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New York’s growing overreliance on Stop-and-Frisk tactics has created destructive fault lines between community and police. Join the Public Advocate in taking action to demand change.
Date & Time: Sunday, June 17th - 1 pm Location: March begins at 110th St & 5th Ave, Harlem
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Improving police-community relations requires increased dialogue and engagement within our neighborhoods. Every precinct has a Precinct Community Council, which holds monthly meetings with community residents to discuss public safety problems and concerns.
Click here to find your precinct, get information on crime stats in your community and find the date and location of your next Precinct Community Council.