Hi Fellow Pilots, I'm sure this has been asked but I can't seem to find anything specific to my question and location. Today I went with my wife and son to the Brooklyn Bridge Park which had beautiful scenery. I of course had my P3 Pro in the truck and decided to bring the case out with us. As we were walking I was going back and forth with my wife as to if I should fly it or not to get some quick shots and couldn't come to a decision. I then googled and the first article I saw was about a man being arrested for flying by the Brooklyn bridge which is monitored 24/7 and he had no business filming the bridge anyways so I feel he asked for that... I had no intention of going anywhere near the bridge but more towards the water which is in the opposite direction. After contemplating my wife suggested I call 311 to see what they would say. The initial rep sounded as though she didn't even know what a drone was, so I requested to speak to a supervisor. He came on the phone and couldn't give me a solid answer. He then forwarded the call to the local precinct. An extremely nice guy answered the phone and conversed for about 10 minutes. I explained I just wanted shots of the water/buildings and he said that since the bridge is near, if I do end up getting close to the bridge I would suddenly see a HEAVY police presence as they monitor the bridge for terrorism etc. All in all he couldn't give me a solid answer either but suggested I just not do it to avoid any issues/summons/arrest. I then noticed the park's building and asked an employee if he could find a supervisor for me to speak with. He ended up introducing me to what I believe was a park ranger who was really cool but said they were instructed to write a summons/fine and take the pilots information to the local police station to be logged if anyone is seen flying a drone in the park. I couldn't really hear him as trains kept passing by and it seemed as if he wasn't sure himself although he said his boss specifically briefed them on drones and what to do if they noticed anyone flying in the park. In the end, I didn't want to cause any issues so I left the drone in the case =( Could you guys shed some light on this? I feel like if they are going to regulate they should at least have proper rules in place so its not such a grey area... There are quite a few places I would like to fly in NYC but now I am thinking twice, especially seeing that people are getting arrested over it now?