Talking Points: What's Next For Criminal Justice Reform In New York?Saima Anjam, vice president of the Parkside Group, and CBSN New York’s urban affairs expert Mark Peters joined political reporter Marcia Kramer to discuss the effects.
Talking Points: What Is The Strategy Behind Michael Bloomberg's Presidential Bid?Chris Coffey, head of the New York practice for Tusk Ventures, and CBSN New York’s urban affairs expert joined political reporter Marcia Kramer to discuss the former mayor’s strategy.
Talking Points: When Will Michael Bloomberg Officially Join The Presidential Race?Heath Brown, an associate professor of public policy at the John Jay College of Criminal Justice, and CBSN New York's urban affairs expert Mark Peters joined political reports Marcia Kramer to forecast the former mayor's future.
Breaking Down Bloomberg's Bombshell ApologyCBS New York's Urban Affairs Expert Mark Peters joined CBSN New York's Valerie Castro to break down the latest apology from former Mayor Michael Bloomberg regarding his reversal on the NYPD's "stop and frisk" policy.
What Challenges Will Dermot Shea Face As New Police Commissioner?With NYPD Commissioner James O'Neill stepping down, what challenges will his replacement face? CBSN New York's urban affairs expert Mark Peters explains.
After Chinatown Murder Spree, NYC Residents Demanding City Act To Fix Growing Homeless CrisisThe Coalition for the Homeless said, under the de Blasio Administration, the number of people living in city shelters has reached record highs – with 64,000 people in January.
Mark Peters On Report Finding 2,700 New York City Kids Exposed To LeadA shocking report finds 2,700 New York City kids tested positive for lead exposure when city agencies could have prevented it.
Urban Affairs Expert Discusses Scathing NYCHA ReportCBS2 political reporter Marcia Kramer spoke with CBSN New York's urban affairs expert, Mark Peters, about a damning report on the state of NYCHA.
NYC Cyclist Deaths: NYPD Cracks Down On Drivers, Expert Says Real Problem Is Reckless Bike Riders, Proposes License Plates For Bikes“Insist on putting license plates on bicycles which would then allow the police or pedestrians or anyone else to track unsafe behavior,” the former chief of the city’s Department of Investigation added.
De Blasio Picks New NYCHA Boss Who Wants To Fly Home To Minnesota Every Weekend, Sources SayHis name is Gregory Russ - the head of the Minneapolis Public Housing Authority – and he’s the man Bill de Blasio has settled on to cure NYCHA's multi-billion-dollar problems.
Published Report Prompts New Calls For Transparency In NYPD's Disciplinary SystemThis comes after the New York Daily News published examples of penalties officers have faced that may not fit the violation.