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The idea is to have two Neighborhood Coordination police officers per shift dedicated to the community who will become more familiar with the neighborhood and local issues while devising solutions to resolve these problems

Build The Block Neighborhood Safety Meeting

(l-r) Annie Boller, Friends of Community Board 10 co-founder; police officers Greve and Sullivan; sergeant Major; police officer Malafronte, NCO Singh and Trinidad, Michele Torrioni, Pelham Bay Taxpayers Association president.
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Community members who attended the Build the Block Neighborhood Policing and Safety Meeting on Thursday, October 11 at Lehman High School learned about the initiative being introduced to the 45th Precinct. The idea is to have two Neighborhood Coordination police officers per shift dedicated to the community who will become more familiar with the neighborhood and local issues while devising solutions to resolve these problems.

Posted 12:00 am, October 20, 2018
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