D.A. Vance: Former Century 21 Employee Charged with Computer Tampering, Larceny For Breach of Company Data
“If left undetected, this former employee’s alleged tampering could have cost Century 21 more than $50,000,” said District Attorney Vance.
“Gun buyback events are impactful tools for crime prevention and community building, especially in times of increased gun violence in our City,” said District Attorney Vance.
“Our Office is committed to safety, justice, and anti-racism, and we will hold people who make false and racist 911 calls accountable,” said District Attorney Vance.
“Project Reset is an essential component of a modern prosecutor’s office,” Vance told Hyperallergic in an email. “At a time when New Yorkers are demanding alternatives to incarceration and a more equitable justice system, it would be a shame for City lawmakers to let this program end.”
Testimony before City Council Finance and Housing and Buildings Committees Oversight Hearing on Examining the City’s Deed Theft and Deed Fraud Crisis
There are few greater threats than being displaced from one’s home. Shockingly, that can happen through property title theft, or deed fraud, with the stroke of a pen or the click of a mouse. Deed fraud is not only harrowing to the victim, but it also affects the integrity of real estate ownership, and real estate taxes are a substantial source of New York City revenues. Notaries public are the gatekeepers that can thwart this criminal activity.
D.A. Vance Announces Guilty Pleas in $15M Bloomberg LP and Turner Construction Bid-Rigging and Commercial Bribery Conspiracy
“The integrity of New York City’s construction industry is threatened by pay-to-play corruption, which drives up costs and can drive down quality. Our Office is determined to hold accountable those who stand in the way of honest competition by cheating instead of playing fair.”