Curbing New York’s surging number of shootings would be Eric Adams’ first public safety priority should he be elected mayor, the Democratic candidate said Tuesday.
Retired NYPD captain Eric Adams, who is running for mayor, was the only City Hall aspirant to issue a statement Monday decrying several violent incidents over the Memorial Day weekend, including two subway slashings, a fatal stabbing on the Lower East …Continue Reading
New York City mayoral candidate Eric Adams on Saturday denounced the beating of a Jewish man in Times Square as part of a “pandemic of hate” that must be nipped in the bud. The Democratic candidate said he was shocked …Continue Reading
The NYPD needs to yank cops out of offices and onto the transit system, mayoral candidate Eric Adams said Tuesday. “Too many officers are performing clerical duties, and they are in units that do not directly impact public safety,” Adams, …Continue Reading
Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams received a mayoral endorsement on Tuesday from Abner Louima, whose brutal mistreatment...
The city should destroy the jail barge floating near the Bronx and set up more programs to help disadvantaged youths, Brooklyn borough president Eric Adams said during an emotional Tuesday campaign stop near the site of the shuttered juvenile detention …Continue Reading
Mayoral candidate Eric Adams on Wednesday called on the city and state to crack down on unsafe, noisy dirt bikes — claiming their increased use on New York streets is emblematic of recent “disorder” and “lawlessness.”
One morning this week, Eric Adams sat down at a sidewalk table outside the Washington Square Diner, in the West Village. Two decades ago, at the end of his career in the N.Y.P.D., Adams had worked nearby, in the Sixth …Continue Reading
Sean Bell’s father, William Bell, endorsed Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams Thursday for mayor of New York City. Adams is one of the Democratic candidates in a crowded mayoral race. "Mr. Bell is a dear friend. Someone I respect and …Continue Reading
Sitting Brooklyn borough president and mayoral hopeful Eric Adams is planning the buildout of 300 miles of protected bike lanes in the city over the first four years of his potential first term. Adams acknowledged the variety of ways New …Continue Reading