Reagan Stevens is the the Deputy Director of Youth and Strategic Initiatives for the New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio's Office of Criminal Justice. In April 2018 she was arrested for gun charges. 
Reagan Stevens grew up in New York City.  Stevens' mother, Deborah Stevens Modic, has worked as a judge for the Queens Criminal Court since her appointment in 1997. Her stepfather, Salvatore Modica, is an justice for the New York Supreme Court 11th Judicial District in Queens, New York City. 
Reagan Stevens is the the Deputy Director of Youth and Strategic Initiatives for the Mayor's Officer of Criminal Justice. She primarily works on the implementation of the Raise the Age bill signed into law in 2017 by New York Governor Andrew Cuomo. By October 2019, state will no longer automatically prosecute all 16- and 17-year-olds as adults. Stevens received an annual salary of $90,000 for the position. 
After Stevens April 2018 arrest she was immediately suspended without pay, said Office of Criminal Justice spokesman Patrick Gallahue. 
“We take these allegations very seriously,” he added. 
Stevens previously worked as the Deputy Director of the Action Plan of the Task Force on Behavioral Health and the Criminal Justice System. 
On Saturday, April 7, 2018 Reagan Stevens, and two young men were arrested for illegal weapons possession while sitting in a double-parked car near the scene of a Saturday night shooting in Jamaica, Queens cops said. The trio were all charged with two counts of criminal possession of a weapon. 
A loaded, 9-mm. semiautomatic pistol with its serial number defaced was hidden in the car’s glove box, and there was a spent shell casing on the floor near Stevens’ feet in the rear of 2002 dark-red Infiniti SUV according to police. 
The handgun seized by cops has an eight-round magazine and held three cartridges — two in the magazine and one in the chamber, sources said. 
Stevens was arrested around 10:25 p.m. near the corner of 177th Street and 106th Avenue along with driver Caesar Forbes, 25, and front-seat passenger Montel Hughes, 24, both of whom live in the neighborhood. 
Hughes’ sister, Jade, 17, said that her brother and Forbes were longtime friends and that he recently became acquainted with Stevens. 
She said she didn’t know anything about that relationship other than that it wasn’t romantic. 
Stevens, Hughes and Forbes were each charged with two counts of criminal possession of a weapon — one for the gun being loaded, another for its illegally obscured serial number — because no one admitted owning the pistol, sources said.
Cops were also weighing charges involving its firing, based on the video that traces the shots to the car, sources said.
Forbes and Hughes also were charged with criminal possession of a weapon related to the knives they were allegedly carrying, and Forbes was also ticketed for double parking, cops said. 
Hughes’ rap sheet lists nine prior arrests, six of which are sealed. The others include an October 2010 bust in Queens on robbery and weapons charges, and a July 2016 arrest on firearm, trespassing and harassment charges. Forbes has no criminal record. 
Reagan Stevens has a sealed, 2015 arrest that stemmed from allegations of driving illegally.