NYPD brass 'demand explanation' for shooting rise
A law enforcement source said 'commanding officers will get yelled at' at an upcoming CompStat meeting
By Larry Celona , Doug Auer and Jamie Schram
The New York Post
NEW YORK — NYPD brass have demanded that three commanding officers explain at next week's CompStat meetings why shootings are on the rise in their precincts, The Post has learned.
The 46th, 67th and 103rd precincts — University Heights in The Bronx, East Flatbush in Brooklyn and Jamaica in Queens, respectively — have some of the most significant spikes in violent crimes in the city, a source said.
The "commanding officers will get yelled at," a law-enforcement source with knowledge of the meetings said yesterday.
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