Over and out? Public Advocate Jumaane Williams says keeping public access to NYPD radios more critical in wake of Win Rozario police shooting

Weeks after 19-year-old Win Rozario was shot to death by police during a mental health crisis, Public Advocate Jumaane Williams and other elected officials told amNewYork Metro that it is imperative that the press have access to NYPD radio chatter.

Those comments come as the NYPD continues a methodical plan to eventually encrypt all police radio communications, shutting out journalists and the public from chatter in a purported effort to block out criminals who could use the frequencies to their advantage.