State Senator Julia Salazar (D-Williamsburg) recognized the Williamsburg Shomrim for their outstanding efforts in the New York State Senate on the yahrzeit of its founder, Rabbi Moshe Hoffman Z”L. The Williamsburg Shomrim, a volunteer civilian patrol organization, has been providing security and support to the Williamsburg community since 1990. The organization consists of trained community members who work closely with the New York Police Department to ensure the safety and well-being of their community.
The Williamsburg Shomrim’s efforts have not gone unnoticed. They have received numerous accolades and recognition for their outstanding work over the years, and their contribution to the community’s safety is immeasurable. The Shomrim patrol the streets of Williamsburg around the clock, responding to emergencies, and providing assistance to residents in need.
Their efforts have contributed to a significant reduction in crime rates in Williamsburg, and the organization has served as a model for other communities across the city. The Shomrim’s tireless work and dedication are a testament to the power of community involvement in making neighborhoods safe and secure.
In conclusion, the Williamsburg Shomrim’s recognition by State Senator Julia Salazar is a well-deserved honor for their invaluable contribution to the Williamsburg community’s safety and well-being. Their dedication and hard work set an example for others to follow and serve as a reminder of the power of community involvement in making our neighborhoods safe and secure.