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
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

E-RESPONDER EVALUATION: INTERRUPTION TOOLKIT RESULTS (2017)

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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