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Old Today, 08:24 AM
 
Location: NYC
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Notice how now we are seeing armed robberies in Charleston, SI and in the nicer parts of eastern Queens and southwest Brooklyn. The next crime wave is brewing under deBlasio. Intentionally lax policing as well as bail 'reform' will be the cause of this crime wave. The end of cash bail is solely designed to get criminals back on the street so they can commit more violent crimes and destabilize otherwise stable neighborhoods.
Progressives fail to accept that many criminals simply cannot be rehabbed and better be locked up or they will simply die from shootouts or killed by other criminals. Some criminals have said that jails are a safe haven for them or they will get killed on the streets. Now if you take away cash bail or decriminalize many offenses. More criminals will be out on the street and it becomes a menace to society. We will have more criminals roaming the burbs and other parts.

We're seeing many theft rings and robbery suspects now in NJ more because it's easy but they don't realize that many NJ towns have very active police patrols of banks and commercial areas. A lot of criminals are now quickly chased and apprehended in the burbs than in NYC.
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Old Today, 09:04 AM
 
Location: Staten Island, NY
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NJ police are still very proactive, especially on the highways and local routes. I am a member of a few NJ online cop groups. They don’t play when it comes to proactive enforcement. They have political support still to do it. The people in those towns WANT aggressive policing, unlike here.
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Old Today, 10:13 AM
 
Location: New York, NY
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Here goes another one who thinks it will really get that bad again

U guys must be scared to death walking outside nowadays
Well if you ride the A train as much as you claim you do, you can see how run down the subway cars are. Fewer homeless in the cars of late, but then again I have curtailed my usage substantially. Delays are ridiculous.
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Old Today, 10:48 AM
 
Location: Confines of the 101 Precinct
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Well if you ride the A train as much as you claim you do, you can see how run down the subway cars are.
The A train just started getting these new cars about 2-3 months ago:

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Old Today, 10:50 AM
 
Location: JC
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NJ police are still very proactive, especially on the highways and local routes. I am a member of a few NJ online cop groups. They don’t play when it comes to proactive enforcement. They have political support still to do it. The people in those towns WANT aggressive policing, unlike here.

Except for posters on r/Jerseycity.
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Old Today, 11:07 AM
 
Location: New York, NY
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The A train just started getting these new cars about 2-3 months ago:
I know, but I've only rode one of them twice tops. They aren't that common just yet... I think the C has new ones though.
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Old Today, 11:09 AM
 
Location: Confines of the 101 Precinct
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I know, but I've only rode one of them twice tops. They aren't that common just yet... I think the C has new ones though.
Majority of the C trains are new

I catch a "new" A train about maybe 2-3 times a week out of 10 trips.
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Old Today, 11:11 AM
 
Location: New York, NY
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Majority of the C trains are new

I catch a "new" A train about maybe 2-3 times a week out of 10 trips.
You have more luck with them than me...
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Old Today, 11:17 AM
 
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You have more luck with them than me...
It's really not luck, I take that train every day
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Old Today, 11:21 AM
 
Location: New York, NY
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It's really not luck, I take that train every day
I think they are out earlier though. I don't use the subway much, but when I do it tends to be in the evening.
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