What Minorities Really Want From The NYPD
Because of Leftists and protesters stopping this like stop and frisk, black communities suffer much more.
Via NY Post:
‘How you view ‘broken windows’ policing,” Charles Blow pronounces in The New York Times, “completely depends on your vantage point, which is heavily influenced by racial realities and socio-economics. For poor black people, it means that they have to be afraid of the cops as well as the criminals.”
To test Blow’s assertion I attended a police community council meeting in the South Bronx’s 41st Precinct last week.
The “fear” Blow attributes to “poor black people” was nowhere in evidence. Instead, I heard what I always hear from law-abiding residents of “poor black” neighborhoods: an urgent desire for more policing, and above all, for the enforcement of public-order laws in the face of an ongoing breakdown of informal social controls. More