Major crimes up, but NYPD response times slower: mayor’s office

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A new City Hall report shows New York City’s public safety system is still struggling after the worst days of the COVID-19 pandemic, but does offer some reasons for optimism.

New York City’s public safety system is struggling to recalibrate after more than two years of upheaval from the COVID-19 pandemic, new data contained in a 500-page report released Friday by the mayor’s office show.

A new City Hall report shows New York City’s public safety system is still struggling after the worst days of the COVID-19 pandemic, but does offer some reasons for optimism.

EmailPhoto by Spencer Platt/Getty ImagesBut while the annual report – which reviews the performances of city agencies over a fiscal year, running from July through June the next year – highlights multiple challenges facing police and oversight officials in the wake of the pandemic, it also offers reasons for optimism as city operations begin to normalize. Here are some key takeaways:

Felonious assaults increased by 17% (8,324 to 10,104)Hate crimes increased by 35% (424 to 573)9% increase for responses to critical crimes in progress, from 7:52 to 8:2617% overall increase in quality of life summonses (57,876 to 67,408)Traffic fatalities went down 4%

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Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images New York City’s public safety system is struggling to recalibrate after more than two years of upheaval from the COVID-19 pandemic, new data contained in a 500-page report released Friday by the mayor’s office show. But councilmembers said this agreement should be voided in light of Trump's legal troubles. But councilmembers said this agreement should be voided in light of Trump's legal troubles. Major crimes are up, 911 response times are slower and civilian complaints against police are languishing in a growing backlog, according to the report. But while the annual report – which reviews the performances of city agencies over a fiscal year, running from July through June the next year – highlights multiple challenges facing police and oversight officials in the wake of the pandemic, it also offers reasons for optimism as city operations begin to normalize. The Council was joined in its efforts by several people who lost loved ones in the Sept. Here are some key takeaways: Major felony crime increased 26% between fiscal year 2021 and fiscal year 2022 Forcible rape went up 63% (980 to 1,597) Robberies went up 24% (13,030 to 16,178) Felonious assaults increased by 17% (8,324 to 10,104) Grand larceny jumped 38% (35,735 to 49,227) Grand larceny auto increased by 25 (9,925 to 12,448) Major felonies in the transit system went up by 51% (1,452 to 2,185) Hate crimes increased by 35% (424 to 573) The outlier in this case is murders, which decreased by 5% last fiscal year. 11, 2001 attacks. The report also notes an increase in NYPD enforcement efforts during that time, with a 23% jump in major felony arrests and 28% jump for juvenile major felony arrests. They expressed anger at the golf course’s plans to host the upcoming Aramco Team Series women’s golf tournament, which is sponsored by the government of Saudi Arabia.

911 response times went up The average time it took officers to respond to a crime in progress call jumped 12%, from 11:40 to 12:44 9% increase for responses to critical crimes in progress, from 7:52 to 8:26 Call volume for crimes in progress increased by 10%, from 255,632 to 280,489 The report blames the slower response times on increased traffic that continued to tick up after pandemic restrictions eased, making it more difficult to get to the scene quickly. NYPD focused more on quality of life violations in fiscal year 2022 — a 17% overall increase in quality of life summonses (57,876 to 67,408) 68% increase in unreasonable noise summonses (932 to 1,568) 150% increase in graffiti summonses (4 to 10) 68% increase in transit summonses (52,315 to 88,112) Traffic fatalities went down 4% Pedestrian deaths dropped 8% (123 to 113) Bicyclist deaths dropped 28% (25 to 18) Motorcyclist fatalities fell 14% (54 to 45) Passenger deaths decreased by 16% (32 to 27) Moving violation summonses increased 18% (307,783 to 361,357) Still far from the goals of Vision Zero, fiscal year 2022 saw 263 traffic fatalities, slightly down from the previous year’s total of 275. For years, the contract between the Trump Organization and the city has attracted criticism for its ties to the former president as well as the generous tax breaks that the city offered the organization. For years, the contract between the Trump Organization and the city has attracted criticism for its ties to the former president as well as the generous tax breaks that the city offered the organization. Though most categories were down, traffic fatalities involving other motor vehicles, like e-bikes and e-scooters, saw an increase of 240% from 5 to 17 following the city’s legalization of them starting in fiscal year 2021. Deaths from crashes involving intoxicated drivers also increased by 29%, while DWI arrests went up 11%. Councilmembers said hosting an event sponsored by Saudi political leadership was “offensive” to families of 9/11 victims because of that country’s role in the attacks. Civilian Complaint Review Board investigations stalled in the last fiscal year The average time to complete a full investigation jumped 56%, from 378 days in fiscal year 2021 to 591 days in fiscal year 2022 The average time to complete a substantiated investigation — meaning that investigators found evidence of a policy violation — increased by 42%, from 433 days to 614 days The CCRB, which investigates allegations of police misconduct, attributed these increases to a backlog created during the pandemic, largely due to disputes with police who refused to participate in virtual interviews . They said scrapping the contract by this Saturday would cancel the tournament.

The report also noted that more access to body camera footage has required investigators to take additional time to review footage, which is sometimes hours long and filmed from multiple officers’ cameras. “If the American golfers and the former president don’t want to stand up for the 9/11 families in their fight for justice and accountability, I wish they would at least stand up for their fellow citizens that had to decide whether they should jump from the 100th floor or burn alive,” said Dennis McGinley, who was overcome with emotion as he read aloud an opinion piece he authored that ran in the USA TODAY Network. Meanwhile, the percentage of cases closed following a full investigation went up substantially, from 22% in fiscal year 2021 to 52% last fiscal year. The number of cases closed by the unit that reviews the most serious allegations against officers increased by 200%. Mayor Eric Adams has said in statements that the golf course should not be hosting the upcoming tournament, citing the “deep anger” felt by families whose lives were upended by the 9/11 attacks. Mayor Eric Adams has said in statements that the golf course should not be hosting the upcoming tournament, citing the “deep anger” felt by families whose lives were upended by the 9/11 attacks. The report notes the timeline for investigations has sped up once again following the disruptions at the height of the pandemic. “Reducing the timeline of investigations has been a top priority for the CCRB since facing the unprecedented challenges presented by the pandemic,” a spokesperson said in a statement. In January 2021, then-Mayor Bill de Blasio announced he was ending the city’s contract with the Trump Organization over management of the golf course, saying he had authority to do so because of Trump’s “criminal” role in the Jan.

“We have already implemented new policies working toward this goal and are confident we will see positive results in the coming year. 6, 2021 insurrection.” The NYPD did not immediately respond to a request for comment. However, a Manhattan Supreme Court judge ruled in April that the city had wrongfully terminated the 20-year contract. Catalina Gonella contributed to this report. NYC news never sleeps. Councilmembers argued that the permitting issue should be revived due to a series of legal troubles facing the Trump Organization. Councilmembers argued that the permitting issue should be revived due to a series of legal troubles facing the Trump Organization. Get the Gothamist Daily newsletter and don&#39;t miss a moment.

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