 3 will be held today between 7:00 and 9:00 p.m. at the Wagner Funeral Home, located at 125 Old Country Road, Hicksville. New York. Tomorrow, a memorial Mass will be held at 3:00 p.m. at Holy Family Church, located at 5 Fordham Avenue, Hicksville, New York. Tomorrow Police Officer Brian McDonnell of Emergency Service Squad 1 will be honored at'a memorial Mass at 10:00 a.m. at St. Patrick's Cathedral. A memorial service honoring Detective Claude Richards of the Bomb Squad will be held tomorrow at 1:00 p.m. at St. Raphael's Church, located at 600 Newbridge Road, East Meadow, New York. On Saturday October 13. a memorial Mass honoring Police Officer Paul Tally of Emergency Service Squad 10 will be held at 2:00 p.m. at St. Francis Church, located at 1309 Wantagh Avenue, Wantaghu New York.

A memorial Mass honoring Police Officer Stephen P. Driscoll of Emergency Service Squad 4 will be held on Friday, October 19, at 11:00 a.m. at St. James the Apostle Church, located at 12 Gleneida Avenue, CarmeL New York. On Monday, October 22, at 11:00 a.m.. a memorial Mass for Sergeant John Coughlin of Emergency Service Squad 4 will be held at St. Boniface Church, located at 5 Willow Tree Road, Wesley Hills, New York. Other Major Events of the Past Week