Police reform advocates say marijuana arrests in the city are on the rise.

This, despite promises from Mayor Bill de Blasio to cut down on summonses and enforcement for marijuana possession.

Citing statistics from the state's criminal justice department, the Police Reform Organizing Project says the NYPD made nearly 14,000 marijuana arrests in the first nine months of 2016.

That's a 12-percent increase from the same time last year.

The report also accuses the NYPD of discriminatory arrests, saying 90 percent of those arrested were people of color.

In 2014, the city announced officers would start ticketing people carrying 25 grams of pot or less instead of arresting them.

Anyone caught smoking pot in public is still subject to being arrested.