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In the face of a pandemic and police violence, elected leaders have failed to keep us safe and to champion the voices of marginalized communities like mine. Now it is time to determine our own future.
A representative board is needed to check the power of the NYPD and appropriately discipline officers for misconduct, they argue.
Reductions in budgets related to the novel coronavirus have slowed New York City’s plan to close Rikers by building new jails, and it’s becoming increasingly possible that the city will not meet its January 2027 deadline.
A City Council Committee considers a bill on NYPD surveillance today.
As they await statewide action to eliminate cash bail, city councilmembers are looking for ways to reduce the financial burden on families of incarcerated people.
The City Council member now eyeing a run for Queens DA has a record of supporting reform, but some critics aren’t convinced.