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.
LATEST NEWS
August 13, 2017
Does Social Media Induce Violence Among Youth?
» read the International Business Times article

August 3, 2017
NYC murders, shooting down 17 percent; New record for less crime in the Big Apple
» read the amNY article
» read the El Diario article

July 26, 2017
A new program ensures on line threats to our children do not escalate into actual tragedy
» watch the MetroFocus video

July 26, 2017
More than 750,000 'Broken Windows' era warrants being tossed
» watch the NY1 video

July 24, 2017
The Trace: Gun Cases are Notoriously Hard to Make Stick New York Thinks It Has The Answer
» read The Trace article
» read about our Project Fast Track initiative

June 27, 2017
Calling Republicans' bluff on enforcing the gun laws we already have
» read the NY Daily News op-ed

June 22, 2017
E-Responder is presented at the SCRA 2017 Biennial Conference in Canada
» read the poster

E-RESPONDER EVALUATION:
CULTIVATING RESILIENCE AND SOCIOPOLITICAL EMPOWERMENT (2017)

E-Responder was developed by the Crime Commission in partnership with NYU and NYC Cure Violence to intervene with youth in new, virtual spaces of conflict. This third and final evaluation demonstrates that E-Responder had significant effects on two critical outcomes, both of which are predicted to facilitate positive long-term results for youth: (1) resilience, by building on youths' existing strengths, coping skills and empowering them to face adversity and grief; and (2) sociopolitical awareness, by providing youth with the vocabulary and opportunity to discuss topics such as inequality, oppression, privilege and race. The findings from the three research briefs demonstrate the effectiveness of E-Responder as an intervention engaging youth online, where they are highly involved and literate and moreover, that E-Responder is more than an intervention model; it is an early-prevention strategy.
» read the report
» read more about E-Responder Program
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