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.
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Stephanie and Roberta discussed social media and gun violence with New York State Cure Violence leadership, highlighting how E-Responder can enhance anti-violence efforts.
April 7, 2017
» read the recent E-Responder evaluation
» learn about the Crime Commission's Social
Media & Real-World Consequences initiative

» learn about the Crime Commission's Gang and
Group Violence Prevention initiative


Richard and Roberta discussed social media, gun violence, and gun trafficking and how the Crime Commission's Predictive Prevention Lab uses technology to fuel prevention efforts.
April 3, 2017
» learn more about PAGV
» learn about the Crime Commission's
Predictive Prevention Lab

» learn about the Crime Commission's Social
Media & Real-World Consequences initiative

» learn about the Crime Commission's Gang and
Group Violence Prevention initiative


March 27, 2017
Aborn: Taking away crucial funds from the cops who protect us would certainly make us less safe.
» 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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