The NYPD Patrol Borough Brooklyn North is hosting a community forum and discussion on hate crimes and how residents can work together to stop the noted increase in hate crimes over the past year. The forum will take place on Thursday, March 4, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at 179 Wilson Ave. in Brooklyn; RSVP at pbbnco@NYPD.org.
NYC experienced a 40 percent increase in hate crimes so far this year; 66 hate crimes in 2019 compared to 47 during the same period in 2018, with 64 percent categorized as anti-semitic, NBC reports.
STAND UP. There is no place for hate in Brooklyn. Join us as one voice against hatred. We need your ideas, we need your thoughts, we need your help. This is your community and we want to work together in making it a safe, healthy place for all. RSVP to PBBNCO@NYPD.ORG pic.twitter.com/uhuUjSlrAL
— NYPDBrooklynNorth (@NYPDBklynNorth) March 5, 2019