Eric Turkewitz confirms that this is an official policy (via Overlawyered), and that it appears to be litigation-driven—though, as Turkewitz argues, it may end up increasing civil liability to New York taxpayers in addition to the obvious increased threats to public safety.
NYC Transit Authority forbids drivers from calling police?
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