Audit, analysis and evaluation of the Queens County Public Administrator's employment practices and procedures and its efforts to ensure fair and effective equal employment opportunities for employees and applicants seeking employment.
The CCRB Protest Report reports the results of its investigations into complaints arising from NYPD's handling of the Summer 2020 George Floyd Protests. This report is the culmination of the previously published Protest Snapshots.
In this follow-up report to its 2001 report, The New York City Police Department's Non-IAB Proactive Integrity Programs, the Commission noted some improvement in several areas of PMU’s performance and made recommendations to strengthen the monitoring efforts of PMU.
The Commission's report found that the penalties in a number of cases involving false statements were insufficient, and with some exceptions, the penalties for false statements generally did not involve termination.
This report examined the role of Integrity Control Officers (ICOs) within the NYPD's anti-corruption systems. It found that the role of the ICO was an important one in identifying corruption problems at the precinct level.
This study reported on IAB's Command Center, the Department's 24-hour hotline, operated by IAB that is designed to take complaints from civilians and Department personnel against members of the service.
This study involved the review of approximately 80 closed Internal Affairs Bureau ("IAB") investigations and found that as a general matter, IAB performed its investigations in a reliable and competent manner.
This report analyzed disciplinary cases involving probationary police officers. New officers serve a probationary period of two years and during this period may be dismissed without a Department trial.
The Commission evaluated IAB's Corruption Prevention Division, the Voluntary Assistance and Operative Units, the IAB debriefing program, and the Department's "policy of inclusion," which provided that precinct commanding officers be informed of allegations against members within their precinct.
This survey involved the interview of 40 former Internal Affairs Bureau members. The study revealed that most investigators found their IAB experience to be positive and that they believed IAB conducted high quality investigations.
This study examined the effectiveness of IAB's own internal quality control procedures. The Commission found that the Investigative Review Unit effectively reviewed closed cases but could enhance its function by providing more explanations in its written review of investigations.
The Commission examined the qualifications, training, and supervision of the Department Advocates and evaluated how disciplinary cases were prosecuted, including the preparation and presentation of cases in the Department's trial rooms and at the Office of Administrative Trials and Hearings (OATH).
The annual report details its activities for this past year. It also includes follow-up reviews of recommendations made in Commission studies, including the Department's ongoing handling of off-duty misconduct cases and discipline of officers who have made false official statements.
In this study, the Commission evaluated the effectiveness of non-IAB groups, both at the headquarters level and at the command and borough levels, in proactively identifying and deterring misconduct and corruption.
In this report, the Commission analyzed the Department's Applicant Processing Division's ("APD") background investigation process and compared various statistics compiled and supplied by the Department regarding the academic and disciplinary performances of the prior six Police Academy classes.
This report details its activities for the past year. The annual report also includes follow-up reviews of recommendations made in Commission studies, including the Department's ongoing handling of off-duty misconduct cases and discipline of officers who have made false official statements.
As part of the Police Reform package passed in March 2021, the City Council required an outside oversight agency to examine the adequacy of the presumptive penalties for officers who fail to take police action.
CCPC issued its Twentieth Annual Report on June 23, 2022. The Report covers the audit of IAB investigations reviewed during the 2019 and 2020 calendar years and a review of closed disciplinary cases and, statistical analyses of cases adjudicated between October 2018 and December 2020.
As an independent civilian anti-corruption police oversight agency, we monitor all aspects of the NYPD's policies and procedures that relate to corruption control. As a result, we collect and retain various documents that contain identifying information.
Community Board 17 Identifying Information Law- 2022 Agency report relates to the collection, disclosure and retention of identifying information. The report describes how data is collected the process for requesting the information and the Board's policies and procedures for disclosing information.
Our audit found that DOC’s commissaries are providing the intended services for the inmates but that the controls need to be strengthened to prevent duplicate payments to vendors and waste, and to ensure proper accounting for inventory.
This Letter Report summarizes the findings of our audit on the compliance of Alley Pond Driving Range, Inc. (Alley Pond) with its license agreement with the New York City Department of Parks and Recreation (Parks) for the Alley Pond Golf Center.
Final reports present findings related to exterior door security at New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) developments, based on observations made throughout the five boroughs between July 10, 2018 and August 29, 2018.
We conducted this audit to determine whether the Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) is accurately billing hotels for water and sewer usage and whether it is making efforts to collect all outstanding water and sewer usage fees from those properties.
Presentation of the audit report of the Department of Education to verify whether the agency is adequately managing the availability and functionality of certain life safety equipment and of the Automated External Defibrillators in schools.
Audit report of the Administration for Children’s Services to verify whether the Administration for Children’s Services had enough commands over adoption subsidies, and sent subsidy
payments appropriately to adoptive parents in compliance with governing rules and regulations.
Presentation of the audit report of the Department of Citywide Administrative Services to establish whether the agency complied with the provisions of applicable emergency procurement requirements and had competent management in place to supervise the vendor’s services.
Presentation of the audit report of New York City Mayor’s Office to verify whether the agency comply with Local Law 27 which instructs that each City agency appoint a disability service facilitator to organize its efforts to comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act.