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Why Every Crown Heights Resident Must Attend the Hate Crimes Summit

A Crown Heights mother asks for the community to join tomorrow's 'Hate Crimes Summit' at the Jewish Children's Museum: "It is crucial we step up as a community and get proper protection." Full Story

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Bad time
October 23, 2023 8:00 pm

Which parent can be out of the house then 😔
Perhaps reach out to the seminaries and yeshivas and fill the hall with all the “singles” that are in town

would love to attend
October 23, 2023 8:27 pm

would love to attend But the timing really doesn’t work what a shame 🙁

Homeless Shelters CH
October 23, 2023 8:46 pm

Less Homeless Shelters, means less hate crimes. Not to complicated for common sense citizens.
But for elected officials, someone needs to explain that in their language..

There is 6 homeless shelters funded by NYC/NYS in the process of getting approved for South CH. time to shut them All down (not just Albany/Clarkson but shut them all down, move it to Astoria Queens or Manhattan where they appreciate homeless shelters with violent criminals in there.

Please
Reply to  Homeless Shelters CH
October 23, 2023 9:23 pm

Please come and raise your very valid concerns to them directly.

Thanks for bringing this to everyone’s attention.

Common sense
October 23, 2023 8:56 pm

Respectfully, instead of having a photo op food meeting with all the NYPD Chiefs and NYPD commanders. If 71/77 Precincts would have more police officers PERMANENTLY assigned to 71/77 Pcts, they can respond faster to emergencies (instead of the occasional 20 minute wait after a crime) thus reducing hate crimes. If someone by this meeting can please respectfully, but very firmly make this common sense approach (by Q & A) to the NYPD Chiefs and Commanders that will be there. Crown Heights residents support the NYPD, we help them catch criminals. We ask the NYPD support our community by permanently… Read more »

More Police, Less Homeless Shelters
October 23, 2023 9:08 pm

1. More added Police permanently assigned to CH (permanently, not temporary) 2. Stop the current crime drug homeless shelters that Mayor Adam’s is building in our neighborhood. 3. For all those that may be unaware, there are dozens of emotionally disturbed homeless creeps roaming CH streets every day, up to trouble. Our community patrols volunteers hours every day catching these ppl, the thing in common they are all from the many homeless shelters near Kings County Hospital. Now the Mayor/Governor want to add another 5 more shelters to the area? Speak up by this event. Say it the way it… Read more »

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Reply to  More Police, Less Homeless Shelters
October 23, 2023 10:09 pm

How about we stop outsourcing our security and demand the right to protect and defend ourselves without fear of reprisal?
Arm everyone! And train them well. Allow them to carry everywhere.
And shut down every last single homeless shelter in our dense neighborhood. Wrong place for a high crime magnet. Unless that is the goal to harass us so bad that we come begging for help from the very people who created the issue to begin with. Then they receive more funding to be used to exacerbate the issue further. No more battered wife syndrome! Just say no.

Not police
October 23, 2023 9:27 pm

If the perps are released the next day, it’s not the fault of the Police it’s the failed laws.

BTW I think this meeting is about more serious hate crimes due to the war in Gaza and not the ongoing crime that we’ve been dealing with for a few years now.

For Real?
October 23, 2023 10:17 pm

We need a Summit for the Mayor to understand what we need? Jews were brutally attacked in Israel and are now being threatened in the US. Does the Mayor not understand what is needed now?

We must Speak up , our representatives aren’t
October 23, 2023 10:43 pm

For some reason the old timers at the chjcc are shockingly silent about the catastrophe already here and more coming to Ch with all the homeless shelters a lot of strange individuals all over community we must put a end to this.

Better lighting on the streets are also important
October 24, 2023 12:36 pm

The streets used to be better lit until the city changed the lighting a few years ago. The streets and sidewalks are quite dark and that also contributes to the lack of safety. Now that we’ll be moving the clock, it will be dark by about 5 or 5:30 when most people still have to go about the business.
Let’s bring up this issue, too. It’s very important.

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