NYC pols call for investigation of possible NYPD work stoppage

The city should launch an independent investigation of a possible work stoppage by NYPD officers, say a pair of pols from Brooklyn and the Bronx.

“Violence, especially gun violence, is heading in the wrong direction. So are NYPD response times,” Councilman Ritchie Torres (D-Bronx) told the Daily News on Sunday. “If you think those are purely coincidental, then I have the Brooklyn Bridge to sell you.”

He and Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams recently wrote Department of Investigation Commissioner Margaret Garnett urging her to probe “whether there is in fact a work stoppage and to what extent crime has risen as a result.”

Margaret Garnett, commissioner of the Department of Investigations. (Handout) The city should launch an independent investigation of a possible work stoppage by NYPD officers, say a pair of pols from Brooklyn and the Bronx.

“Violence, especially gun violence, is heading in the wrong direction. So are NYPD response times,” Councilman […]

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