2 comments on “Democracy in action

  1. That should’t be against the PSD per se, but against some of the PSD practices, or against a management style.
    Law inforcement and citzen assistance must continue on Roosevelt Island.
    We should remember that PSD is supposed to fulfill some functions which do not belong to NYPD, such as patrolling the buildings, assisting the many seniors and everyone else in emergency or in need, etc..
    That should’t be against the PSD per se, but against some of the PSD practices, or against a management style.
    Law inforcement and citzen assistance must continue on Roosevelt Island.
    We should remember that PSD is supposed to fulfill some functions which do not belong to NYPD, such as patrolling the buildings, assisting the many seniors and everyone else in emergency or in need, etc..
    In other areas, those functions are fulfilled, as I know, by voluntary citizens’ patrols/brigades/whatever… or a security detail like… the PSD.

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