In the wake of last year’s protests for police reform, Mayor Bill de Blasio promised to move oversight of school safety agents from the NYPD to the Education Department.

The City Council has recently been holding hearings over police reform and is considering the proposal.

But critics of the plan say it would put both students and city employees at risk.

One of them is Teamsters Local 237 President Greg Floyd, whose union represents thousands of members across dozens of agencies, including school safety agents.

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