Brooklyn Gets 1st Surge Of Anti-Gun Violence Resources From State

A number of “hot spots” in Central and Eastern Brooklyn were first on the list this week for a surge of state-led resources officials hope will curb New York’s ongoing spike in gun violence.

Gov. Andrew Cuomo joined local leaders on Wednesday to announce hundreds of jobs, summer programs and other community support for the borough that will be the first of several localized initiatives in his $138-million gun violence plan, which he unveiled last week.

Gov. Andrew Cuomo kicked off his $138-million plan to curb gun violence with a meeting about hot spots in Brooklyn on Wednesday.

Gov. Andrew Cuomo kicked off his $138-million plan to curb gun violence with a meeting about hot spots in Brooklyn on Wednesday. (Office of Governor Andrew Cuomo.) […]

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