From the NY Post:
Downtown Brooklyn and the Bronx neighborhood around Yankee Stadium saw notably longer response times to "critical" calls in the last three months of 2009, according to NYPD data.
Citywide, some 34 police precincts saw longer response times.
Although many precincts saw only slight increases, others had more significant spikes in average response times, including a 33-second increase at the 76th Precinct in Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn, and a 27-second jump at the 44th Precinct in Highbridge, The Bronx.
Overall response times remained steady, and 42 precincts actually saw decreases.
Sounds like a good time to gut the police force even more.
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