Mayor Fires Mark Peters, Appoints New Head Of Department Of InvestigationMayor Bill de Blasio's office announced a new head of the city's Department of Investigation, indicating a shake up and firing of Mark Peters as the previous commissioner.
DOI Report Claims NYPD Special Victims Division Is Understaffed, Under TrainedThe city’s inspector general says the NYPD is doing practically nothing to investigate a growing number of sex crimes.
Investigators Smuggle Drugs, Weapons Into 2 City Jails During Undercover ProbeA Department of Investigation probe has found gaping holes in security at city jails.
17 Asbestos Inspectors Arrested In NYC, Accused Of Not Doing JobsAuthorities on Thursday arrested 17 certified asbestos inspectors, who face a possible seven years behind bars for allegedly not doing their jobs.
Report Finds Gaps In NYPD Implementation Of LGBTQ Interaction ProtocolsThe NYPD has not done enough to roll out protocols that govern interactions with the LGBTQ community, according to a new report.
Source To CBS2: Probe Underway Into Travel By City Education OfficialsOn Thursday, sources told CBS2 that the city's Department of Investigation is investigating the Department of Education's policies when it comes to trips.
Undercover DOI Investigators Take Appliances From NYCHA Storerooms With No TroubleAn investigation exposed a theft risk at New York City public housing complexes – and a follow-up investigation a year later showed it is still happening.
14 Arrested In Construction Fraud Schemes In BrooklynWith the construction boom in New York has come a rise in cases in fraud and corruption.
DOI Commissioner: DOC Improperly Eavesdropped On Calls Between DOI Staff, Confidential InformantsThe alleged spying occurred "over a period of months this year" and "city rules expressly prohibit surveillance by DOC of calls made to DOI investigators," DOI Commissioner Mark Peters said.
De Blasio: Correction Commissioner Didn't Know He Was Doing Anything Wrong When He Misused CarMayor Bill de Blasio on Thursday offered a stunning defense of his correction commissioner and the official’s use of a city car to take more than 18,000 miles of out-of-state trips.
Critics: City Gave Preferential Treatment To Correction Commissioner Who Misused VehicleEthical zingers were flying at Mayor Bill de Blasio from all directions Wednesday – including from the Conflicts of Interest Board and his own Department of Investigation commissioner.