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Residents can report noise complaints to the 106th Precinct's Twitter account.

Updated on June 17, 2 p.m.

 SALVATORE LICATA and PAULINA TAM

The 106th Precinct is taking to Twitter to stop noise from trending.

The precinct commander, Deputy Inspector Jeffrey Schiff, said at Wednesday’s Precinct Community Council meeting that he is launching a special initiative this weekend where local residents can report noise complaints via Twitter to @NYPD106PCT.

“If you have a noise complaint, report it on Twitter, with the address, and we will hopefully be there within minutes,” Schiff said.

He said noise complaints in the area have been “extreme.”

Schiff used a similar tactic earlier this week when he asked residents to tweet a picture and location of a particular type of graffiti to add charges to the tagger he had in custody.

The noise complaint strategy went  from June 13 through June 15 and three residents can tweeted out their noise complaint issue, according to a spokesman for the 106th precinct.

“We are tired of telling people to lower their music and then once we leave it goes back up,” Schiff said.

They responded to 31 noise complaints and issued 20 summonses, a spokesman for the 106th precinct said.

The investigation was part of Operation Silent Night, an operation  by the 106th precinct that explored noise complaints tweeted by concerned citizens.

“We’re not killjoys but we’re out there doing what needs to be done,” the spokesman said.

 

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