NEW YORK CITY — Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly had a long-awaited meeting Thursday with members of the City Council's minority caucus to discuss rising gun violence in the city, DNAinfo.com New York has learned.
Kelly and other top police brass listened as council members shared their concerns about the department’s controversial stop-and-frisk policy. The two sides, however, also discussed new ways to clamp down on the rising tide of violence plaguing communities of color, sources who attended the meeting said.
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