Public Housing Policing

The 4 most active New York City Council members providing free personal Public Housing Policing assistance to New Yorkers like you.


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Rosie Mendez
New York City Council
NYC Council 2nd District
Councilperson Rmendez@council.nyc.gov 212-677-1077 Rosie Mendez @RosieMendez on Twitter
#1 Rosie Mendez
2nd District - Manhattan

Public Housing Policing
3 cases in the past year

Top Active Services
NYCHA Building Maintenance Economy-Jobs Aging Park Maintenance Landlord / Managing Agent Issues General Welfare NYCHA Misc.

Contact
Phone: 212-677-1077
Email: Rmendez@council.nyc.gov

Helen Rosenthal
New York City Council
NYC Council 6th District
Councilperson Helen@HelenRosenthal.com 212-873-0282 Helen Rosenthal Helen Rosenthal @HelenRosenthal on Twitter
#2 Helen Rosenthal
6th District - Manhattan

Public Housing Policing
1 case in the past year

Top Active Services
Lease Issue NYCHA Misc. SCRIE Building Maintenance Landlord / Managing Agent Issues Eviction

Contact
Phone: 212-873-0282
Email: Helen@HelenRosenthal.com

Chaim M. Deutsch
New York City Council
NYC Council 48th District
Councilperson cdeutsch@council.nyc.gov 718-368-9176 Chaim M. Deutsch @ChaimDeutsch on Twitter
#2 Chaim M. Deutsch
48th District - Brooklyn

Public Housing Policing
1 case in the past year

Top Active Services
Misc (Wills / Court Docs / etc.) Tax Preparation Assistance Museums Food Pantry Rain Barrel Unemployment Insurance Police Precinct

Contact
Phone: 718-368-9176
Email: cdeutsch@council.nyc.gov

Ruben Wills
New York City Council
NYC Council 28th District
Councilperson 718-206-2068 Ruben Wills Ruben Wills @CM_RubenWills on Twitter
#2 Ruben Wills
28th District - Queens

Public Housing Policing
1 case in the past year

Top Active Services
Misc (Wills / Court Docs / etc.) Con Edison Affordable Housing / Apartment Eviction Catch Basins Speed Bump Request

Contact
Phone: 718-206-2068
Email:

Public Housing Policing Service Activity

These charts show the cumulative number of Public Housing Policing cases for each NYC Council District and the total weekly amount of Public Housing Policing casework for all New York City Council members over the last year.

Year Cumulative Casework

Total Weekly Activity