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July 16, 2021 | New York Law Journal

US Attorney Strauss and DA Vance, With SEC, Announce Cases Against Former Leaders of Network Infrastructure Company Click For More

“Our relentless focus on integrity in construction and development continues with this indictment of top executives of a publicly-traded company who flaunted New York’s construction lien laws,” Vance said in a statement.

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July 12, 2021 | New York Daily News

Raise the cyber shield: The NYPD and Manhattan DA are right to bolster NYC’s defenses against hackers’ attacks Click For More

The NYPD, a nonprofit called the New York City Cyber Command and Global Cyber Alliance, the Manhattan DA’s office and private businesses have just launched the nation’s first local cybersecurity operations center, where the public and private sectors work together to identify and combat threats.

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July 9, 2021 | Wall Street Journal

New York City Opens Cyberattack Defense Center Click For More

Discussions about the cyber initiative began in 2017, when a handful of local leaders in the law enforcement, intelligence and security communities assessed how New York City would respond if a terrorist attacked its water supply, Mr. Vance said. New York would need to be mobilized instantaneously, and yet at the time, there was no group organized to convene in the event of a cyberattack, Mr. Vance said.

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June 21, 2021 | Reuters

Husband-wife attorney couple charged in connection with real estate deal Click For More

"This conduct erodes the credibility of the profession and undermines principles of fairness and impartiality in our courts," Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance said in a statement.

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May 20, 2021 | Fast Company

The other SNL: New York City’s athletic approach to curbing rising gun violence Click For More

SNL started in 2010, the same year Cy Vance assumed the role of Manhattan DA, when the office realized that the Police Athletic League Gym in West Harlem, which usually offered sports programming for young people, was closed on weekend nights, when crime rates tend to surge, so precisely when vulnerable teens needed to stay occupied. “That made no sense to us at all,” Vance says. So, in the first iteration of SNL, they brought in coaches from Pro Hoops to offer “world-class basketball programming” to kids ages 12 to 18, providing, Vance says, “a safe and positive place to be on Saturday nights.”

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April 26, 2021 | New York Post

DOC captain busted for inmate’s death in lower Manhattan jail Click For More

A city correction officer has been charged in connection to the suicide of an inmate who died in a lower Manhattan cell last year — after she ordered her subordinates not to help him, authorities said.

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