Syracuse, N.Y. - When Gov. Cuomo offered the assistance of the State Police to Syracuse, there was a major caveat.
10 members of the State Police are going to be helping out in the City following a recent rash of violent crime involving children and teens. Law Enforcement officials says that amounts to 5 shifts. Total.
The model follows how State Police assist Syracuse in the summer and in other cities such as Rochester and Albany when there is a spike in violent crime.
Law Enforcement officials are remaining positive about the help but are skeptical about how effective it will be.