Join PROP’s next Petition Day!
Every month, PROP holds a petition drive at subway stations in Manhattan and Brooklyn to raise awareness of police reform and collect signatures for our petition to end Broken Windows and biased policing.
We currently have over 18,000 signatures and a goal of 25,000. We can do it with your help.
Regular locations for the petition drive are Union Square and 125th St in Manhattan and the A train stop at Utica Ave. in Bed-Stuy. The more volunteers come out to help, the more stations and neighbourhoods we can cover.
People interested in participating in the petition drive should contact PROP director Bob Gangi at 917-327-7648 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Those wishing to collect petition signatures on their own can do so by downloading a copy of PROP’s petition page and printing it out (Word Document).
Contact us afterwards and we’ll schedule a time to pick up the signatures you collected.
Lastly you can also sign the petition online:
PROP Petition to End Broken Windows PolicingRead the petition
“Broken windows” policing, which Mayor de Blasio publicly supports, is the “Tale of Two Cities” writ large – our mayor cannot make progress in resolving those problems without moving the NYPD away from its current aggressive and punitive approach, towards a more collaborative community-oriented policing. It is the job of PROP and other police reform advocates to carry out strategies and actions that put heavy pressure on our mayor, so that he disavows “broken windows” policing and decides to do the right thing, and implement the sweeping police reforms he promised. Police reforms that are needed to create a safe, fair, and inclusive city.