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The New York City Department of Sanitation Environmental Police (DSNY Police) is part of the Enforcement Division, New York City Department of Sanitation (DSNY) and is the law enforcement arm, of the DSNY. It's charged with regulating and enforcing NYC sanitation laws.  Structure [ edit]
The New York City Department of Sanitation is the largest sanitation department in the world, with 7,201 uniformed sanitation workers and supervisors, 2,041 civilian workers, 2,230 general collection trucks, 275 specialized collection trucks, 450 street sweepers, 365 snowplows, 298 front end loaders, and 2,360 support vehicles.
New York City's waste management system is a refuse removal system primarily run by the New York City Department of Sanitation (DSNY). The department maintains the waste collection infrastructure and hires public and private contractors who remove the city's waste.
The New York City Department of Environmental Protection Police, also known as DEP Police, and formerly known as the Bureau of Water Supply Police and the Aqueduct Police, is a law enforcement agency in New York City whose duties are to protect and preserve the New York City water supply system maintained by the New York City Department of …
Starting pay is $40,622 a year, and the salary ceiling among rank-and-file workers is $83,465 annually. Cherry Bailey, who took the exam 19 years ago and now serves as a chief in the...
This is a list of commissioners offices that head departments in New York City government. There are many other municipal government offices with the title of "commissioner" in New York City, and some departments are headed by individuals with a title other than commissioner.