Juvenile Justice Week in Review: After Raid, Community Asks: What’s Next?

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THIS WEEK IN JUVENILE JUSTICE: After Raid, Community Asks: What's Next?

Police Community Council meeting

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Members of the NYPD, Manhattan District Attorneys Office, and members of the community attend the first Police Community Council meeting since the largest raid in NYPD\'s history at the George Bruce Branch Library in Harlem Tuesday evening.

 

LAW ENFORCEMENT DISCUSSES PLANS FOR HARLEM HOUSES AFTER RAID 

During the first Community Council meeting since the June 3 raid of the Manhattanville and Grant Houses — the largest in the NYPD's history — law enforcement revealed details Tuesday night about the raid and laid out for the precinct’s bewildered residents law enforcement’s plan in the wake of the arrests.

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