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Thanking The NYPD Is The Least We Can Do


Recently, Commissioner Kelly was called on the carpet by some City Council members for what they deem questionable police strategies. Kelly flipped the questioning around and queried the Council members as to what they might do better to stem the tide of illegal weapons on city streets and how they might improve community policing overall. Their lack of any meaningful response was telling. The commissioner has it right.

Chaskel Bennett is a writer and community activist.

About the Author: Chaskel Bennett is a writer, respected activist and member of the Board of Trustees of Agudath Israel of America. He can be contacted at chaskelbennett@gmail.com.

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