NYCHA Is Still Failing To Keep Criminals Out Of Public Housing, Report SaysThe New York City Department of Investigation said in a new report Tuesday that despite being told by the NYPD, the city’s Housing Authority continues to allow violent criminals and gang members to live in public housing.
Department Of Investigation To Probe Hazing Within FDNYHow much hazing actually takes place within the FDNY?
Report: NYPD Mental Health Training Requires Better ImplementationThe NYPD has trained about 5,000 officers on how to handle calls involving mental crises, but executing the training has hit a snag.
12 NYC Cab Drivers In Court In Connection With Alleged Credit Card ScamInvestigators say they stole tens of thousands of dollars from unwitting passengers between January and July of 2015.
12 NYC Cab Drivers Charged With Running Up False Charges On Credit CardsTwelve licensed New York City taxi drivers have been arrested on charges that they ran a credit card scam amounting to nearly $40,000.
Investigation: Maintenance Workers Didn't Do Safety Checks At NYC Public Housing ApartmentsThe Department of Investigation said it re-inspected 240 apartments recently visited by maintenance workers. Over half the apartments had deficiencies that should have been caught by the workers.
DOI Report: De Blasio Administration Bungled Nursing Home Land Deal, Hindered InvestigatorsThe Department of Investigation has found that City Hall bungled a controversial land deal that allowed a Lower East Side nursing home to be turned into luxury condos.
Bratton Slams DOI Report Attacking Broken Windows Policing StrategyPolice Commissioner Bill Bratton was fired up and firing back Thursday evening, after a new city Department of Investigation report attacking his signature policing strategy.
NYPD Slams Report Saying Quality Of Life Enforcement Doesn't Impact Serious CrimeA new city report has raised questions about the NYPD’s quality of life policies – in particular the “broken windows” policy.
Department Of Investigation Commissioner Steps Away From NYC Corruption ProbeIn a sudden and surprising development Friday, Department of Investigation Commissioner Mark Peters is stepping aside in the New York municipal corruption investigation.
FDNY Laborer Accused Of Falsifying Time Sheets, Taking $21,000 He Didn't EarnAn FDNY laborer was facing charges from the city Department of Investigation Thursday, on allegations that he lied about working overtime and fraudulently took home $21,000 in extra income from the city.
Report: Series Of Lapses Preceded Deadly Upper West Side Facade CollapseA series of regulatory lapses and a feigned inspection report preceded a facade collapse that killed a 2-year-old girl, a Department of Investigation probe found.

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