Off-duty school safety officer shot in Brooklyn

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BROOKLYN (PIX11) – The search is on for a gunman after an off-duty school safety officer was shot in Brooklyn.

The shooting happened Sunday evening in East Flatbush at about 5:45 p.m.

Police say the officer, identified as Brian Green, was shot in the chest while sitting in his car outside his house.

Green was taken to Kings County Hospital where he remains in critical, but stable condition.





  • KRG

    school safety are police without guns…. they do almost everything cops do….to me their job is harder because they deal with nyc public school kids…. which is not easy at all…. they deserve the same acknowledgement and recognition as the police….

  • Nelly

    School Safety Agents are able to enforce the law without a gun, vest or pepper spray. If you ask any Police Officer if they would do the job of an agent their answer would be NO!. The job of an Agent in NYC Public School is more then just signing in visitors. They work extremely hard for low pay. We need to consider them Officers because they make arrests, voucher weapons, drugs, break up fights among other things, all without a gun. Keep Up the Great Job Agents!

  • Clark Pena

    School Safety Officers have to be commended for what they do. It is shameful that Local 237 and its representatives did not show up to this officers bedside. We wish the officer a speedy recovery.

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