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October 21, 2020

D.A. Vance: Former Century 21 Employee Charged with Computer Tampering, Larceny For Breach of Company Data Click For More

“If left undetected, this former employee’s alleged tampering could have cost Century 21 more than $50,000,” said District Attorney Vance.

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October 17, 2020

48 Guns Taken Off City Streets at Buyback Event in Harlem Hosted by Manhattan D.A. Vance, NYPD Click For More

“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.

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October 14, 2020

D.A. Vance: Amy Cooper Charged in Criminal Court for False Report in Central Park Click For More

“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.

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October 6, 2020

D.A. Vance Announces Guilty Pleas in $15M Bloomberg LP and Turner Construction Bid-Rigging and Commercial Bribery Conspiracy Click For More

“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.”

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September 28, 2020

D.A. Vance Invests $8 Million To Create “Center for Trauma Innovation” in East Harlem Click For More

“The Center for Trauma Innovation will address underlying trauma and promote healing and resiliency in underserved communities, helping to interrupt cycles of violence and provide crucial resources during this period of increased gun violence in New York City,” said District Attorney Vance.

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September 25, 2020

D.A. Vance, N.Y.C. D.A.s Urge City Officials not to Defund “Project Reset” in Daily News Op-Ed Click For More

"In a New York Daily News op-ed entitled For a safer NYC, save this program, the city’s five elected District Attorneys lauded Project Reset for providing thousands of New Yorkers charged with low-level offenses “the tools they need to identify and change behaviors” without entering the criminal justice system and experiencing long-lasting collateral consequences."


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