Report on Retaliatory Adverse Personnel Complaints/Annual
In Fiscal Year 2020, DOI received 30 complaints from individuals who alleged job-related retaliation or sought protection for reporting misconduct in City government – two fewer than in the prior fiscal year.
Office of the Inspector General for the New York City Police Department issued a report examining how NYPD’s body-worn camera (“BWC”) footage
is used by the five agencies in New York City that oversee and monitor police accountability.
Report on the investigations and recommendations made in Calendar Year 2020 and the status of previously made recommendations that have not yet been fully adopted by the NYPD. It outlines those recommendations and analyzes the extent to which NYPD has adopted or rejected DOI's proposals for reform.
Acting Commissioner Cort said, “DOI’s Report exposes the long-standing and continuing problems with the City’s
Lifeguard Division, revealing leadership and management failures; a lack of accountability and transparency.
The DOI’s Office of the Inspector General for the New York City Police Department issued its fourth report pursuant to Local Law 166 of 2017, which directs OIG-NYPD to consider “patterns or trends identified by analyzing actions, claims, complaints, and investigations” filed against the NYPD.
In May 2020, a Minneapolis Police Officer killed George Floyd, an unarmed black man. As a result people across the country and New York City engaged in mass protests. Some protests triggered violent confrontations between police and protesters and allegations police used excessive tactics.
Findings from a DOI Investigation into the City Department of Environmental Control Board (ECB) summons enforcement and collection, which identified serious holes in the process that results in City losing out on much needed revenue.