NYC Campaign Urges NYers to Report Corruption

NEW YORK (AP) -

The city is urging New Yorkers to say something if they “see something crooked.” A new hotline announced Wednesday takes calls about corruption. The number is 212-3-NYC-DOI.

Three thousand posters with the question, “See Something Crooked NYC?” will be featured on city buses, subway lines and stations, the first time an anti-corruption campaign has been launched in the five boroughs.