LIC Forum - NYC Crime Scenes
Mon Jun 6 2016, 7:00 pm
The Dirty Dozen: 12 of NYC’s most infamous crime scenes.
Take a peek behind the scenes of some of New York’s most infamous crime scenes, and get a modern perspective on some of the crimes that changed a city and the people who live here.
Visit 12 of the most infamous NYC Crime Scenes, with Det Ike Ilkiw (Ret’d; NYPD)
Tour guide Ike Ilkiw was born on the Lower East Side of New York City in the early 1960s. His family moved to Brooklyn in 1963, and he grew up in the Brooklyn Cypress Hills neighborhood.
He worked at various jobs, but was appointed to the NYC Transit Police in 1982, and was promoted to the rank of Detective in 1986.
Ike is a licensed New York State Private Investigator, and has worked with every level of law enforcement, from the New York City to the federal level, including FBI, and the DEA.
Ike has assisted in television show development and story ideas from ‘Amsterdam 1662’ (2007) and had his first screen credit with ‘The Taking of the Pelham 123’ in 2009.
Fee: GAHS members, $5 to the public
These programs are supported by public funds from the NYC Department of Cultural Affairs.
Additional support provided by the membership of the Greater Astoria Historical Society.