The District Attorney's Office is responsible for prosecuting all felony and misdemeanor crime committed in Rockland County. The following units, programs and initiatives are staffed by specially trained prosecutors dedicated to providing the highest level of service to the community.
Drug Market Intervention (DMI) Program
The Rockland County District Attorney's Office has been chosen by the New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services to receive funding for the Drug Market Intervention Program. This program was developed by Professor David Kennedy from John Jay College and was successfully pioneered in High Point, NC. Learn More.
Drug Task Force
The Drug Task Force investigates and prosecutes individuals and organizations involved in the trafficking of controlled substances and their illicit proceeds in Rockland County. The Task Force is staffed by seasoned prosecutors who work closely with federal, state and local law enforcement agencies to combat drug distribution and related violence in each of Rockland's towns and villages. Learn More.
Special Investigations Unit
The Special Investigations Unit investigates complex cases involving misuse of public funds, white collar crime, tax fraud, real estate fraud, welfare fraud, consumer fraud and other traditional and non-traditional criminal conduct, including organized crime.
Members of the SIU also probe computer crimes and multi-jurisdictional crimes, working in cooperation with state and federal agencies to ensure that all investigative avenues are utilized to facilitate successful prosecution and justice for the citizens of Rockland County. Learn More.
Special Victims Unit
The Rockland County District Attorney's Special Victims Unit is responsible for the investigation and prosecution of all cases involving domestic violence, rape, elder abuse, child abuse, Internet crimes against children, violations of orders of protection and sex offender registration violations. The mission of the Unit is to aggressively pursue justice on behalf of our most vulnerable victims and to hold criminals accountable, while being sensitive to the unique needs and dynamics associated with these types of challenging cases. Learn More.