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
May 21, 2018
Working in conjunction with the Inter-American Development Bank and World Bank, Richard Aborn and Stephanie Ueberall were invited to present violence prevention strategies to the government in Ceará, Brazil.
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May 19, 2018
Today's gun debate has echoes of the LIRR shootings era
» read the Newsday article

April 18, 2018
How fact-checking could thwart phishing attacks
» read the TechRepublic article
» read the phishing report

April 6, 2018
On behalf of the NYS Department of Criminal Justice Services, Stephanie Ueberall and Katelyn Greco share SNUG data analysis at the Biannual Conference in Albany.
» learn more about our work

April 1, 2018
After chanting 'vote them out,' will the students vote?
» read the Dayton Daily News article
MAYHEM MULTIPLIED: MASS SHOOTERS & ASSAULT WEAPONS

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. Crime Commission analyses show, the results have been deadly for Americans.
» read the February 2018 update to the Mayhem Multiplied report
» read the 2016 Mayhem Multiplied report
» read about the Large-Capacity Ammunition Magazines Ban
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