Delve into discussions about crime, quality of life, policing, and the steps we should take toward a safer New York.
New York has been shocked by a spate of stabbings and slashings in the subway system. Read More.
In last night’s State of the City address, Mayor de Blasio promised to introduce “real neighborhood policing” to heal the “scars of a difficult history between police and community.” Read More.
The City Council is hearing testimony today regarding a legislative package to decriminalize a quality-of-life offenses such as littering, public urination, and public drinking. Read More.
As the city braces for its first major snowstorm of 2016, the Department of Sanitation and Mayor de Blasio are anxious to get ahead of the first flakes before they fall. Read More.
Mayor de Blasio was pleased to report that total crime in New York City was down 1.7 percent in 2015, driven largely by a 10 percent drop in burglary. Read More.
Governor Andrew Cuomo issued an executive order this weekend mandating that New York State municipalities must shelter homeless people in freezing weather. Read More.
he Times Square New Year’s Eve celebration routinely welcomes more than 1 million people—and their trash—into the “Bowtie” where 42nd Street. Read More.
Mayor de Blasio has announced a new measurement approach, modeled on the rigorously data-driven policing that has helped the NYPD target and reduce crime throughout the city. Read More.
Despite its proven success at driving down crime rates across America, the Broken Windows theory of policing continues to draw criticism. Read More.
The facts you need to know about the issues that matter most in New York.