NYPD Cops Become Commanders Despite Dozens Of Misconduct Complaints

January 6, 2021

... "If that's their kind of attitude and orientation towards civilian complaints, I don't think it's a surprise then that officers who have complaint histories don't really suffer any adverse employment consequences,” said Darius Charney, senior staff attorney for the Center for Constitutional Rights, which represented plaintiffs in the landmark stop-and-frisk litigation against the NYPD.

“I think it's really a department-wide problem,” Charney continued. “And I think there's many of us in the civil rights and police accountability community who have long been very frustrated by the NYPD’s unwillingness, not only to hold officers accountable, but just their unwillingness to really take the CCRB process, the complaint process, seriously.” ...

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January 6, 2021