Thursday, January 1, 2015

NYPD in virtual work stoppage

Since the execution of two New York Police Officers and Mayor DeBlasio having no concept of what police work is about, it was bound to come to this.

As DeBasio chums around with the likes of Al Sharpton, how should the rank and file look at him the mayor?
It’s not a slowdown — it’s a virtual work stoppage.
NYPD traffic tickets and summonses for minor offenses have dropped off by a staggering 94 percent following the execution of two cops — as officers feel betrayed by the mayor and fear for their safety, The Post has learned.


Police sources said Monday that safety concerns were the main reason for the drop off in police activity, but added that some cops were mounting an undeclared slowdown in protest of de Blasio’s response to the non-indictment in the police choke hold death of Eric Garner.


It has helped contribute to a nose dive in low-level policing, with overall arrests down 66 percent for the week starting Dec. 22 compared with the same period in 2013, stats show.
Citations for traffic violations fell by 94 percent, from 10,069 to 587, during that time frame.
Summonses for low-level offenses like public drinking and urination also plunged 94 percent — from 4,831 to 300.
Even parking violations are way down, dropping by 92 percent, from 14,699 to 1,241.
Drug arrests by cops assigned to the NYPD’s Organized Crime Control Bureau — which are part of the overall number — dropped by 84 percent, from 382 to 63
Arrests plummet 66% with NYPD in virtual work stoppage






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