This plan was created by listening to the experiences and insights of hundreds of residents of neighborhoods throughout the five boroughs, in forums of varying size and structure. The City published Part 1 of the draft plan on March 5th, and Part 2 on March 12th. Both parts were available for public comment, which has been considered for the final plan. Following the submission of Part 2, City Council reviewed and revised the plan based on feedback from advocates, stakeholders, and Council Members.
The New York City Police Reform and Reinvention Collaborative Plan is the result of this work. It envisions an NYPD that stays true to its history of bravery in the service to the public, that maintains its stellar record of driving down crime, while continuing to transform itself into an example of just, transparent, and accountable policing, implemented equitably, without regard to race, gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, religion, or immigration or socioeconomic status.