Sen. Charles Schumer pushes for City of Newburgh to hire more police officers to combat crime

City of Newburgh Manager Michael Ciaravino was among

City of Newburgh Manager Michael Ciaravino was among officials Tuesday, including Sen. Charles Schumer, who said the city's current police force is not enough to adequately combat crime. (July 1, 2014 6:31 PM)

The City of Newburgh has been ranked as one of the most violent places in the nation, but officials are hoping to to enact changes that will reverse those figures.

According to the FBI, violent crime in Newburgh affects one out every 16 residents.

Newly appointed City of Newburgh Manager Michael Ciaravino was among officials Tuesday, including Sen. Charles Schumer, who said the city's...

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