OUR MISSION

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"The men and women of the Richmond County District Attorney’s Office work each day in partnership with law enforcement and the people of Staten Island to pursue justice for victims of crime, to prevent crime in all its forms, and to promote the safety and well-being of all citizens of our borough."

OUR EFFORTS

TO CREATE A SAFE COMMUNITY AND ENVIRONMENT

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DRUG EPIDEMIC

Staten Island’s drug epidemic has taken the lives of hundreds of our loved ones and impacted countless more. Learn more about what DA McMahon is doing to end the scourge of abuse and addiction in our borough.

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DOMESTIC VIOLENCE

Domestic Violence offenses are among the most heinous crimes committed on Staten Island. We have taken an all hands on deck approach to combat these horrific crimes and support those who have been victimized.

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STREET CRIME

Although Staten Island remains the safest borough in the safest big city in America, we confront burglaries, robberies, gun violence, assault, and other “big-city” crimes each day. Learn what we are doing to keep Staten Islanders safe in their neighborhoods.

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ANIMAL CRUELTY

Crimes committed against animals, cruel in their own right, are often predictive crimes that indicate an offender’s likelihood to harm another human. Read more about what we are doing to prosecute those who harm animals & our pets.

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VICTIM SERVICES

For those who have been victimized by crime, the criminal justice system can at times feel harsh and unwelcoming. Our Victim Services Unit helps victims through their case by connecting them to resources, providing a safe space, and most of all being there when they need it most.

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COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIPS

In order to effectively serve the community as a whole, the Community Partnership Unit serves as a critical link between our office and the people of Staten Island. This Unit works to address existing crime and public safety concerns, educates community members on the issues we are facing, and develops strategies and partnerships to prevent crime in all its forms.

IMPORTANT NUMBERS

IF THERE IS AN EMERGENCY, PLEASE CALL 911 IMMEDIATELY

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RCDA Drug Hotline
(718) 697-8321
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Family Justice Center
(718) 697-4300
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RCDA HOPE
(718) 697-8322
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RCDA Animal Neglect Prevention Program
(718) 697-8320
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78 Richmond Terrace, St. George, NY, 10301-1905
(718) 876-8500
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970 Richmond Avenue, Staten Island, NY, 10314-1503
(718) 697-8700
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2320 Hylan Blvd., New Dorp, NY, 10306-3207
(718) 667-2211
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116 Main Street, Tottenville, NY, 10307-1227
(718) 948-9311

TOP NEWS

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Staten Islander who posed as corrections officer, found with cache of guns, sentenced to prison

March 8, 2024
A 29-year-old man found with a cache of firearms after falsely claiming to be a corrections officer was sentenced to prison...
Staten Islander who posed as corrections officer, found with cache of guns, sentenced to prison

Man pleads guilty to murdering pregnant woman, her boyfriend in Staten Island home-invasion horror

March 8, 2024
A Staten Island man will likely spend the rest of his life behind bars for a 2020 home invasion robbery that left a Mariners Harbor...
Man pleads guilty to murdering pregnant woman, her boyfriend in Staten Island home-invasion horror

Jury seals Kaitlyn Reuter’s fate in front of packed Staten Island courtroom

March 7, 2024
More than two years after the shooting death of 38-year-old Tamer Shaarawy inside his Greenridge home...
Jury seals Kaitlyn Reuter’s fate in front of packed Staten Island courtroom

CPU, our ADA & Northwell partner had a captive audience of 4th & 5th graders this morning at PS1 Tottenville School for our anti-bullying presentation. Thank you Princ. Grace Pietrangelo, great staff & students for your commitment to kindness and making our communities better.

We are deeply committed to raising awareness about domestic violence and providing support to those affected.

In collaboration with our elected officials and community partners we are pleased to announce that fifty domestic violence victims will be provided with Ring cameras.

Earlier this week, the SI Hate Crimes Task Force reconvened to discuss upcoming projects in our efforts to combat hate & intolerance across the borough. As both the SI DA & Co-Chair of the SI HCTF, it is my priority that hate never finds a home on Staten Island. #SILOVE

My office was proud to join @CarpentersNyc yesterday afternoon for a rally against tax fraud & wage theft!

Staten Island will forever be a union town & as your DA, I remain committed to supporting working families & prosecuting those who skirt the law to enrich themselves.

While our Jewish neighbors prepare for Passover next week, it was an honor to help @JCCstatenisland @MetCouncil & @COJO_SI at their food distribution events earlier today. Ensuring no family goes hungry this holiday is inspiring work + we are so grateful for all they do!

It was a honor to join the Staten Island Cricket Club this afternoon at Walker Park, as they welcomed our friends from across the pond, the British Royal Marines Cricket Team for a match! A fun and exciting time was had by all!

Video evidence is paramount & can often be the difference between a successful prosecution or not.

Proud to partner w/ @SIBPVito & Amazon to provide our NYPD precincts w/ 50 state of the art Ring cameras to combat domestic violence & support SI's most at-risk victims & survivors

As your DA, I am committed to eradicating gun violence by any means necessary.

Proud to partner with @NYPDstatenIslnd once again for a no questions asked Cash For Guns event on 5/18 at Christ Assembly Lutheran Church.

See flyer below for more details!

My statement on behalf of the District Attorneys Association of New York after the tragic killing of a @SyracusePolice Officer and @OnondagaCounty Sheriff's Deputy last night:

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LEADERSHIP TEAM

MEET THE EXECUTIVE BUREAU

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MICHAEL E. MCMAHON  DISTRICT ATTORNEY

Michael E. Mcmahon


DISTRICT ATTORNEY

Chief of Special Victims Division

Ashleigh J. Owens


Chief Assistant District Attorney

THOMAS C. RIDGES  SPECIAL COUNSEL TO THE DISTRICT ATTORNEY

THOMAS C. RIDGES


First Executive Assistant District Attorney

Mark Palladino Chief trials division

Mark Palladino


Executive ADA, Trials and Court Operations

Chief of Special Victims Division

Tuesday Muller-Mondi


Executive ADA, Special Victims and Pathways to Justice

Darren Albanese Executive ADA

Darren Albanese


Executive ADA, Criminal Court and Professional Development

Adam Silberlight Executive Assistant District Attorney

Adam Silberlight


Executive Assistant District Attorney

Lisa Davis.  Title: Executive Assistant District Attorney

Lisa Davis


Executive Assistant District Attorney

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Information that can help build strong investigations and prosecutions includes:

  • The location
  • Names or descriptions of suspected dealer and/or buyer
  • What type of vehicle was involved, if any
  • What kind of product was sold
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SUBMIT AN ANONYMOUS DRUG REPORT

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CALL THE RCDA HOTLINE

(718) 697-8321