NYPD orders cops not to 'congregate' on city streets

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On Tuesday, the New York Police Department released a memo urging cops not to stand together on city streets unless a situation that requires multiple officers is unfolding.

The move is in line with comments made by NYC mayor Eric Adams at an event in Manhattan earlier this month.

“Do not congregate, or engage in unnecessary conversation, with other members of the service while on post, absent police necessity,” the memo reads, according to the New York Post.

It goes on to address the duty of patrol supervisors, who must now, “Ensure members of the service do not congregate, or engage in unnecessary conversation, with other members of the service while on post, absent police necessity.”

On August 6, while out and about on a Summer Streets bike ride, Mayor Adams expressed his frustration with cops standing too close to one another.

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