DOI's statistics for Calendar Yearend (“CY”) 2020, demonstrate the consequential impact that COVID-19 had on the ability to conduct investigations, advance criminal matters in the courts, and generate complaints into the agency.
Rose Gill Hearn, Commissioner of the New York City Department of Investigation (DOI), released a report detailing a five-borough investigation into
allegations of a possible slowdown by workers of the City Department of Sanitation (DSNY) during the December 2010 blizzard.
Report detailing the findings that NYCHA staff falsely reported that they had conducted safety checks when they had not. Also report included a systemic review of NYCHA's compliance with its apartment safety check policy.
The Department of Investigation began an investigation after receiving a referral from the Department of Small Business Services, accusig the Structured Employment Economic Development Corporation of fraud.
This document shows DOI's pension fraud report involving eight separate cases in which individuals attempted to defraud or defrauded New York City Employees' Retirement System individuals (NYCERS) of more than $400,000. Included is an overview of the retirement system as well as detailed reports of the case studies.
Report of Investigation and review by DOI and OIG-NYPD concerns the disciplinary process for certain officers foundtohave used chokeholds and, from that review, considers questions regarding the use of force more generally
DOI and DOB issued their agencies' findings in the investigation into the December 14, 2011 elevator incident at 285 Madison Ave. in which an elevator accelerated from the lobby with its doors open, fatally injuring a 41-year-old woman attempting to step into the elevator.
DOI's report of an investigation that found that a sales representative of BMC Software, Inc. had forged the signature of a City official onto a proposed licensing agreement during negotiations with the City Department of Information Technology and Telecommunications (DoITT) for acquisition of BMC software.
This report compares the Department of Investigation's statistics of arrests of fiscal years 2009 and 2010. It summarizes the highlights of fiscal year 2010, which includes public corruption cases and prison sentences.
This report highlights the Department of Investigation's accomplishments of fiscal year 2010. These include shuttering large-scale corruption networks, untangling complicated financial schemes, and arresting public figures.
The Department of Investigation released a fiscal year-end report for 2012, detailing the investigations and arrests of the 12-month period. The Department closed out the year with 806 arrests and the array of cases shows the Department's broad impact from stopping corruption and fraud to protecting the City coffers.
The Department of Investigation released a calendar year-end report for 2012, detailing the investigations, financial recoveries and arrests of the City's anti-corruption agency. The Department closed out the year with 834 arrests and it reflects the agency's role in protecting taxpayer funds, strengthening City procedures and stopping corruption.
The New York City Marshals' Handbook of Regulations, issued by the Department of Investigation, lists the directives prescribing the standards for official conduct by the marshals, as well as the standards for the maintenance of official books and records. Marshals shall be accountable for the duties, functions, and responsibilities that are delegated to them, as well as for the Department of Investigation directive and the Handbook of Regulations.
A Report on DHS commercial hotel procurement process for homeless families with children. The Report found that DHS’ procurement process
did not consider criminal activity at prospective hotels prior to placing families with children at those locations.
The New York City Department of Investigation (DOI), in partnership with the United States Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of New York, criminal
investigation of public corruption by an HRA employee involving the Supplemental Nutritional Assistance Program (SNAP).
A report regarding some employees of St. Christopher’s, Inc., a Dobbs Ferry, New York-based not-for-profit with more than
$56 million in City contracts to oversee up to 690 children in foster boarding homes, engaged in deliberately falsifying files.
An investigation into Avanti Building Consultants, Inc. also known as Risk Management Agency, Inc. (Avanti) and NYCB Engineering Group, LLC (NYCB) falsified over 450 documents at approximately 40 construction sites across the City to cover up their failure to provide licensed site Safety Managers.
An investigation into Rita Copeland, former treasurer of the Tenant Association for 51-55 East 129th St., NYC, a building participating in NYC Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD) Tenant Interim Lease Program (TIL), stole over $50,000 from this building.
DOI found ACS often did not ensure providers were adequately addressing concerns of poor safety performance identified in ACS' annual performance measurement process called Scorecard, and did not require providers to focus on addressing safety in its quality improvement mechanism
DOI's Office of the Inspector General for the NYPD, Fifth Annual Report on investigations and recommendations made in Calendar Year 2018 to the NYC Police Department. In addition the Report updates the status of recommendations made previously that have not been fully adopted by the NYPD.
2019 Assessment of Litigation Data Involving NYPD, pursuant to a 2017 law passed by City Council (Local Law No. 166 of 2017). The report assesses NYPD's ongoing efforts to track and analyze data from claims and lawsuits, with a particular focus on the Department's early intervention system.
An examination of certain aspects of HRA Special One-Time Assistance (SOTA) program, a rental assistance program that is designed to provide permanent, stable housing to qualified DHS clients. The Report found several deficiencies in processes and practice related to SOTA.
This Department of Investigation annual report for Fiscal Year 2013 highlights the agency's significant accomplishments and cases, and broad impact on the City. Also included are accompanying pictures and diagrams for the various descriptions.
This report by the Department of Investigation (DOI) details the investigation conducted on the New York City Board of Elections (BOE). The DOI investigated the BOE for fraud, corruption, waste, mismanagement, and conflicts of interests, focusing on the Board's employment practices, operations and election administration.
This report by the Department of Investigation details the Emergency Response to the accident involving Ariel Russo. It lists the events of the accident, including the times the paramedics arrived at the scene, and details the investigation of the event after its occurence.
DOI Report finding deficiencies in how the NYPD tracks and review litigation data and trends. DOI issued report pursuant to a 2017 law passed by City Council (LL166 of 2017), and a follow-up to DOI's April 2015 report on the use of data from lawsuits involving NYPD to improve policing.
DOI Report detailing the findings of a year-long probe of the DOC hiring practices for Correction Officers, exposing persistent problems at the agency's Applicant Investigation Unit. Failures identified by DOI in a 2015 report remain, and recommended changes were never adopted by DOC.
A report of DOI's findings and recommendations following a joint investigation with the New York City Fire Department and the New York City Department of Buildings of those two agencies’ inspectional performance at 130 Liberty Street in the months preceding the fire of August 18, 2007.
Annual summary report on findings from all investigations, reviews, studies, audits and other activities of the DOC, including (a) a description of all significant findings from the investigations, reviews, studies, and audits conducted in the preceding year; (b) a description of the recommendations for corrective action made in the preceding year; (c) an identification of each recommendation described in previous annual reports on which corrective action has not been implemented or completed; and (d) the number of open investigations, reviews, studies, or audits that have been open, as of the close of the preceding calendar year, for a time period of (1) six months up to and including one year, (2) more than one year up to and including two years, (3) more than two years up to and including three years, and (4) more than three years
This Report discusses former Procurement Director, William Nelson’s theft of Richmond County District Attorney's Office (RCDA) funds, highlights the array of deficiencies in RCDA’s past fiscal practices, and sets forth DOI’s recommendations.
An examination of the reasons for ECTP’s failure to deliver a modernized 911 emergency communications system on time and within its original budget. The report discusses the findings of DOI's investigation.
Preliminary findings and recommendations on DOI’s investigation into delays and cost overruns of the Emergency Communications Transformation Program (“ECTP”), which have been provided to the Mayor and his relevant senior staff.