‘Opening new jails is a down payment ensuring we stay stuck in our old ways. That’s not a price we should be willing to pay.’
‘There are significant warning signs that could jeopardize the progress we have made against crime. These warnings come in the form of two competing visions for the role police officers play in our city and society in general.’
The launch of the seven-month public review process starts the clock toward the likely rezoning of 14 blocks along the Bay Street corridor.
Are defendants in Brooklyn getting a fairer shake thanks to the reforms already undertaken?