New York City - NYPD Launches Photo Initiative Aimed At Highlighting Mayor's Failed Quality-Of-Life Policies
New York City - In an effort to bring attention to Mayor Bill de Blasio’s failed quality-of-life policies and the increased risk to the public, the NYC police union has undertaken a photo initiative aimed at “leveling the playing field.”
NYPOST.com (http://bit.ly/1DBL4PJ) reports that via an email blitz to its members on Monday, the Sergeants Benevolent Association (SBA) is urging cops and their families to take pictures of quality-of-life scofflaws throughout the city and send them in, after which they’ll be posted to the SBA’s Flicker account.
SBA President Ed Mullins said that with the increasing frequency with which cops are now being recorded, it is only fair that NYC policy makers be held to the same standard.
“We, the ‘Good Guys,’ are sworn to protect our citizens,” Mullins said. “Shouldn’t our public officials be held to the same standard?”
Of course while currently policy prevents cops from taking pictures of the public while on duty, the SBA is encouraging cops’ friends, families and the public at large to snap photos of vagrants and drug dealers and panhandlers and submit them to its new initiative at Peek-a-Boo, We See You! firstname.lastname@example.org.
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