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From [HERE] In East New York, Brooklyn, a police observation tower still hovers over the intersection where a 16-year-old boy was gunned down on his way home from playing basketball last November.
It was one of a string of killings toward the end of the year in the 75th Precinct, an area long scarred by violence that gained notoriety in the 1990s as New York City’s “killing fields” and regularly logged over 100 murders a year. Even as crime has plummeted across the city — and in the 75th — the precinct has remained among the deadliest. Last year, the police tallied 11 murders, the second most in the city.
But so far this year, something remarkable has happened in the 75th Precinct — or, more precisely, not happened: No one has been killed.
The 129-day stretch without a murder, dating back to Dec. 12, is the longest in the precinct since the Police Department began keeping modern records in 1993.
The police, residents and activists offer various explanations for the long pause in deadly violence.
In other city neighborhoods that were hotbeds of violence and dysfunction, like Harlem and Washington Heights, crime declines have coincided with demographic shifts brought on by gentrification and economic uplift [huh? written by a racist suspect. Crime down city wide, not just where rich white liberals live at (Crime in New York City Plunges to a Level Not Seen Since the 1950s DEC. 27, 2017). But those kinds of changes have been slow to reach more distant places like East New York, a predominantly black and Latino neighborhood that still struggles with severe poverty and leads the city in robberies this year.
Police officials say the zero murder toll this year is one of the results of efforts to go after guns and gangs concentrated in area housing projects, often with the help of community ties. Since 2016, the police and other law enforcement agencies have confiscated 535 guns in the 75th Precinct and charged 843 people, a quarter of whom were believed to have gang ties.
As a result, the police said, the 75th precinct, as of Sunday, has also had only five shootings, half as many as last year. And robberies, which ticked up last year, are once again declining, with 144 through Sunday, compared to 169 at the same time last year, according to the Police Department.
“When you take the gang out of commission,” Inspector John Chell, the commander of the 75th Precinct, said on Thursday, “these are the residual effects.” Murders in the city overall continue to drop, down 10 percent from last year at this time.
Andre T. Mitchell, the founder of ManUp! Inc., an anti-violence group that sends workers into the streets to mediate conflicts before they erupt into violence, said the community also deserved credit for helping to reduce tensions, and that elected officials should be praised for providing financial and social resources. [MORE]