Seeking the ‘Cure’: NYC expands anti-violence programs while embracing expansive police reform

Mayor Bill de Blasio rode another strong wave of police reforms on Tuesday by expanding Cure Violence programs to more precincts while other advocacy groups are reimagining the offices of public safety together.

De Blasio announced that five new sites will be outfitted with Cure Violence response programs by the summer in the 103rd Precinct in Queens, the 49th Precinct in the Bronx, and the 69th, 70th and 71st Precincts in Brooklyn.

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