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Manhattan District Attorney-elect Alvin Bragg announced the formation of a transition committee composed of legal experts, service providers, faith-based and community leaders, law enforcement, and those directly impacted by the office.

The Transition Committee will be co-chaired by Lauren-Brooke Eisen, director of the Justice Program at the Brennan Center for Justice at NYU School of Law, Leroy Frazer, former chief of staff and executive ADA, in Brooklyn and Manhattan District Attorney Offices respectively, and Insha Rahman, vice president of Advocacy & Partnerships at the Vera Institute of Justice. Judge Milton A. Tingling, a retired Justice of the NYS Supreme Court, will serve as senior advisor to the Transition Committee.

The committee, still in formation, presently has 160 members, including policy experts, many who bring lived experiences directly impacted by this office and some that have been justice-involved, will focus policies, procedures, and people to create a more equitable and just system that will improve public safety for every member of the community.

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