Security cameras, lights, new school classes and "safety coalitions" are all in the mayor's
plan to address a spike in anti-Semitic crimes.
Hate crime awareness classes, "light towers," security cameras and safety coalitions will all accompany extra cops in Mayor Bill de Blasio's plan to combat a spike in anti-Semitic crimes in Brooklyn, the mayor announced.
De Blasio joined NYPD Commissioner Dermot Shea and other officials to reveal the details of his new hate crime prevention plan Sunday, days after first announcing that more police would be stationed in Brooklyn neighborhoods with large Jewish populations as anti-Semitic crimes mounted in the borough. Click here to read more