A shakeup is coming to the top of the city's police department.
Published reports say Police Commissioner Bill Bratton told Chief of Detectives Phil Pulaski and Chief of Internal Affairs Charles Campisi he will soon be replacing them.
Both men would have been forced to retire next year when they reach the NYPD's mandatory retirement age of 63.
Pulaski has been Chief of Detectives since 2010.
The Daily News says he could be replaced by Assistant Chief Robert Boyce or Assistant Chief Thomas Galati.
Campisi is a 40-year veteran of the force and has run Internal Affairs since 1996.
Reports say Deputy Chief Joseph Reznick, who heads the Narcotics Division, may be tapped to replace him.