Tensions are heating up this month as public officials debate the best way to improve public safety across the city. Recent attacks on police officers and citizens have pushed crime to the top of the agenda for many city leaders.
Staten Island District Attorney Michael McMahon sat down with NY1 political anchor Errol Louis on Tuesday's "Inside City Hall" to explain why he's calling for the city to take a tougher stance on crime. McMahon touches on his recent meeting with Mayor Eric Adams and the city's four other district attorneys. McMahon describes his takeaways from the discussion and details his most recent crime proposals to the mayor.