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Feb 6, 2012
CAAS signed a contract with the B.I.N.G. Foundation to assist the Detroit Police Department with developing and implementing its Compstat system. Compstat was first pioneered in New York City in the early 1990's and led to a dramatic reduction in crime rates there. It is based upon tracking the time and location of crimes, effective tactics, rapid resource allocation, and relentless follow up through regular management accountability meetings. Our professionals have years of experience working with Compstat, both on the job and in consulting with police departments that are adopting this approach.
Jan 23, 2012
Richard Aborn leads panel discussion on cyber security held at New York University.
Citizens Crime Commission co-sponsored with New York University's Institute for Public Knowledge.

The panelists included:
  • Senator Kirsten Gillibrand (NY)
  • Chris Sonderby, Associate General Counsel of Facebook,
  • Mary Galligan, FBI Special Agent in Charge of the Cyber/Special Operations Division
  • Helen Nissenbaum, Senior Faculty Fellow at the Information Law Institute and NYU Media, Culture, and Communication Professor
Issues discussed:
  • Costs of Cyber Crime for corporations
  • Policy and law enforcement challenges regarding cyber crime
  • Unique issues facing social media sites and users

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