Mayor Eric Adams has called a meeting with the NYPD’s commanding officers to solicit ideas about combatting soaring crime in the Big Apple ahead of the historically bloody summer month, The Post has learned.
Hizzoner is set to sit down with the COs Saturday afternoon in One Police Plaza — and he’s asked them to each bring three plans to reduce crime in their patrol areas, according to sources.
Adams has also requested statistics on crime, summonses, homeless encampment clearings and Civilian Complaint Review Board cases, as well as information on each command’s integrity control officer, the sources said.
The mayor confirmed the upcoming meeting during an
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