James O’Neill: Crime reforms would make NYC more dangerous

The city could get a taste of the bad old days if a series of looming legislative changes aren’t handled properly, NYPD Commissioner James O’Neill warned on Sunday.


“There are a number of issues looming on the horizon and we’re doing our best to make sure it has the smallest impact on crime as we move forward,” the top cop told host John Catsimatidis on his 970 AM radio show, rattling off four topics on his mind: Geriatric parole, marijuana legalization, elimination of cash bail and subway-crime prosecution.


“I think all New Yorkers need to know what’s going on and pay attention to it so we can all do our best to keep the city safe.”


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