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.
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.
This annual report provides an update on the agency’s implementation of its Language Access Implementation Plan, as required by Local Law 30 (2017). The report covers activity during calendar year 2019. This report also addresses updates for agencies covered by Local Law 73 (2003).
Pursuant to Admin Code Sect. 153(d), this annual report contains 1) the number of complaints recorded for leaving the scene of a collision with property damage or personal injury without reporting and 2) the number of such incidents that the department closed to arrest
Pursuant to Admin. Code Sect. 14-160, this annual report contains information on the # and percentage of officers subject to discipline (civilian complaints, internal affairs investigations, excessive force, and arrests), disaggregated by precinct/police service area/transit district
Pursuant to Admin Code Sect. 14-169, this annual report contains information on U.S. currency, motor vehicles, and other property seized by the Department, when claimants received returned property, revenue from the liquidation of property, and U.S. currency obtained from disbursement
Pursuant to Admin Code Sect. 14-165, this annual report contains information on the total #s of uniformed members of the service (UMOS) and school safety agents (SSAs) trained in CPR and AED, as well as the #s of newly trained and retrained UMOS and SSAs.