In an emergency, call 911.
In addition to delivering justice in the courtroom, our Office provides a full range of services to crime survivors and their families. Learn how to report crimes and access the services available to you using the resources below.
Common forms of child abuse include physical abuse, sexual abuse and computer crimes.
Domestic violence is abusive behavior that occurs between family members or intimate partners.
Any crime or violation committed against a victim who is 60 years of age or older may be considered elder abuse.
Financial crimes affecting Manhattan residents and businesses include securities fraud, money laundering, real estate crimes, embezzlement, unauthorized practice of law, and more.
Recent immigrants seeking residency or citizenship are often preyed upon by criminals through a variety of schemes.
Hate crimes target victims based on their race, gender, religion, sexual orientation, or other personal characteristics.
Human trafficking includes forced labor, sexual exploitation, and other forms of servitude.
Identity theft is when someone steals your personal information, such as your Social Security number or bank account details, in order to commit fraud.
If you were sexually assaulted in the past but never reported it, you still can.
The Unit focuses on long-term investigations into systemic, structured, and organized criminal activity among landlords and developers.
Cold Case Project
The Cold Case Project reviews hundreds of unsolved homicide cases and
investigates those with potental for arrest, prosecution, or other resolution.