“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.”
TO CREATE A SAFE COMMUNITY AND ENVIRONMENT
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
IF THERE IS AN EMERGENCY, PLEASE CALL 911 IMMEDIATELY
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- The location
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- What type of vehicle was involved, if any
- What kind of product was sold
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