New York City Mayor Eric Adams has called on locals to snitch on cops using their phones on subway platforms while on duty by sending him photos, Your Content has learned.
NYC Mayor Eric Adams delivered a speech April 26 on his first 100 Days in office.
Adams said that both the public and good cops are ‘frustrated’ with lazy officers on subway patrols who spend time on their phones.
He vowed to crack down on crime, saying too many New Yorkers died this year.
Adams unveiled a $99.7 billion revised budget plan on Tuesday.
The money will be geared toward homeless services, mental health programs, affordable housing and education.
The former NYC police captain took office this year with a central focus on making the city feel safe post-pandemic.
But violent crime rates have still been climbing since the pandemic.
Felony assaults are up 21% than in 2021, robbery is up nearly 47%.
Rape is up nearly 15 percent and the percentage of shooting victims is up 8%,‘according to PIX11.
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