Statement on Prosecutions

Statement on Brooklyn DA Announcement on Changing How They Handle Low-Level Prosecutions

April 24, 2017 (New York, NY) -  New Yorkers should be skeptical of the announcement from the Brooklyn District Attorney’s Office today. The City's claims of a "sanctuary" city have proven to be hollow. To now quickly trust prosecutors, who have been instrumental in the criminalization of poor people of color, as champions or allies in the push to end Broken Windows would be naive... 

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Statement on Brooklyn DA's Change to Low-Level Prosecutions

STATEMENT on Body Cameras

Coalition to End Broken Windows Says NO To Body Cams For Police

 April 18th, 2017 (New York, NY) – As contentious debate around Broken Windows policing has reignited across the city, buoyed by the realization that low-level enforcement puts immigrants at risk of deportation, the Coalition to End Broken Windows is putting forward a clear, unequivocal call to NOT allow the New York City Police Department to equip its officers with body-worn cameras.  

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Coalition to End Broken Windows Says NO To Body Cams For Police 

The People's Agenda Statement

Statement 2-21-2017

February 21, 2017 (New York, NY) - Today we announce the release of our 3-part, 22-point blueprint for ending Broken Windows, "How to end Broken Windows: The People's Agenda", will evolve as we continue to add more community input...