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.
March 19, 2017
The Mean Tweets of New York
Aborn: "We have shown that we can reach youth before online arguments move from the internet to the street."
» read the City Lab article
» read the City Lab article (in Spanish)
» read the E-Responder report
» Gang and Group Violence Prevention initiative

March 12, 2017
Aborn: Bharara's dismissal is damaging to the public's trust in government
» read the press release

March 11, 2017
The President vs. New York's safety: How Trump is endangering the city's progress
» read the NY Daily News op-ed

March 2, 2017
A Case for Neighborhood Justice
» read the New York Law Journal op-ed

February 13, 2017
Aborn: we must continue to work together in order to make NYC safer than ever
» read the press release


Increasingly, real-world violence follows fights started online, as social media amplifies and accelerates conflict. Results from the Citizens Crime Commission's E-Responder pilot study with NYU and NYC Cure Violence demonstrates the effectiveness of our innovative digital intervention in preventing virtual and real-world violence between youth involved in gun violence.
» read the E-Responder report
» read the press release
» read The Wall Street Journal article
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