Waterfront Commission of New York Harbor

Waterfront Commission Of New York Harbor

Waterfront Commission of New York Harbor

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The Waterfront Commission of New York Harbor (WCNYH) is a regulatory agency in Port of New York and New Jersey in the United States The inter-state government entity of New York and New Jersey was established in August of 1953. Under statutory mandate, the mission of the commission is to investigate, deter, combat, and remedy criminal activity and influence in the port district and also ensures fair hiring and employment practices.

History

The commission was set up in August 1953 (a year before the movie On the Waterfront) to combat labor racketeering. It is held that the Gambino crime family controlled the New York waterfront and the Genovese crime family controlled the New Jersey side., The New Yorker, June 19, 2006. ().

Division of Licensing/Employment Information Centers

The Division of Licensing and Employment Information Centers is responsible for screening, registering, and licensing individuals who are interested in working at the dock. The commission is authorized to deny or revoke the registration and/or licenses of those who involve themselves in criminal activity.

Police Division

The Police Division operates out of three offices in Manhattan, Brooklyn, and Newark.

The Waterfront Commission of New York Harbor cooperates with various state, federal, and local law enforcement authorities in pursuing investigations into waterfront-related crimes. The Waterfront Commission participated in the investigation...
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