Monday, October 31, 2016

Central Park: Mugging Victim Fights Back Recovers Phone From Thief

Manhattan

By Geoffrey Croft

A mugging victim in Central Park fought back over the weekend and recovered his phone, NYC Park Advocates has learned.  

A 28-year-old man told police he was attacked by a white male in his 40's, who punched him in the nose and took his silver Apple I-phone 6. 

The victim struggled with the attacker and was able to wrestle his phone back.   

The assailant punched him in the head and face then fled westbound out of the park without the phone.


The victim took himself to Columbia Presbyterian Hospital where he was treated for bruising to the left eye and nose and doctors reported what happened to police.

The incident occurred on Friday night at approximately 5:30 in the park's North woods near 109th Street and the East Drive.

Violent Ticket Scammer Arrested For Assaulting Tourist In Battery Park


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Andre Morris, 33, of the Bronx was arrested on Saturday and charged with assault after he allegedly hit a Hungarian tourist visiting the city with his wife and young daughter.   He has at least seventeen prior arrests dating back to 2001 charges that include rape, robbery and assault. His latest robbery arrest was in July police said.  (Photo: William Farrington/via NY Post)

The NYPD has six officers assigned to a vender detail in Battery Park and Peter Minuet Plaza to address the issue.

Manhattan

By Geoffrey Croft

Violence erupted once again in the illegal boat tour ticket trade near the Staten Island Ferry.  

An unauthorized ticket vendor with an extensive criminal history was caught by police on Saturday after sucker-punching a Hungarian tourist who refused to buy a phony ticket to the Statue of Liberty.

Another one involved with the incident got away.

Andre Morris, 33, of the Bronx was arrested on Saturday and charged with assault after he allegedly hit a Hungarian tourist visiting New York with his wife and young daughter. 

He has at least seventeen prior arrests dating back to 2001 charges that include rape, robbery and assault. His latest robbery arrest was in July police said.  

Two boat tour ticket sellers illegally selling $30 tickets to supposedly for New York Water Taxi boats, and were labeled “Statue of Liberty Express.” 

 “Boat does not disembark at the Statue of Liberty,” the tickets read.

The NYPD has six officers assigned to a vender detail in Battery Park and Peter Minuet Plaza in an effort to stem the illegal activity which gained wide spread media attention during the summer of 2015. 

The 1st Precinct tweeted about the incident.


The 1st Pct. tweeted out the news of the arrest.

tkt seller arrested. Punched a man w/ his family from Hungry. Priors:RAPE, ROBBERY & ASSAULT

Read More:

New York Post - October 30, 2016 -  By Stephanie Pagones and Kenneth Garger 

New York Daily News - October 30, 2016 -  By Ben Kochman





Saturday, October 29, 2016

Parolee Arrested In Brutal Attack of Girl, 15, In Bronx Park


Police released surveillance video of a "person of interest," in the case. The video shows a male black running eastbound on East 213th Street from the vicinity of the park, carrying a backpack.


Suspect Shaun Lewis last night being escorted from a police pct. in the Bronx.
(screen grab: NY1 News)


Bronx 

By Geoffrey Croft

Police arrested a 27-year-old Bronx parolee wanted in Monday’s savage attack of a 15-year-old in a Bronx park.

Shaun Lewis was working at his truck unloading job in Garden City Long Island last night around 8:00pm when he was picked up by police. 

Lewis was arrested for Assault, Attempted Rape, Strangulation, Endangering the Welfare of a Child and Forcible Touching according to officials.

He has been arrested at least two times for robbery and was on parole until 2018.

Lewis lives less than a mile away from the park on Lurting Avenue.

The suspect was arrested in connection to the vicious beating and sexual assault of a fifteen-year-old high school student who had recently run away.

She was returning home early Monday morning from a friend's house in Staten Island when police believe she met the suspect on the subway. They got off at Gun Hill Road and White Plains Road two stops away from her house. 

They walked together to the corner of Bronx Boulevard and East 213 Street, outside Shoelace Park, a part of Bronx Park.  Once there he punched her in the face and punched her in the groin area and dragged her into the park.  

The victim sustained severe facial and head injuries including a fractured jaw, missing teeth, bruising near her eyes and scratches on her thigh.  During the assault, the attacker choked her causing her to loose consciousness at least three times.  


Police at the crime scene on Monday in Shoelace Park at 213th Street off of Bronx Blvd where a 15-year-old girl was attacked on her way home.  The attacker may have left her for dead.  (Photo: Geoffrey Croft/NYC Park Advocates) Click on images to enlarge.


The victim told police she was sexually assaulted.  

After the assault, the victim forced her into the Bronx River.  She woke up wet and with no pants.  She emerged on the other side of the park and staggered along the Bronx River Parkway to Gun Hill Road where a good Samaritan helped her.

This arrow section of Bronx Park runs from 211th Street to 231st Street along the Bronx River.  


Violent crime in parks continuous to soar rising twenty-five percent over the last year.  
  
The de Blasio administration continues to assert that park crime is, “rare.”

Read More:


NY1 News - October 29, 2016

New York Daily News - October 29, 2016 -  By Aidan McLaughlin 

WNBC - October 25, 2016 - By Ida Siegal, Ray Villeda and Katherine Creag

WCBS - October 25, 2016 

A Walk In The Park - October 25, 2016

A Walk In The Park - October 24, 2016





Friday, October 28, 2016

Hangman's Noose, Racist Graffiti Found Inside Brooklyn Park


A ten foot long hangman's noose was found tied to a beloved tree in Fort Green Park on Monday.  Hate speech quoting Hitler was also found nearby on a tree stump a week earlier. Police are investigating the incidents. (Photo:  © NYC Park Advocates) Click on images to enlarge.

Brooklyn

By Geoffrey Croft

Police are investigating after a noose and racist graffiti were found inside a Brooklyn flagship park, NYC Park Advocates has learned. 

On Monday a park worker found a ten foot long “adult size” hangman's noose from a tree inside Fort Green Park.

The disturbing discovery was made just before 12:00 while the worker made his morning rounds. 

The park worker described the noose as, “heavy duty rope,” of brownish, yellowish color.

The employee climbed the tree and removed the offending symbol which was approximately 12 feet off the ground.

“I felt uncomfortable seeing that hanging there. Back in the day they used to hang innocent people, people of color,” he said.

The worker said he first thought maybe it was a Halloween prank but quickly changed his mind when he didn’t see any other evidence symbolizing it was a prank or related to Halloween.

“Instead it just it was just hanging there like someone had just been hung there.”  

The intent and purpose of the noose left no doubt in the workers mind. 

“I know racism still exists but now it's being targeted in Fort Green Park where I work,” said the parks employee who noted that the majority of his co-workers are people of color.

“It definitely is a hate crime,” he continued.  “I don’t know if the message is for people who work in the park,  I have no idea I couldn’t make that assumption," he said. 

According to police racist graffiti was discovered the previous week on a tree stump about 20 feet from the noose.

The graffiti read, “they should have gotten rid of you when they had the chance,”  and quoted Hitler. 

Park workers painted over the graffiti with black paint.

The Parks Department worker said the noose coupled with what he described as “hate speech written on a tree stump” found a few feet away said the two incidents were connected.  

“It definitely has a connection. If I was a forensic investigator I would think that went hand in hand with that,” he said.

The noose was vouchered by police as evidence.


Parks workers painted over the offending hate speech.


The incidents are being investigated by the NYPD as an aggravated harassment (anti-black).
The much beloved tree is a favorite for kids to climb.  It is located up the hill about 20 yards west the of park’s popular tennis courts,  and north/west of DeKalb Avenue and S Elliot Place. 

It has been quite a last few months in that area of the historic park.

In June a homeless man wanted for the attempted murder of his girlfriend in Texas was arrested by police by the same tree after an eagle-eyed parks worker recognized the assailant. 

In early August a homeless man groped a woman the park. Police arrested the assailant a few weeks later according to a city source.

In late August a Bronx man was arrested for stalking a high school freshman during tennis tryout.












The tree stump and tree where the hangman's noose were discovered are close by.


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WNBC - October 29, 2016 - By Erica Davies

Police Seek Suspected Vandal Who Placed a Noose and Scrawled 
Nazi Graffiti in Brooklyn Park 
NY1 News - October 29, 2016       

gothamist - October 28, 2016 - By David Colon  


Thursday, October 27, 2016

Mayor De Blasio Using Park Ballfields As Helipads

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On Oct. 14th  Mayor De Blasio was picked up by a police helicopter that landed in a Prospect Park ballfield.  The Mayor was supposed land by police helicopter in Harlem River Park during an Aug. 9 little league game but balked after fuming parents threatened to expose the stunt on social media.

City-Wide


Mayor de Blasio shut down a Little League baseball game in a Harlem park for more than an hour in August so police could ready a field for his helicopter, The Post has learned.

 The chopper landing was then abruptly canceled after an angry dad started griping to cops about the intrusion, threatening to post pictures of the mayoral interruption on social media, a source said.

The extended seventh-inning stretch got underway at Harlem River Park during an Aug. 9 Little League game when the NYPD cleared the diamond of two under-14 teams, one dad told The Post.

The cops “basically told everybody to get off the field,” the dad said.

“The mayor wants to land his helicopter here,” he recalled police telling him.  And when he griped to the officers they sympathized.

“They said it’s absolutely ridiculous and that I should file a complaint,” said the dad, who didn’t want his name printed for fear of retribution.

Another angry dad confirmed the story.  De Blasio was slated to deliver remarks at Gracie Mansion at 7 pm that evening and visited an injured firefighter at Jacobi Medical Center in the Bronx earlier that day. He had nothing else on his public schedule.

The guy feels he’s so entitled to do whatever he wants.” Police said he was taking the whirlybird from the Bronx because traffic was backed up, the dad recalled.

“It’s ridiculous,” he fumed. “The guy feels he’s so entitled to do whatever he wants.”  Another dad confirmed that police said it was de Blasio who was supposed to land on the field.

“I wanted to see my son playing,” he said, griping, “We should have been home an hour earlier.”

A former cop familiar with the situation told The Post police “were not happy” about having to arrange for de Blasio’s park landing.

The mayor’s office refused to comment on the aborted chopper ride, instead referring questions to the NYPD.

“The security and transportation of the mayor are determined by the NYPD,” said Deputy Commissioner John Miller.

“We do not discuss the specifics of security.”

That was the same canned statement the department issued less than two weeks ago after The Post reported de Blasio had been picked up by a chopper landed in a Prospect Park ballfield.

De Blasio dodged questions on that flight Wednesday, refusing to say whether or not he was making political calls on Friday, Oct. 14, the day of the Park Slope flight.

“We’ve done every form of disclosure we have to and we follow exactly the rules,” he said.

When pressed about having to use a chopper becuase he was in a rush after making political or campaign calls, he said: “I’ve just said all I’m going to say about it.”

De Blasio and his administration have also kept relatively quiet on why he used a police chopper to whisk him and wife Chirlane out to last month’s presidential debate on Long Island.

Read More:

De Blasio’s helicopter shut down a Little League game
New York Post - October 26, 2016 - By Michael Gartland

Park Crime Hits "Home" As Man, 85, Is Attacked In Mayor's UES Park

The suspect approached the 85-year-old man from behind and punched him in the side of the head, sending him toppling to the groundĀ 

A coward approaches a 85-year-old man from behind and punches him in the side of the head in broad daylight. The attack sent the senior to the hospital.  The attack occured on Tuesday at 3 p.m. inside the park along  theJohn Finley Walk promenade near East 90th Street and East End Avenue, yards away from Gracie Mansion.  

Manhattan

By Geoffrey Croft

The Police Department is asking for the public's assistance in identifying the coward depicted in the attached video and photograph in connection to a robbery that occurred within the confines of the 19 Precinct.

On October 25, 2016, at approximately 3:00pm  inside of Carl Schulz Park (East End Avenue and East 90 Street) the individual approached the 85 year-old male victim from behind and punched him in the side of the head. 

The victim fell to the ground and suffered lacerations to the back of his head and above his right eye. He was removed to Mt. Sinai Hospital in stable condition. The individual fled southbound on the promenade. 

The individual is described as a male black, in his 40s, with a black backpack; last seen wearing a black coat, blue jeans, and a red knit cap.

Anyone with information in regards to this incident is asked to call the NYPD's Crime Stoppers Hotline at 1-800-577-TIPS (8477) or for Spanish, 1-888-57-PISTA (74782). 

The public can also submit their tips by logging onto the Crime stoppers website atWWW.NYPDCRIMESTOPPERS.COM or by texting their tips to 274637 (CRIMES) then enter TIP577. All calls are strictly confidential.

The man then fled the park, running down the promenade. Police have appealed for help in identifying himĀ 


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WABC - October 26, 2016 

WCBS - October 26, 2016

WPIX - October 26, 2016 -  By Andrea Cavallier 

Tuesday, October 25, 2016

Girl,15, Raped, Forced In Bronx River After Park Attack


Police released surveillance video of a "person of interest," in the case. The video shows a male black running eastbound on East 213th Street from the vicinity of the park, carrying a backpack.

He is believed to be 25 years old, 5-ft-10 inches tall, medium build, wearing a black Champion hoodie bearing the "C" logo,, blue jeans, grey Timberland boots and scabs on his lips. 


Bronx 

By Geoffrey Croft
New details have emerged in the brutal attack of a fifteen year-old girl yesterday morning in Bronx Park.


The victim exited the train several stations north of the subway stop closest to her home.



She could not explain to police how she ended up at the Gun Hill Road/White Plains Road train station.

Her memory is hazy but she said she first encountered the attacker outside the subway station at  Gun Hill Road and White Plains Road.

They walked together to the corner of Bronx Boulevard and East 213 Street, outside a section of Bronx Park.  Once there he punched her in the face and punched her in the groin area and dragged her into the nearby park.

The victim sustained severe facial and head injuries including a fractured jaw, missing teeth, bruising near her eyes and scratches on her thigh.

During the assault, the attacker choked her causing her to loose consciousness at least three times.

The victim told police she was sexually assaulted.  After the assault, the victim forced her into the Bronx River.

She woke up wet and with no pants.  She emerged on the other side of the park and staggered along the Bronx River Parkway to Gun Hill Road where she was discovered by a passer-by who helped her.

Inside the park police found two black sneakers, a purple and pink bandanna and a cell phone all belonging to the victim.

Police also found a used Magnum brand condom wrapper.  Two beer bottles and a chewing gum wrapper were also recovered as evidence.

Police released a surveillance video of a "person of interest," as  he has not been ID'd by the victim.

The video shows a male black running eastbound on East 213th Street from the vicinity of the park, carrying a backpack.

He is believed to be 25 years old, 5-ft-10 inches tall, medium build, wearing a black Champion hoodie bearing the "C" logo,, blue jeans, grey Timberland boots and scabs on his lips. 

Anyone with information in regards to this incident is asked to call the NYPD's Crime Stoppers Hotline at 1-800-577-TIPS (8477) or for Spanish, 1-888-57-PISTA (74782). The public can also submit their tips by logging onto the Crime stoppers website at WWW.NYPDCRIMESTOPPERS.COM or by texting their tips to 274637 (CRIMES) then enter TIP577. All calls are strictly confidential.


Violent crime in parks continuous to soar rising twenty-five percent over the last year.  
  
The de Blasio administration continues to assert that park crime is, “rare.”

Police at the crime scene yesterday afternoon in Bronx Park at 213th Street & Bronx Blvd where a 15-year-old girl was attacked.   The victim sustained severe facial and head injuries including a fractured jaw, missing teeth, bruising near her eyes. (Photo: Geoffrey Croft/NYC Park Advocates) 

Monday, October 24, 2016

Girl, 15, Viciously Beaten In Bronx Park


























Police at the crime scene this afternoon in Bronx Park at 213th Street off of Bronx Blvd where a 15-year-old girl was attacked early this morning on her way home. The attacker may have left her for dead.  (Photos: Geoffrey Croft/NYC Park Advocates) Click on images to enlarge.

Bronx

By Geoffrey Croft

A 15-year-old girl was found brutally beaten with extensive physical injuries in a Bronx park early this morning, NYC Park has learned. 


The high school student was returning from a friends house in Staten Island at approximately 4:20 am when she was accosted after getting off the No. 2 train.  She was dragged to a section of Bronx Park, at 213th Street and Bronx Blvd a few feet from the Bronx River where she was severely beaten.

Police say she was in and out of consciousness during the attack. 

The assailant "stomped on her head," broke her pelvis and knocked out several teeth according to police. 

Several hours after the attack the victim woke near the river and walked a bloack and a half to Gun Hill Road where a passer-by found her about 9:30 and took her to Montiofiore Hospital where doctors contacted police. 

Her head injuries are extensive and have caused memory loss, causing her to have trouble recollecting the traumatic events.

Police believe she fought back her attacker.

Bronx Special Victims Squad are investigating if she was sexually assaulted. 

At one point during the attack she woke up and saw a dark skinned man over her with his penis exposed according to a law enforcement source. 

She was "assaulted very dramatically," said Robert Boyce, Chief of Detectives said earlier today.

The attacker may have left her for dead a police source said.

Violent crime in parks continuous to soar rising twenty-five percent over the last year.  
  
The de Blasio administration continues to assert that park crime is, “rare.”



(Photos: Geoffrey Croft/NYC Park Advocates) Click on images to enlarge.

Friday, October 21, 2016

Man Dies After Climbing Brooklyn Playground Fence

Brooklyn

Police responded to a 911 call yesterday at 7:40am for an unresponsive male in a Brighton Beach Playground.

A witness told police the man fell while trying to climb a fence near the basketball courts inside Grady Playground, behind Grady High School in Brighton Beach.

EMS pronounced him dead at the scene.

Police say the man had no ID on him when they found him.

The investigation is ongoing.

The death occured within the confines of the 60 Pct.

The Daily News first reported the incident.




Bronx High School of Science Student Arrested For Threatening Reporter Over Harris Feild Fight Club Story


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Bronx High School of Science students square off in Harris Field, a Parks Department property across from the school.  Fellow classmates filmed and cheered on the violence.  A  secret Facebook group hidden from the public called “Savage Season” was used to promote the fights and posted footage of the vile competitions. The fights went on for several years without interference from school officials. One parent who pulled her child out of the school said she told several officials at the school but she was told they were powerless to take action because it was off of school property.   

Bronx

By Geoffrey Croft

A 16-year-old Upper East Side junior at Bronx High School of Science student has been arrested for threatening a Daily News reporter following an expose about an underground fight club run by kids from the elite school. 

Wataru Takada was charged with misdemeanor aggravated harassment after he surrendered to police with an attorney on Wednesday evening.  

He was given a desk appearance ticket and is expected to be back in court on Dec. 9. This was the teen’s first arrest, officials said.

The reporter, Ben Chapman received more than a hundred messages including Facebook threats, texts and more than two dozen crank phone calls after a series in the Daily News detailed the vile existance of the organized brawls in Harris Field a public park across the street from one the city's most prestigious schools.     

The reporter’s home address along with a photo of his residence were also posted on the “Savage Season” group’s uncovered secret Facebook page.

Chapman has been covering the education beat for the paper for years.
    
The NYPD launched an investigation into the fight club.

A private Facebook group called, “Savage Season”  was created to promote the fights and post videos of the fisticuffs.

Videos of 11 separate fights were posted.

Last Thursday Bronx High School of Science principal Jean Donahue apologized to the reporter after students repeatedly harassed him with threatening online messages and voicemail insults. 

The brawls were reported to two deans and a guidance councilor at Bronx High School of Science which school officials apparently do not dispute.

The Education Department, told the News in a statement, “The non-school-related incidents took place last year and were reported to the NYPD.”
  
A mother of a former student told the paper that said she informed school officials about the fights four months earlier but the administrators insisted they were powerless because the fights were in the park.


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The October 12, 2016  Daily News front-page story detailed the vile "Fight Club" in which students from the prestigious Bronx High School of Science participated in fighting in Harris Field near the school.   The unfortunate  “Put Up Your Dorks!”  headline detracted from otherwise solid story and reporting. The editor who wrote the headline left the paper two days after it was published. 

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Tuesday, October 18, 2016

Park Crime Soars - Mayor Says Crime Is "Rare"

Park Crime Continues To Rise. Violent crime in parks rose twenty-five percent over the last year.  Over the last twelve months 7 people were murdered, 18 were raped, 371 people were robbed, and 216 were victims of felony assaults according to the latest park crime data released by the NYPD analyzed by NYC Park Advocates.  The de Blasio administration continues to claim that park crime is, "rare."      (Click on Graphs to enlarge) 


City-Wide

By Geoffrey Croft


As serious crime decreases across the city violent crime in parks have soared over the last year according to the latest figures complied by NYPD and analyzed by NYC Park Advocates.    

Six hundred and twelve people reported being the victims of violent crimes in city parks over the last twelve months compared to four hundred and eighty-eight over the previous period, an increase of 25 percent.  

Park Crime is up significantly in all four violent crime categories - Murder, Rape, Felony Assault and Robbery.   

Total violent crime rose from 488 to 612, a 25% increase: Felony Assault 174 to 216, up 24%: Robbery from 295 to 371, a 26% increase:  Rape from 15 to 18, up 20%: Murder went from 4 to 7 incidents, a 75% increase. 

This is the first time in the city’s history that comparative crime data for parks is available over a 24 month period. 

Over the last twelve months 7 people were murdered, 18 were raped, 371 people were robbed, and 216 were victims of felony assaults. 

As a comparison 4 people were raped, 15 were murdered, 295 were robbed, and 174 were victims of felony assaults over the previous year month period.  

Statistically a violent crime was reported 1.7 times a day according to the latest figures.

The statistics cover an eighteen month period from July 1, 2014 through June 31, 2016, the latest park crime data released by the NYPD.

The figures do not include Central Park which has its own police precinct.

The De Blasio administration continues downplay crime in parks calling them, “rare.” 

A police spokesman said that parks, “are by far the safest place in the entire universe,” and Parks Commissioner Mitchell Silver called the recent 23% increase in violent park crime, a “small uptick.”

Violent crime in parks rose twenty-five percent over the last year.    The city has seen unprecedented job growth recently hiring more than 15,000 full-time employees.  Protecting parks is simply not a priority. 




For years park safety advocates have called on the city to dramatically increase the number of dedicated park police but they have refused.

Individual boroughs can have as few as two PEP officers available for parol during the summer months when crime is peaking.

This year the City Council refused to allocate a penny for additional park police PEP officers despite the continued dramatic increases in park crime.  The city has however hired more than 15,000 full-time emplyees to it workforce since July 2014 the Times reported.  Park safety is simply not a priority. 

Last week the Police Department’s’ chief of detectives, Robert Boyce said they were deploring “a lot or resources “ in Central Park after the park saw 4 additional violent crimes during the month. “Special attention”  would also be paid to other city parks as well said Carlos Gomez, NYPD's chief of department at a news conference providing few details.

Six-Month Comparisons  

Total Park Crime  is up 39 %  during the first six months of 2016 compared to the same period the previous year. 

There were 156 robberies - up 36 percent,  94 Felony Assaults up 24 percent.

Second Quarter

During the second quarter 2016 alone over all Park crime jumped 44% percent in the seven categories compared to the previous one time period.
Violent Crime was up 32%,  robberies up 58% and Grand Larceny was up 60%.

The striking figures come from the latest crime data tracked by the NYPD under a 2014 law.    The NYPD is now compiling crime data from 1,155 park properties, up from just 31 parks police began tracking in 2008.

Twelve Month Data Breakdown


Violent crime breakdown -  Murder, Rape, Felony Assault, and Robbery.   

Total Crime breakdown by borough.





















Source:  NYPD Crime Statistics - CompStat

http://www.nyc.gov/html/nypd/downloads/pdf/crime_statistics/city_council_parks_report-2nd_qtr_2016.pdf
http://www.nyc.gov/html/nypd/downloads/pdf/analysis_and_planning/city-council-parks-report-1st-qtr-2016.pdf
http://www.nyc.gov/html/nypd/downloads/pdf/crime_statistics/nyc_park_crime_stats_q4_2015.pdf
http://www.nyc.gov/html/nypd/downloads/pdf/crime_statistics/nyc_park_crime_stats_q3_2015.pdf
http://www.nyc.gov/html/nypd/downloads/pdf/crime_statistics/nyc_park_crime_stats_q2_2015.pdf
http://www.nyc.gov/html/nypd/downloads/pdf/crime_statistics/nyc_park_crime_stats_q1_2015.pdf
http://www.nyc.gov/html/nypd/downloads/pdf/crime_statistics/nyc_park_crime_stats_q4_2014.pdf
http://www.nyc.gov/html/nypd/downloads/pdf/crime_statistics/nyc_park_crime_stats_q3_2014.pdf