This Daily News Editorial Reflects COBA's Position that While This Administration Brags About its Success, It Has Failed to Adequately Address the Mental Health Crisis Within The Inmate Population In The City's Jails
By: Michael Gartland and Jamie Schram January 20, 17. 9:43
The DA’s office is so convinced the treatment works that it’s willing to pick up the $140,000 annual tab, saying it will likely come from forfeiture funds obtained through settlements. The contract will last for two years with a one-year renewal option.
Is the city doing enough to reduce violence on Rikers Island? Correction Officers Benevolent Association President Elias Husamudeen sat down with Errol Louis to make his case for tough restrictions on detainees.
LOWER MANHATTAN — In an expletive-ridden cell-phone video obtained by PIX11 News, four inmates inside what sources say is the Manhattan Detention Complex boast about how they are able to film inside, among other things.