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by Peter Moskos

November 2, 2010

I don't understand

“No one can get a straight answer on how many cops are patrolling the streets,” Vallone said.

In other cases, he added: “They just don’t want to provide the statistics. I don’t understand why, because when they do, it always shows the N.Y.P.D. is doing what they are supposed to do.”
Just FYI, I don't like Vallone. He's my councilman and I didn't vote for him. But he's got a good point.

The article by Ray Rivera and Al Baker in the Times is "Data Elusive on Low-Level Crime in New York City."

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