The Annual Report contains an introduction to OIG-NYPD, an overview of OIG-NYPD'S inaugural year, a summary of OIG-NYPD's efforts and accomplishments, and other useful information about the Office. This inaugural Report primarily covers the opening of the Office in May 2014 through March 2015.
The Report reviews 10 chokehold cases substantiated by the Civilian Complaint Review Board (CCRB) between 2009 and 2014 and illustrates that in practice, historically, the disciplinary process is complex, multi-tiered, and often delivers inconsistent results.
This report lays out findings on how the NYPD can better use police litigation data to improve officer performance and identify trends of police misconduct, identifies several catagories of information that the NYPD should be analyzing better, and recommends the creation of an interagency working group to coordinate the organization and exchange of litigation information.
Analyzed all police involved firearms discharges in 2013 and created and published the annual firearms discharge report in November 2014. The report was first published by OMAP in 2008, and the mandatory publication of this report was adopted into law by the City Council that year
The Broken Windows and Quality-of-Life Policing in New York City report discusses the NYPD's enforcement of lesser crimes and demonstrates that enforcement actions such as misdemeanor arrests, criminal-court summonses, and notices of violation have been declining in New York City.
An annual report that contains data on the number of uniformed members of service (UMOS) and school safety agents (SSA) that are trained in cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and automated external defibrillation (AED).