Citizens Crime Commission of New York City

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Citizens Crime Commission of New York City
Logo Citizens Crime Commission of New York City.gif
Motto"We want to improve the law enforcement and criminal justice system in our community
Formation1978
TypeNonprofit organization Nonpartisan
HeadquartersNew York, NY, United States
President
Richard Aborn
Key people
  • Ashley Cannon
  • Roberta Liggett
  • Stephanie Ueberall
  • Ina Wanca
Revenue (2014)
$516,213[1]
Expenses (2014)$412,190[1]
Websitewww.nycrimecommission.org

The Citizens Crime Commission of New York City (Crime Commission) is an independent, non-profit, nonpartisan organization focused on criminal justice and public safety policy reform.

The Crime Commission’s recent education and advocacy efforts have focused on supporting the greater use of DNA evidence in crime fighting,[2] highlighting the changing nature of the threat of terrorism,[3] and developing interventions against gun violence.[4]

President[edit]

Richard Aborn serves as president of the Citizens Crime Commission of New York City. In addition to his service to the Crime Commission, Mr. Aborn is president of Constantine Aborn Advisory Services, LLC (CAAS). He is also one of the managing partners of the law firm Constantine Cannon, and is on the board of New Yorkers Against Gun Violence, Harlem Mothers SAVE, Westside Crime Prevention Council, CASES, the Tannenbaum Center and PBS-WLIW.[5]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Citizens Crime Commission of New York City Inc" (PDF). Foundation Center. Retrieved 16 May 2017.
  2. ^ Op Ed: Make DNA the new fingerprint
  3. ^ FBI Director Mueller James Fox Lecture 2006 Archived April 9, 2010, at the Wayback Machine
  4. ^ Bloomberg Press Release Guns=Prison Campaign
  5. ^ Aborn Returns Press Release

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