Violence surged across the Big Apple last week — with significant upticks in shootings, robberies and serious assaults — as arrests plunged, alarming NYPD statistics revealed Monday.
The total number of arrests during the week that ended Sunday fell 10.2 percent, from 3,290 to 2,953, compared to the same period last year, official CompStat figures showed.
Gun arrests plummeted 24 percent, from 129 to 98, even as shootings skyrocketed 72 percent, from 25 to 43.
The number of gunfire victims shot up even more, from 27 to 52, for a 92.6 percent increase.
“This will be the story in New York for the foreseeable future: less arrests, more shootings and more victims,” a frustrated Manhattan cop said.
“They could hire 10,000 cops, but it won’t matter unless the politicians change the laws and keep criminals in jail.”
The NYPD recorded…