In this brief, IBO examines the funding level for staff at the Civilian Complaint Review Board—the city agency charged with investigating police misconduct—and how it compares with City Charter mandated levels. We also examine how the time it takes for the review board to complete its investigations
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.
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.
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. 14-160, LL 88/2016, this is an annual report on officer deployment/discipline. The total number and the percentage of active duty officers, in each precinct, housing police service area, and transit district.