From the Daily News:
Flushing Meadows-Corona Park, a popular and busy spot for people looking for relief from steamy summer streets, will no longer have its own police patrol, Queens News has learned.
Instead, cops patrolling other parts of the 110th Precinct and borough task force units will keep an eye on activity in the sprawling 1,255-acre park.
The dedicated detail was pulled due to staffing woes at the 110th Precinct, sources said.
City police officials downplayed the impact of the change, saying the park will still have a strong law enforcement presence.
Parks Department officials said they had not been told of any change in NYPD coverage at Flushing Meadows-Corona Park.