Crime Is Down 7 Percent at NYCHA

Crime Is Down 7 Percent at NYCHA

Watch NYCHA’s Vice President for Public Safety Gerald Nelson on NY1 discussing the Authority's major progress in addressing and reducing crime in public housing: In 2017, crime has dropped 7 percent at NYCHA developments.

Additional coverage about the drop in crime can be found on WABC-7.

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