The City Council said it has the right to legislate changes that affect police department policy.
NYPD Commissioner Bill Bratton said Monday that stop-and-frisk has little impact in deterring crime.
The mayor said better training and technology will bring the crime numbers down.
The mayor said his $78.3 billion budget prepared the city for future downturns.
Mark-Viverito said the City Council is united on the issue and she won't stop pursuing more police.
The money came from a settlement with the city over Ydanis Rodriguez's Occupy Wall Street arrest.
The NYPD has issued detailed new rules on when stop-and-frisks can be conducted.
NYPD Comissioner Bratton announced a new 350-officer unit assigned to respond to emergencies.
De Blasio spoke at Sharpton's Martin Luther King Jr. event in Harlem Monday.
Mayor de Blasio and Bratton announced a 4.6 percent drop in serious crime in 2014.
Groups that helped elect de Blasio say his comments on police and minority relations lag behind policy.
The law would require officers to identify themselves and explain why an individual was being stopped.
Mott Haven locals said the cameras will help improve relations between the neighborhood and the police.
At the same time, the Quinnipiac survey says New Yorkers are in favor of aggressive police tactics.
Serious crime went down 2.2 percent during the first two months of 2014, NYPD statistics reveal.
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