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.
August 21, 2016
Criminal Justice Reforms Stall in a Liberal Capital: New York
» read The New York Times article

August 13, 2016
Experts analyze spike in crimes in parks, new police commissioner
» watch the WPIX 11 interview

August 12, 2016
Give the NYPD a Chance to Reform Itself
» read the Crain's New York article

August 2, 2016
Richard Aborn comments on the retirement of NYPD Commissioner Bratton and appointment of Chief O'Neill as successor
» read the press release
» read the NY Post Op-Ed
» watch the NY1 Inside City Hall panel
» read the NY1 article and watch video
» watch the Fox 5 NY interview
» watch the ABC 7 NY interview
» read the Politico NY article
» watch the PIX11 interview
» read the Wall Street Journal article
» read The Chief article


Mass shootings have taken place consistently throughout American history, in every region of the country. Over the last 30 years, however, assault weapons and large-capacity ammunition magazines—which hold more than 10 rounds—have proliferated, allowing assailants to become much more destructive. A Crime Commission analysis shows, the results have been deadly for Americans.
» read the Mayhem Multiplied report
» read more about Mass Shooting Incidents in America
» read about the Large-Capacity Ammunition Magazines Ban Initiative
» read Media related to this initiative
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