NYT reporter who tweeted a story about NYT employees not getting paid is fired
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NYPD officials announced the hiring Tuesday morning.
The New York Police Department is seeking a full-time position to work in the narcotics division, said spokesman Anthony Guglielmi.
The officer will be responsible for assisting with the administration of narcotics-related orders, providing legal assistance to the police department’s narcotics task force and administering narcotics investigations, Gugluelmi said in a statement.
The position is expected to be filled by June and will be assigned to the NYPD Narcotics Task Force.
The announcement comes after President Donald Trump signed a bill that allows law enforcement officers to purchase fentanyl-based painkillers and other narcotics.
That bill has become the focus of a federal investigation by the Drug Enforcement Administration.
Gugliellmi declined to say whether the officer would be paid for the work.
The department has been hiring officers for more than two years, and has been filling at least a half-dozen vacancies with officers.
The position was created in February, when the city created a narcotics taskforce.
A few weeks ago, the city also announced that it hired four more officers to work the drug and crime enforcement divisions.
Guglini declined to comment on the number of officers that will be hired to work those two divisions.