NYPD's Chief of Department Joseph Esposito brought in the heads of station-houses from throughout Manhattan and the Bronx into One Police Plaza to re-up the Department's effort in making sure that officers are going after the smallest of crimes. With summons numbers down in each of the last two years, the Post says that police are trying to refocus their attack against quality-of-life crimes with a source coming out of the meeting telling them, "If you have a homeless person on your street, that's a threat." The station heads were shown photographs taken by an NYPD scout of problem areas in their neighborhoods: the "aggressive beggars, squeegee men, hookers and illegal peddlers." A source came out of the meeting telling the paper, "They want to get a hold of these quality-of-life problems. They really want to go back to basics." NYPD spokesman Paul Browne says that the effort was nothing but routine and one official told the Post the lessons were rudimentary saying, "If you know your squeegee men by first name, you're on top of this."