Bill De Blasio's Crime: The Rise Of Crime In New York City

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When New York City had a new leftist mayor, many foreshadowed there would be a significant rise in crime spanning over a few years. The new mayor, Bill de Blasio, was to blame. De Blasio wanted to reform city measure, but he went about it in a different way. De Blasio talked and listen more to ex-cons on this matter, putting their options and advice to the forefront of his mind. Many of them rallied for reducing police stratagems to reduce New York City’s crime rates. It was believed that de Blasio agreed with this idea because of his thoughts on some of the tactics New York City’s police officers used. De Blasio fought against “Stop and Frisk”, because of how they unjustly discriminated against young, African American males and put their safety at risk. To the surprise of many, de Blasio had brought lower crime rates to New York City. They were lower than the crime rates of the past two mayors of New York City. When Mayor Mike Bloomberg was in office for twelve years, the murder rate had actually risen four times higher than normal. Even though murder rates fluctuates, de Blasio kept them all down. De…show more content…
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