NYC jails still ‘potentially life-threatening’ despite Eric Adams’ efforts, reform report says

The conditions in the troubled city jail systems are still “severe and potentially life-threatening” despite Mayor Eric Adams’ effort to make progress at the facilities during the first few months in office, a new federal monitor reform report says.

The 30-page blueprint for reform was ordered up by Chief Judge Laura Taylor Swain last month — telling Department of Corrections Commissioner Louis Molina that she expected “real progress.”

The “action plan” outlines numerous changes — many of which have been suggested over the years — to fix the issues inside the jails.

“The conditions in the jails continue to be of grave concern,” federal monitor Steve Martin writes.

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