The department looked for volunteers and asked to contribute supplies in about a month since the announcement of the plan in March.
To see the progress we’re making across NYC, you can use this interactive map ⬇️https://t.co/gfW4A752go
– NYPD NEWS (@NYPDnews) April 10, 2021
The NYPD said it received more than 6,000 claims by 2020 about property damage – including by graffiti.
HAPPENED NOW: Members of 102 Pct. has partnered with Woodhaven BID, working together to clean up the Jamaica Ave. We can remove graffiti from some of the eye-catching community locations we serve and protect, including 76-01 Jamaica Ave. pic.twitter.com/zgvE1uJOCj
– NYPD 102nd Precinct (@ NYPD102Pct) April 10, 2021
During Community & NYPD’s graffiti cleanup today, officers collaborated with volunteers from around the Corona & Elmhurst community to clean up graffiti from 111-11 44 Avenue. Let’s keep working together to keep NYC free of graffiti !! pic.twitter.com/XLwVZLKdf7
– 110th NYPD Area (@ NYPD110Pct) April 10, 2021
Sector Boy’s graffiti team is off to a strong start❗️The first stop was 19 East Street 19 – it looked great pic.twitter.com/I4VMwDvQcg
– Area 13 NYPD (@ NYPD13Pct) April 10, 2021
NYPD’s sabotage task force works to prevent graffiti around the city.