NYC Mayor Adams Angers Police Union With New Cell Phone Rule: ‘Our Justice System Is Failing’

New York City Mayor Eric Adams is cracking down on police officers using their cell phones while on duty, all while rampant crime continues to rock the Big Apple under his leadership. 

President of the NYPD detectives union, Paul DiGiacomo, slammed the mayor on “Fox & Friends First” for his remarks, noting cell phones are now an “intricate part of policing.”

“What we should be concentrating more on the criminals than the cops looking into their phones, as they should be,” DiGiacomo told co-host Carley Shimkus. 

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