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November 10, 2022

Stopping Gun Violence One-Pager Click For More

We are doing the hard work to make Manhattan safer through a data-driven, problem solving approach that gets dangerous people off our streets by prosecuting those that do harm; stops recidivism by connecting people to long-term supportive services; and enhances safety by investing in communities and prevention.

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October 27, 2022

TGNCNB Working Group Report & Recommendations Click For More

The Office commissioned a report by the Transgender/Gender-Nonconforming/Nonbinary (“TGNCNB”) Working Group with recommendations for the Office – and prosecutors across the country – to better serve trans and gender-diverse survivors, witnesses, community-based advocates, and employees. In December 2021, the Office hired Trans Equity Consulting, led by Principal Consultant and Founder Cecilia Gentili, to guide the Working Group, which included members of the NYC Gay & Lesbian Anti-Violence Project (“AVP”), New York Lawyers for the Public Interest, the Hetrick Martin Institute (“HMI”), and the New York City Commission on Human Rights, as well as representatives from the D.A.’s Office. The report represents both the culmination of the Working Group’s efforts, and the official start of the Office’s work to implement the Working Group’s recommendations.

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August 31, 2022

Bruen Decision FAQ Click For More

In Summer 2022, New York States received a setback in getting guns off our streets when the U.S. Supreme Court overturned an important aspect of New York's gun licensing law, which had been on the books for more than 100 years. Here is what this means for New Yorkers.

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April 6, 2022

Post-Conviction Justice Unit One-Pager Click For More

The PCJU is the Post-Conviction Justice Unit created under District Attorney Alvin Bragg tasked with reviewing closed cases. The Unit was named “Post-Conviction Justice” to embrace the fact that convictions are not always “right” or “wrongful.” Instead there are multiple measures of justice that may be appropriate after a sentence is imposed.

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July 27, 2021

Reducing the Criminal Justice Footprint in Manhattan Click For More

This brief uses data available on the Manhattan D.A.’s Data Dashboard to highlight how the Office’s declination policies and pre-arraignment diversion programming reduced Manhattan’s criminal justice footprint. This brief aims to increase transparency about the Office’s practices and policies, by contextualizing the data within the Dashboard and highlighting various findings represented within the data it contains.

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October 24, 2019

Grand Jury Report on Epidemic of Vehicular Violence Click For More

A grand jury empaneled by the D.A.'s Office recommended extensive legislative and policy fixes to address the epidemic of vehicular violence that has killed 28 of our Manhattan neighbors year-to-date, and injured thousands more. The report led the D.A.’s Office to craft the Vehicular Violence Accountability Act.


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This #ElderAbuseAwarenessDay we’re highlighting common scams that are increasingly targeting older New Yorkers. Stay vigilant by remembering these tips to protect yourself and your loved ones!
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Today D.A. Bragg and members of our office visited the Museum of Jewish Heritage touring their exhibits detailing Jewish life before, during, and after the Holocaust.
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“We will continue to hold public servants accountable when they violate the public trust.” – D.A. Bragg. Learn more about the indictment of an NYPD deputy inspector for covering up a drunk driving incident here: