Citizens Crime Commission of New York City

A non-partisan non-profit organization working to make criminal justice
and public safety policies and practices more effective through innovation,
research, and education.
January 12, 2016
Mayor de Blasio, Commissioner Bratton Unveil Initiative with the Crime Commission to Reduce Gun Violence
» watch the press conference
» read the press release
» read the Mayor's press release
» read the NY Times article
» read the PIX11 article
» listen to the WNYC program

January 5, 2016
Crime Commission project to create new gun courts announced
» read the Politico article
» listen to the WNYC report

December 11, 2015
Richard Aborn comments on City's successful reduction of Stop and Frisk
» read the Wall Street Journal article
» read the New York Times article
» read the New York Post article
» watch the NY1 video

December 3, 2015
Resisting the rhetorical sinkhole to end mass shootings
» listen to the WNYC program

November 30, 2015
The Crime Commission honored Robert S. Tucker and U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara at the 2015 Annual Awards Ceremony
» read more

One of the Crime Commission's missions is to prevent cybercrime. 95% of all cyber-attacks are due to preventable human error, such as clicking a malicious link or failing to update software security patches. Yet, traditional cybercrime prevention efforts do not adequately address users' risky behaviors.

The Crime Commission is working to fill this gap by identifying cyber-risk vulnerabilities through behavior analysis and developing risk-specific interventions, resources, and predictive tools that seek to motivate behavior change to prevent cybercrime.

» read more about the Cybercrime Prevention initiative
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