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How a Russian immigrant became an NYPD detective


Alina Prikhodko

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Immigration is a rather complex process. Moving to a new country requires adaptation to new conditions, people, and lifestyle. But thanks to perseverance and desire, you can overcome all difficulties on the way to realizing your dreams.

Yulia Yakovleva, an immigrant from Moscow, fulfilled her dream of becoming a New York City police detective. She is now a member of the Russian-American Officers Association (Russian American Officers Association – RAOA).

After immigrating to the United States in 2009, Julia was engaged in scientific activities and received a master's degree in Chinese. However, her dream of becoming a police officer was always her priority. She began her service with the NYPD as an auxiliary officer at the 32nd Precinct.

In 2015, Yulia successfully graduated from the Police Academy and was assigned to the 8th Police Precinct, where she currently serves as a patrol officer.

Throughout her career, Julia has demonstrated versatility and experience, participating in various specialized units of the NYPD. She used her language skills in the Morals and Major Cases departments, assisting detectives with cases that required Mandarin translation.


Talented person is talented in everything

She also assisted the NYPD's intelligence division. As a result, the first case of terrorist financing using cryptocurrency was brought to court in New York. This is one of several such cases in the world and an important step in the fight against terrorism. Thanks to her hard work, in 2023, Julia was promoted to specialist detective.

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In addition to her work in law enforcement, Julia is a member of the NYPD jazz and marching bands. The girl plays the flute and saxophone. In her spare time, she practices martial arts and strives to obtain a brown belt in judo in addition to her brown belt in karate.

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