Programs

In this program we aim to support the families of people killed by 

NYPD and survivors of police violence. This support includes helping families navigate the system, training and skills development, direct action campaign's, and healing and emotional release. 

More soon, under construction

Case support & families organizing

This program focuses on 

developing safety mechanisms and projects thats decrease reliance on law enforcement and increases our skills and abilities to build sustainable communities. This includes all training and our Cop Watch project. 

More soon, under construction

Community Defense & Trainings

We provide a variety of internal and external trainings. We also engage in community art projects like our Know Your Rights and Cop Watch murals Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens and the South Bronx.

More soon, under construction.

Training Education & Art

Campaigns

Overview

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This campaign seeks to get justice for Eric Garner & increase the safety of all New Yorkers by getting all the officers involved in the death of Eric Garner fired from the New York City Police Department (NYPD).

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Justice for Eric Garner

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This campaign seeks to get justice for Delrawn Small & increase the safety of all New Yorkers by getting officer Wayne Isaacs fired from the New York City Police Department (NYPD).

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Justice for Delrawn Small

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In 2015, the families whose loved ones were killed by police and our partners in Communities United for Police Reform (CPR) launched a successful campaign that made the Attorney Generals office special prosecutor by Executive Order. We are now working to pass a law that would make the AG's office the permanent special prosecutor for all police killing.

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Special Prosecutor

50a is routinely used to shield abusive officers and failed police disciplinary process from public view. The repeal of 50a would allow public discloser of police recorders relating to misconduct.

Check out the bills (click on red): A2513-O'Donnell/S3695-Bailey

Repeal 50a

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CPR is a coalition we co-founded in 2011 with legal, advocacy, researchers and other grassroots groups to increase police accountability and transparency. Click on the image to learn more about the policies we support.

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C.P.R. coalition

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