ニューヨーク市警 (NYPD) に関する公開情報 10 それが特定する再犯者 “著名な大量犯罪者。” リストのトップは逮捕された人です 101 回 – 88 since bail reform was enacted in 2020, 警察は言った.
ちょうど今週, the NYPD and Mayor Eric Adams slammed bail reform laws as “非常識” そして “危険な” amid an increase in arrests and a series of high-profile attacks on law enforcement and the public.
“They say the definition of insanity is to do the same thing repeatedly, but expect different results,” Adams told reporters. “Our criminal justice system is insane. It is dangerous, it’s harmful, and it’s destroying the fabric of our city.”
The department did not name each person, but detailed his or her career in crime. Details for the NYPD’s top five recidivists are below.
“Recidivist #1,” 自慢する人 101 逮捕, has been convicted 15 タイムズ, including three for felonies, 警察は言った. Two of those convictions were allegedly for violent felonies.
They failed to appear in court “少なくとも 14 タイムズ,” 警察は言った.
“Recidivist #1 was arrested for petty and grand larceny 74 タイムズ, all in Manhattan, 部門は言った.
The person with the second-highest number of arrests – “Recidivist #2” – boasts 96 逮捕, 含む 67 since bail reform was enacted in 2020, 警察は言った.
They have been convicted a staggering 44 タイムズ, garnering the nickname of “predicate felon” from the police department. They have failed to show up for their court appearances 26 タイムズ, 警察は言った.
Probation was revoked three times.
いいえ. 3 offender considered has been busted 58 times – all but three were after bail reform was enacted in 2020, 警察は言った.
They were convicted 4 タイムズ, all of which were misdemeanors, and currently has 18 open cases for commercial retail theft, 警察は言った.
“Recidivist #4” boasts 62 career arrests, 含む 59 since bail reform in 2020, 警察は言った. They have allegedly been convicted 22 タイムズ, and have failed to show up for court 21 タイムズ.
Twenty of their convictions were for misdemeanors, 警察は言った. The person currently has seven open cases, 警官は言った.
The fifth repeat offender to make the NYPD’s list has been arrested 23 times – all of which were reported from June 2022 to present day, 警察は言った.
Fifteen of their arrests were allegedly for burglary.
2020 BAIL REFORM LAW
ザ・ 2020 bail reform law eliminated cash bail options for most nonviolent crimes and misdemeanors, with many judges instead turning to supervised release programs.
Supervised release, known officially as “非金銭的リリース” was established by Adams’ predecessor, 市長によって任命されたリベラルな裁判官によって, に 2016. De Blasio’s administration 称賛 the program as having “a proven track record of getting the vast majority of participants back to court and providing connections to vital pre-trial services.”
The city program allows for arrested individuals who are flight-risks to be released under community supervision. According to New York City’s Mayor’s Office of Criminal Justice (パワー), one of its main purposes was to “ensure a person’s return to court.”
The supervised release program was expanded just before the new law took effect, scrapping all eligibility requirements which would have previously prevented a judge from freeing certain crime offenders on supervised release. 順番に, those accused of violent felonies were eligible for supervised release consideration.
1月に, statistics released by New York State Unified Court System showed 23% of accused criminal offenders were rearrested on felony charges from January 2020 6月まで 2021. その間, 41% of offenders were rearrested on any kinds of criminal charges, whether felony or misdemeanor, 統計は示しています.