A Civilian Complaint Review Board member with deep ties to the NYPD has resigned from the embattled agency.
The head of the Civilian Complaint Review Board has canceled a monthly board meeting — a day after his executive director sued him.
Civilian Complaint Review Board chairman Richard Emery’s sharp tongue has gotten him in trouble again.
Action on the bill was postponed because of debate over whether civilians should be required to be on boards that review complaints against officers.
Members of the military submit debt collector complaints at twice the rate of civilians, according to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). The agency is charged with monitoring complaints from those in the military. Debt collection, mortgages and credit reporting were subject of most complaints, according to a CFPB report released Tuesday. “Those who serve, […]
The NYPD conducted 180 improper entries and searches from January 2010 through October 2015, according to an analysis by the Civilian Complaint Review Board released Tuesday. The board, an independent agency empowered to investigate claims of police misconduct, looked at 1,762 complaints about entries and searches made during that span.... More »
The head of the Civilian Complaint Review Board should “resign or be fired,” the head of the Patrolmen’s Benevolent Association said.
Mayor de Blasio will not be deposed in the case involving the former director of the Civilian Complaint Review Board, a court decided.
The chairman of the Civilian Complaint Review Board denies a conflict of interest, though his firm represents a former CCRB complainant.
Following the release by hackers of a tranche of police union documents, The Guardian's analysis reveals that "more than a third of police departments allow or require destruction of civilian complaint records." contracts obtained from...Show More Summary
The rate of substantiated complaints against NYPD officers hit 30% in December, the highest in the 23-year history of the the review board.
The NYPD wants the Civilian Complaint Review Board to be more transparent by revealing individual votes whenever an accusation made against a cop is substantiated.
The Los Angeles Police Department has announced that of 1,356 allegations of biased policing against them by civilians, zero of those allegations were valid. Sure, sure, sure, sure. Read more...
A prosecutor for the Civilian Complaint Review Board lambasted Miller at the conclusion of an administrative trial
As Fox News noted, the police officer in question, James Van Dyke, had 18 civilian complaints against him.
Last year, Officer Jason Van Dyke, who had already received 17 civilian complaints in his career, shot Chicago teenager Laquan McDonald a whopping 16 times, killing him on the spot. -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.
Two cops abused their authority during the arrest of NBA player Thabo Sefolosha, the city’s Civilian Complaint Review Board found.
Police officers involved in the April altercation that cost Atlanta Hawks forward Thabo Sefolosha the rest of the 2014-15 season reportedly acted unlawfully. According to Kevin Arnovitz of ESPN.com, the Civilian Complaint Review Board—which...Show More Summary
Unsurprising, but still worth noting: The ubiquity of surveillance and cell-phone cameras is making it much easier to prove when the police have done something wrong.In a newly released report, the Civilian Complaint Review Board — the agency tasked with investigating allegations of NYPD misconduct — announced that it substantiated... More »
A police watchdog panel in New York City has ruled the officers who arrested retired tennis player James Blake as part of a credit card fraud sting used excessive force. The Civilian Complaint Review Board, a watchdog agency for the NYPD, conducted an investigation and substantiated the claims made by the 35-year-old athlete, who was apprehended […]