NYPD Gives Out Seniors Safety Bracelets To Stop Crimes In Harlem

August 8, 2017

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Gathering at the Lt. Joseph P. Kennedy Community Center in Harlem, cops said the bracelets had a two-fold purpose — to scare off crooks and to alert nearby residents to the crime.

Seniors were asked to keep the blue plastic alarms with them and use them only when necessary.

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“We love our seniors and we respect our seniors and we need to do what we can,” NYPD Community Affairs Chief Joanne Jaffe said as she helped hand the items out while seniors ate lunch. “We want to empower them.”


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