During his weekly press conference, Mayor Eric Adams answered a question about the recent arrests of protesters in the city over the past week and how they’ve been treated in custody.

Advocates are painting a different picture.

The Legal Aid Society is calling for the NYPD’s Inspector General to investigate the department over its response to campus protests. It's citing reports that officers slammed and pushed some demonstrators.

It's also calling for a review of the NYPD’s detention practices after protesters who were arrested on low-level offenses were held in custody for more than 24 hours.

Jennvine Wong, supervising attorney with the Legal Aid Society’s Cop Accountability Project, joined NY1 political anchor Errol Louis on “Inside City Hall” Tuesday to discuss more.

“It’s up to [the] NYPD to determine how to comply with the law. And they should be doing so, but they aren’t doing so,” she said.

NY1 has reached out to the NYPD for a comment, but has not heard back.