A report from CrownHeights.Info on a recent visit by Ray Kelly to Central Brooklyn.
The commissioner of the NYPD introduced a new program called the ‘Community Partnership Program’ in a gathering in the SUNY Downstate Medical Center in Crown Heights Thursday, December 13th.
Residents from Crown Heights, East Flatbush and surrounding neighborhoods attended the forum, which was opened by the Hon. Ray Kelly where he introduced the new program and how it’s meant to address areas of concern and complaints that residents have with the police.
... The final part of the evening was when Mr. Kelly took questions from the crowd, which included concerns from residents. One of them was from a block association president from the 77th Precinct where he voiced his complaint that there are no longer the ‘foot post’ police officer, and how that posses a problem for law abiding residents to report crime.
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