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D.A. Donovan and Sen. Savino announce $100,000 state grant to create a domestic violence offender treatment program. D.A. Donovan, NYPD announce takedown of two violent drug gangs whose members have been linked to 29 shootings in Staten Island since 2008. Operation CAIREEN: DA Daniel M. Donovan, Jr. joins with officials from Homeland Security Investigations to announce child pornography arrests. DA Donovan is joined by Police Commissioner Bratton and Fire Commissioner Cassano in announcing the expansion of Naloxone, the overdose antidote, to emergency responders throughout Staten Island. D.A. Donovan Urges DOT to Make Street Crossing Safer for Golfers at LaTourette Golf Course. Richmond County District Attorney Daniel M. Donovan, Jr. and NYPD Police Commissioner Raymond W. Kelly have announced a new, joint venture aimed at ridding Staten Island neighborhoods of "community guns," more commonly known as "stash guns." Richmond County District Attorney Daniel M. Donovan, Jr. has joined with state Senator Andrew Lanza and state Assemblyman Michael Cusick to push the New York State Health Department to create a database with New Jersey, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts and Vermont that shares prescription pill information. D.A. Donovan believes such a database would prevent pill abusers from doctor and pharmacy shopping across state lines. In May 2012, D.A. Donovan became the first prosecutor in New York City to utilize a facility dog to comfort victims as they go through the criminal justice process. Bronksey, a Black Labrador/Golden Retriever, mix has helped more than 400 people since joining the Richmond County District Attorney's Office.
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If you would like to report illegal drug activity on Staten Island, please call the Richmond County District Attorney's drug hotline at (718) 876-5839.


 

 

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