Its the law of the street thats making the streets safe for lawlessness...its called "no snitching". “I think we have a generation of ignorant people making ignorant rules. I think the culture of "not snitching" is really a foul playing of the oppressor against the oppressed and somehow weve bought into it, " said Rochester Councilmember Adam McFadden. McFadden says the "no snitching" culture points to an even bigger problem. “I think we have to come to the realization that were at a spiritual and moral crisis,” said McFadden. This week Monroe County legislator Willie Lightfoot proposed creating safe havens throughout the community where people can anonymously report a crime without fear of retaliation. “We’re letting them know that they can come to these barbershops and beauticians and share information,” said Lightfoot. McFadden supports the idea of safe havens but believes until people change their ideas about "snitching" things will only get worse. “This is really the next stage of the civil rights movement. We are allowing people to keep us quiet were allowing people to destroy our community, were allowing people to harm our children, and we have not stood up. Until were willing to practically die for saving another life its only going to get worse,” said McFadden.