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New York City Public Defense Projects

Program Description Byrne JAG funds support public defense projects in New York City and Erie, Onondaga, Monroe, Nassau, and Suffolk counties. Funding supports public defense services, including: expanded indigent defense services, legal and case management services to reduce pre-trial...

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New York Nonfatal Shooting Incident Demonstration Project

Program Description Recognizing that non-fatal shootings are typically solved and prosecuted at much lower rates than homicide cases, New York DCJS is using Byrne JAG funds to support a demonstration project in two jurisdictions aimed at ensuring the comprehensive investigation of all non-fatal...

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New York Crime Analysis Centers

Program Description Byrne JAG supports a network of nine (9) Crime Analysis Centers (CACs) across the State of New York. The Division of Criminal Justice Services-supported CACs are multi jurisdictional units that provide in-depth data analytics to gain a comprehensive picture of the...

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Cure Violence New York SNUG Program

Program Description Funds support the New York State SNUG (guns spelled backwards) program. An evidence-based, street outreach program based on the Cure Violence Model in Chicago, the New York State SNUG program utilizes a public health approach to gun violence, treating it like a disease by...

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New York Gun Involved Violence Elimination (GIVE) Initiative

Program Description Byrne JAG funds support technical assistance and an ongoing evaluation of the state-funded Gun Involved Violence Elimination (GIVE) Initiative. The GIVE initiative builds upon the information sharing and partnerships developed under a predecessor program, Operation IMPACT,...