NYPD steps up patrols for holiday weekend

The NYPD will increase patrols over the coming Labor Day weekend to combat a continuing rise in violent crime, including dispatching hundreds of additional officers along the traditional route of the West Indian Day parade to discourage crowds from forming. There will be an increased police presence in Central Brooklyn and around the city this weekend, Chief of Patrol Fausto Pichardo said, including a ban on large gatherings, mask and social distance enforcement, light towers, and extra Sheriff’s Officers. Revel scooters will also be shut off from 6 p.m. to 6 a.m. starting Friday. “As we approach this Labor Day, we all can appreciate that the landscape of the city will be different,” Pichardo said. “One thing that will not be different is our officers will be there every single day just like they have been in the past. You will see police officers on foot and increased presence, not only in Central Brooklyn, but all over the entire city.”
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