Theodore Roosevelt

Political Offices

What did he do after leaving the Civil Service Commission?

Roosevelt left the Civil Service Commission in 1895 to serve as president of the Board of Police Commissioners of New York City. He took to this job with his characteristic zeal, sometimes even checking up on individual patrolmen to see if they were doing their jobs properly.


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