Daniel G. Cort, Acting Commissioner of the New York City Department of Investigation (“DOI”), announced today the agency’s statistics for Calendar Year-end (“CY”) 2021, which covers January 1, 2021 through December 31,
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.
Margaret Garnett, Commissioner of the New York City Department of Investigation (“DOI”), issued a Report today on the “Corruption Vulnerabilities in the City’s Oversight and Administration of Not-for-Profit Human Services Contracts,” which provides 23 recommendations for reform.
The Department of Investigation’s (“DOI”) Office of the Inspector General for the New York City Police Department (“OIG-NYPD”) issued a Report today examining how NYPD’s body-worn camera (“BWC”) footage is used by five agencies in New York City that oversee and monitor police accountability.
A report on three allegations involving the misuse of the Mayor's security detail and fourth allegation DOI probed on whether the Mayor's presidential campaign repaid the City of New York the costs associated with the travel of the Mayor's security detail during his campaign trips in 2019.
City’s annual Anti-Corruption Report , A progress report on City agencies’ anti-corruption programs, which
includes the vulnerabilities agencies have self-identified as problems and the strategies they are using to remedy
DOI, in partnership with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Criminal Investigative Division and the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development’s Office of the Inspector General, launched a joint investigation into lead paint abatement practices at NYCHA.
In 2019, DOI continued its commitment to protecting New York City from corruption, fraud, waste, and abuse and rooting out municipal corruption through arrests, investigations, and recommendations for agency reforms.