Data Collaborative For Justice Releases New Research On Desk Appearance Tickets In NY State In 2018

Today, the Data Collaborative for Justice (DCJ) at John Jay College, with support from Arnold Ventures, released new research on Desk Appearance Tickets (DATs) for New York State in 2018.

The COVID Crisis: The City Extends Open Streets Program To Selected Area Of Harlem

Cars will be banned from three Harlem streets this week as the city Department of Transportation works to open dozens of miles of streets to pedestrians to aid with social Continue Reading →

The NYPD And NYC Police Foundation Announce Purchase Of Masks, Gloves And Packets

The NYPD and New York City Police Foundation today announced the purchase of 150,000 masks, 150,000 gloves and 150,000 packets of hand sanitizer for police officers on the front lines Continue Reading →

New York Cares Collected 94,000+ Coats For Those Experiencing Poverty From Harlem To Hollis

Despite an unseasonably warm winter, New York Cares, New York City’s leading volunteer organization, today announced that it collected 94,960 warm winter coats.

New York Cares Coat Drive Steps Up To Provide Warmth To New Yorkers Experiencing Poverty

Despite an unseasonably warm winter, New York Cares, New York City’s leading volunteer organization, today announced that it collected 94,960 warm winter coats.