As Manhattan District Attorney, Cy Vance, Jr. has made the advancement of criminal justice reform part of the mission of the District Attorney's Office, right alongside our centuries-old founding mission of public safety.
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“As construction and development continues to boom, today’s guilty verdict puts property owners, contractors, and managers on notice: my Office will pursue criminal charges against those who place expediency and financial gain over life and limb."
The Vehicular Violence Accountability Act would fix fundamentally broken laws so that more drivers who injure or kill can be held accountable.
City Expands Award-Winning, Nationally Recognized Supervised Release Program in Response to State Bail Reform
Manhattan D.A. Vance to provide $100 million to launch the expansion with funds forfeited in D.A.’s investigations against major banks City Council to pledge $7 million in funding NEW YORK—In anticipation of new State bail reform measures, New York City will launch an expansion of its successful Supervised Release program as a proven alternative judges
Statement by Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus R. Vance, Jr., on NYPD Commissioner James P. O’Neill’s Service to New York City
New York City is a safer and more just place thanks to his leadership as Police Commissioner. His neighborhood policing approach, which my office strongly supports, has helped drive record-low crime even lower across our city."
D.A. Vance, NYS Senators Kennedy and Hoylman, Transportation Alternatives, Families for Safe Streets Announce “Vehicular Violence Accountability Act”
"Today, we are announcing a bill which fixes laws that are fundamentally broken, so that more drivers who injure or kill can be held accountable. The Vehicular Violence Accountability Act is our effort to make sure that on the criminal justice side, we are doing all that we can to support survivors and ensure that dangerous drivers face accountability."
“There is perhaps no population more vulnerable to violence than the growing number of unsheltered New Yorkers who lack a safe place to sleep."