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SHOMRIM RECEIVES CONGRESSIONAL AWARD FOR COMMUNITY WORK

Today, Congressman Jerrold Nadler (D-NY) commended the Boro Park Shomrim for their bravery in protecting the children and residents of Borough Park on Thursday night. Nadler issued the following statement: “Yesterday, four volunteer members of the Boro Park Shomrim put their lives at risk to courageously pursue a perpetrator. These four heroes were unfortunately wounded […]

Why you should care about the arrest of Shomrim leader Jacob Daskal

By Liena Zagare -May 14, 2018 BORO PARK – Last Thursday the NYPD arrested Jacob Daskal on charges of raping a 16 year old. Besides the obviously horrendous crime, this arrest is a big deal because Daskal is the president of Boro Park Shomrim (“Guards”) – the private, Orthodox Jewish, security force that patrols Borough Park. There are […]

Blaz & co. made us men in blue scapegoats

4 former Finest suing, say they were forced to retire in bribe scandal to protect mayor and ex-police commish Mayor de Blasio is catching flak from, clockwise from upper left, ex-Deputy Chiefs Andrew Capul, Eric Rodriguez and David Colon and former Inspector Peter DeBlasio. They were booted from the Police Department in 2016 after being […]

Muslim Community Patrol

MCPS is a civilian patrol organization established to patrol neighboring communities in order to protect members of the local community from escalating quality-of-life nuisance crimes. The organization’s vision is to promote the safety and well‐being of all residents of the neighboring communities. MCPS acts as a liaison between the local police as well as the […]

Shomrim (neighborhood watch group)

Shomrim (Hebrew: שׁוֹמְרִים, ‘watchers’, ‘guards’) or Shmira (Hebrew: שְׁמִירָה, ‘protection’) are organizations of proactive volunteer Jewish civilian patrols which have been set up in Haredi communities in neighborhoods across the United States and the United Kingdom (among other countries) to combat burglary, vandalism, mugging, assault, domestic violence, nuisance crimes, antisemitic attacks, and to help and support victims of crime. They also help locate missing people. Shomrim volunteers are unarmed and do not have the authority […]