Queens —

To many members of the NYPD, Jack Maple was the crime-fighting genius who developed the CompStat tracking program credited with helping dramatically slash New York’s crime in the mid-1990s.

To the fashion-conscious, Maple was a dapper dresser, always clad in a bowler hat, bow tie and wing-tip shoes.

And to some Richmond Hill residents, “Jack Maple” might soon be the name of the street in their neighborhood.