Can the mayor-elect and retired NYPD captain save his city and his party from anti-police radicalism?
NRPLUS MEMBER ARTICLE I n the wake of the 2020 riots and amid an overall surge in violent crime, law and order could be making a comeback. An appreciation for security recently motivated voters in Minneapolis to reject a proposal to replace their police department with a “Department of Public Safety.” The same appreciation also helps explain the election of Eric Adams, a black retired NYPD captain, as mayor of New York City.
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