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A self-described “schizophrenic” threw a brick at his Washington Heights neighbor this week and lunged at her with a knife, yet was back on the street less than 24 hours after cops picked him up.

“I was in shock. I didn’t expect him to be released so quickly, so I hadn’t prepared myself to see him again,” said the woman he targeted, who spoke to The Post on condition of anonymity. “This person threatened to kill me and lives in my building. I want to get him out of the building because I don’t feel safe or comfortable with him living here.”

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But beyond the looming threat that the police inaction posed to her lies a more troubling trend, critics say, one that has become prevalent among NYPD rank and file under Mayor de Blasio and his police commissioner of the last two years, James O’Neill.

Last week, cops did virtually nothing about pervy Manhattan apartment doorman Jonathon Aviles, who texted female residents of the building where he workedanonymous photos of his penis and creepy come-ons, despite official complaints from four women in the building.

At least not until The Post reported on the accused stalker and even tracked him down. “There certainly appears to be enough information to investigate further and consider criminal charges,’’ said former Manhattan Assistant District Attorney Mark Bederow.

He’d accessed their telephone numbers from internal building contact logs. By Thursday, cops said they had reopened the doorman case.

And in another instance of police apparently turning a blind eye, a panicked Brooklyn mom who went to her local precinct days ago to report her 9-year-old son and 12-year-old daughter missing was sent away — told by the desk officer to go home and call 911. The officer has since been placed on modified duty.

“They’re not doing their job,” a police source said of the officers involved in all three cases. “These cops are f–king lazy. Ninety-five percent of police officers just get their checks.

“You know the police commissioner doesn’t have your back, and the mayor definitely doesn’t have your back. It’s bad. It’s really bad. It’s bad.’’

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