Conservatives Were Wrong about Ending Stop-and-Frisk

“I and others argued that crime would rise. Instead, it fell. We were wrong.  Major crime in New York City has continued to decline almost across the board in the four years of the de Blasio administration, to the lowest rates since New York City began keeping extensive records on crime in the early 1960s. Crime is literally off the charts — the low end of the charts. To compare today’s crime rate to even that of ten years ago is to observe a breathtaking decline.”

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