It has never been harder to be a New York City police officer.
Politicians and police brass have abandoned the cops in your neighborhood.
But it could get even worse…
An NYC Charter Revision Proposal on your ballot this November would radically
expand the power & jurisdiction of the Civilian Complaint Review Board.
CCRB is a failed institution:
98% of complaints result in no finding of misconduct against
the police officer, but every complaint hurts that officer’s career.
We protect your family every day. Now more than ever, we need your support.
COME OUT NOVEMBER 5TH & VOTENO ON QUESTION 2
COURIER LIFE, OCTOBER 25-31, 2019 9
CONEY ISLAND—BRIGHTON BEACH—SEAGATE
A punk punched an eldery woman onboard a bus
traveling near Ocean Parkway on Oct. 16.
NYPD morale is at an all-time low.
The victim told police that the snake hit her and
grabbed her cellphone near Neptune Avenue at around
2:30 pm to prevent her from calling the police.
The crook eventually gave back the phone before
hopping off the bus, according to police reports.
Waffl e walkout
A lawbreaker snagged a waffl e maker, Sony TV, and
other merchandise from a Surf Avenue storefront on
An employee told police that he left the store near W.
12th Street at noon, when the perp busted the lock on
the door and stole the items.
A pirate looted a parked car on Cropsey Avenue on
The victim told police that he left the car at a hardware
store parking lot near Bay 53rd St around 6:20
pm, when the raider broke in and stole $7,200 worth of
A pilferer grabbed $2,100 worth of property from a
parked car on Mermaid Avenue on Oct. 14.
The victim told police that the rake smashed the
back window of the car near W. 35th Street at around
8:30 am, before grabbing the items and running off.
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