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March 13, 2024

2023 Annual Report Click For More

In the Manhattan D.A.’s Office, the goal of everything we do is to improve public safety and make our justice system fairer.

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February 20, 2023

Witness Aid Services Unit One-Pager Click For More

The Witness Aid Services Unit (“WASU”) ensures that crime victims, witnesses, and their families can access the services they need to rebuild their lives, while helping them navigate New York’s complex court system.

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December 12, 2022

Pathways to Public Safety One-Pager Click For More

Safety and fairness go hand-in-hand. District Attorney Bragg created the Office’s first Pathways to Public Safety Division to enhance and elevate the use of diversion and evidence-based programming, ensuring individuals involved in the criminal justice system receive necessary services to reduce recidivism and enhance public safety.

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November 29, 2022

Hate Crimes Unit One-Pager Click For More

The Manhattan D.A.’s Office is investigating more hate crimes than ever before. The Hate Crimes Unit upholds District Attorney Bragg’s goals of achieving the safety our communities need and the fairness we deserve. The Unit takes a holistic approach to determining appropriate dispositions, ranging from incarceration to mental health treatment, substance abuse treatment, and bias-related education.

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November 16, 2022

Getting It Right: A Terminology Guide for the LGBTQIA+ Community Click For More

The D.A.'s Office commissioned Trans Equity Consulting to create a Terminology Guide that explains terms and concepts related to sexual orientation and gender identity. The guide is aimed to both educate and establish a basic framework that ensures best practices and protocols.


Manhattan District Attorney's Office
Manhattan District Attorney's Office14 hours ago
As Tax Day approaches, it is crucial for New Yorkers to stay vigilant by remembering these tips to protect yourself and your loved ones from scammers posing as the IRS.
Manhattan District Attorney's Office
Manhattan District Attorney's Office2 days ago
A man was indicted for allegedly shoving his girlfriend into an oncoming train. “We take all acts of violence against riders very seriously, & my thoughts are with the victim as she navigates this terrible and horrifying incident.” - D.A. Bragg.
Manhattan District Attorney's Office
Manhattan District Attorney's Office2 days ago
“As alleged, Vertell Dunham pushed past a young woman after trailing her to her building under the guise of needing medical care, before strangling her and attempting to sexually assault her.” – D.A. Bragg. Learn more about this indictment here: