New York Enacts Notable Police Reforms Following Year Of Crowded ProtestsThousands filled the streets of New York City in 2020 to march in support of systemic change.
NYPD Disciplinary Records Now Online And Available To The Public, But Some Say The Database Doesn't Post All Information NeededNew York Civil Liberties Union Director Donna Lieberman says it doesn't go far enough since it only shows matters that resulted in a guilty finding by the police commissioner.
NYPD, Civilian Complaint Review Board Agree On Process To Discipline OfficersThe NYPD will provide the review board, commonly called the CCRB, more timely access to an officer’s employment history to review their case.
NYPD Disciplinary Records Going Back 35 Years Now Available OnlineThe records include more than 300,000 complaints against over 81,000 NYPD officers.
Change In Law Allows Closer Look At Complaints Against Of Daniel Pantaleo, NYPD Officer Fired For Eric Garner Chokehold DeathRecords show former Officer Daniel Pantaleo was the subject of seven misconduct complaints prior to Garner's death.
Civilian Complaint Review Board Releases Report On NYPD Interactions With Kids, Some As Young As 8The city's Civilian Complaint Review Board says it found several instances of kids as young as 8 being stopped for doing nothing more than playing,
Eric Garner Case: Disciplinary Trial Begins For Officer In Staten Island DeathIt's been nearly five years since Eric Garner's death, and now a long awaited disciplinary trial has begun to learn whether Officer Daniel Pantaleo will keep his position with the NYPD for his involvement.
NYPD Using Firearms At Lowest Rate On Record, Report ShowsThe department's 2017 use-of-force report showed that officers opened fire 52 times last year, a 28 percent decrease from previous year. Police officers' use of Tasers, meanwhile, jumped about 45 percent.
Complaint Board Says NYPD Should Discipline Cop In Eric Garner ChokeholdIt's been over three years since Eric Garner died in a struggle with police.
PBA President: De Blasio's New Pick For CCRB Is Part Of 'Anti-Police Pattern'Mayor Bill de Blasio on Tuesday announced a new pick to fill a spot on the Civilian Complaint Review Board.
NYPD Watchdog Chairman Steps Down Day After Being Sued For Gender-Based SlurThe chairman of New York City's police watchdog agency has resigned a day after being sued by its executive director.
Report: Civilian Complaints Of NYPD Misconduct Jump Nearly 70 PercentLast year saw 531 cases of wrongdoing substantiated -- up from 315 in 2014.
Commissioner Bratton Outlines Next Steps In James Blake False Arrest CaseOn Wednesday, the board returned its findings, substantiating an excessive use of force claim against Officer James Frascatore.
Complaint Review Board: Officer Used Excessive Force Against James BlakeThe NYPD Civilian Complaint Review Board has recommended discipline against the officer who tackled and arrested tennis icon James Blake last month.
Report: Watchdogs Proving More NYC Police Force ComplaintsA report by the New York City agency charged with investigating police misconduct complaints shows that more allegations of excessive force are being substantiated.