NYPD Inspector Charles McEvoy, top, signs out in the 103rd Precinct’s command log for the final time on Friday afternoon, concluding nearly four and a half years as commanding officer.
Above, he receives a “walkout” from the precinct brass and rank-and-file officers on Edward Byrne Avenue.
“Every success I have achieved in this building is because of everyone of you standing here, and the community,” he said in a brief speech.
McEvoy will be serving as executive officer of the NYPD’s School Safety Unit, which has its headquarters in Long Island City.
The NYPD did not comment on who will succeed him or a timeline for naming a permanent replacement.