Bo Dietl was an New York City police officer and detective from 1969-1985. He was one of the most highly respected detectives in the history of the police department.
In 1986, Bo was nominated for the U.S Congress by the republican and conservative parties of New York State.
In 1989, President George Bush appointed Bo as co-chairman of the National Crime Commission.
Bo is the co-author of the book "One Tough Cop" and is the founder and chairman of Beau Dietl and Associates and Investigations.com
Bo Dietl shares an active interest in charities and edorses in those such as: The Viscardi center, Make-A-Wish foundation, United Cerebral Palsy and many more.
Bo has addressed this issue in three main ideas that he plans to carry out:
- Bo acknowledges the families living in hotels, in which the prices to reside in rose to over 130,000 per day, and plans to increase the rent for residents who occupy multi-bedroom apartments, but had children that have moved out. Those who cooperate and move out will receive a choice of a one-bedroom apartment in which the rent is significantly less and receive a voucher to cover moving expenses.
- Bo will adopt a review policy for the New York Housing Authority, in which tenants who started with low wage jobs who have advanced their careers, but still reside in low-income housing, will be urged to move so that these houses can be offered to homeless families.
- Bo will give new purpose to institutional shelters by transforming them into family shelters. In moving homeless families to shelters such as the Bo will give new purpose to institutional shelters by transforming them into family shelters. In relocating homeless families to shelters such as the HRA men’s shelter, they will be free of costly hotel expenses and also receive meals and 24 hour daycare service at little to no cost. Homeless individuals will be relocated to dormitory-style settings to receive vocational training and those who have an addiction will be treated for these issues.
Crime and Policing
Bo Dietl wants to devote time to making sure that the citizens feel connected to the NYPD and ensure safety.
- With De Blasio in office, crime is at/or near record lows
- 96% of members feel the relationship between the NYPD and the public has worsened in recent years.
- Bo plans to waive the college requirement that is currently required to join the force so that more of the youth could be involved with the safety of their city.
- Rather than De Blasio's closing of Rikers, there can be implement programs to help bridge the divide between the community and the NYPD.
The Transit System
As MTA fare has been increasing, the quality of the service has been deteriorating. Bo Dietl is here to put an end to that.
Bo presents a simple proposal in order to regulate the health of the general public:
- Create better healthcare programs
- Create general support programs, mostly geared towards veterans
- Keep current with OSHA, Occupational Safety and Health Administration, regulations to assure that workers have a safe working environment
In order to reduce the amount of pollution in nyc, Bo feels that we should:
Bo's plans for property tax go in hand with plans for affordable housing:
- Bo plans to create a land bank under the administration of non-profit and religious organizations that are responsible for developing land with affordable housing
- Build upon the nation's tax code to support spending on this project, or incentivize
- Form a zero-coupon bond in which, unlike a typical bond, the bond does not have to pay interest and is at a deep discount