Conflict Intervention as Crime Prevention

Report Author

Justin R. Corbett

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Table of Contents

List of Visualizations

Front Cover

Figure 1. Conflict Interventions by the Numbers

Figure 2. Evaluation Milestones

Figure 3. Conflict Assistance Outlets, Preferences, and Triggers

Figure 4. Crime, Disorder, and Fear in NYC

Figure 5. Characteristics of Criminogenic Needs

Figure 6. Profiling Boroughs' Specific Criminogenic Needs

Figure 7. Providers' Criminogenically Relevant Programming

Figure 8. Aggregated Dashboard: Borough-Wide and Catchment Area Service Providers

Figure 9. Organizational Dashboard: Community Mediation Services

Figure 10. Organizational Dashboard: Institute for Mediation and Conflict Resolution

Figure 11. Organizational Dashboard: New York Center for Interpersonal Development

Figure 12. Organizational Dashboard: New York Peace Institute

Figure 13. Organizational Dashboard: Red Hook Peacemaking Program

Figure 14. Criminally Relevant Categories of ADR/RJ Impact

Figure 15. Serviceable Conflicts by Actual Intensity Descriptions

Figure 16. Criminogenic Milestones and Interventions for Youth

Figure 17. Domain-Specific Risk Factors Addressed by Providers

Figure 18. Comparative Desistance Pathways

Figure 19. New York Victim-Offender Harm Overlap

Figure 20. Changes in the Frequency of Co-Offending by Age

Figure 21. Elements and Functions of Collective Efficacy

Figure 22. NYC Criminal Justice System Events and Intervention Prospects

Figure 23. NYPD Referral Opportunities in Select Brooklyn Neighborhoods

Figure 24. Prevalence and Preventability of Criminal Cycling

Figure 25. Sliver of Criminal Court ADR/RJ Referrals

Figure 26. Impact of Mediation Referrals on Probation Services

Figure 27. Service Providers' Assigned Catchment Areas

Figure 28. Restoring Students in Schools

Figure 29. Institutional and Social Return on Investment

Figure 30. Volunteer and Trainee Contributions

Figure 31. A Family Tree of Crime and Trauma

Figure 32. Operative Levels of Providers' Prevention Mechanisms

Figure 33. Policy Recommendations

Figure 34. Risk-Appropriate Funding Deficit

Figure 35. Programmatic Recommendations

Figure 36. Referral Partnership Efficiency, Impact, and Potential

Figure 37. NYPI's Recent Media Coverage