A state appeals court has ruled that civilian complaints made to a police watchdog agency about the white officer involved in the chokehold death of unarmed black man Eric Garner … Click to Continue »
The Civilian Complaint Review Board has confirmed that the leaked disciplinary records of the police officer who put a Staten Island man in a fatal chokehold were authentic. The records showed that Officer Daniel Pantaleo had seven complaints against him before his fatal arrest of Eric Garner in July 2014. [ more › ]
Civil Complaint Review Board Employee Resigns After Leaking Info On Pantaleo Sometimes you just have to do what’s right, even if it costs you your job. According to NYDailyNews, an unidentified Civilian Complaint Review Board employee was forced
A New York police watchdog group investigator who leaked disciplinary records on the officer involved in the police chokehold death of Eric Garner has resigned. Civilian Complaint Review Board secretary … Click to Continue »
The NYPD's estranged relationship with its oversight continues. The Civilian Complaint Review Board -- put into place after it became apparent the NYPD wasn't interested in policing itself -- has noticed the department is vocally supportive...Show More Summary
ADEN, Yemen (Reuters) - Yemen's President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi arrived in the southern city of Aden on Saturday from Saudi Arabia to address civilian grievances including complaints about deteriorating services and delays in paying salaries, army and security sources said.
NJ.com reports, “New Jersey’s attorney general says there’s no need to appoint a special prosecutor to handle a civilian’s misconduct complaint against Gov. Chris Christie related to the Bridgegate scandal. But Attorney General Christopher...Show More Summary
Chicago police are shooting fewer residents and drawing fewer civilian complaints than they were before protests over the fatal 2014 shooting of a black teenager, Laquan McDonald, by a white police officer. The decline in shootings and complaints coincides with an apparent change in police behavior over the same period. Chicago police appear to have […]
An interview with Maya Wiley, former legal counsel to Bill de Blasio, professor at New School, and chairwoman for the Civilian Complaint Review Board.
SEATTLE (KCPQ) – A Seattle police officer has been charged with sexual assault after complaints from two fellow officers and a civilian co-worker. Officer John Knight, a veteran officer who works in the field-training unit, is facing three charges of fourth-degree assault for the purpose of sexual gratification, and has been suspended without pay. Show More Summary
The majority of police misconduct complaints filed with the Civilian Complaint Review Board, an independent city agency that assesses claims of police misconduct, pertain to incidents that allegedly took place late on a Friday night or overnight Saturday into early Sunday morning, according to a new data visualization published this afternoon. Show More Summary
No one knows why this 1994 clip of the ABC sitcom Family Matters started making rounds on the internet this summer. But many people have pointed to it as a sad reminder of how long black communities have been targeted for police harassment, and how long it’s been a such a big part of our national consciousness that pop culture reflected it. Show More Summary
Both an auditor, actively involved in internal affairs cases, and a civilian review panel have the support of both Fairfax supervisors and the police chief.
by Ansel Herz OPA Director Pierce Murphy is acting on complaints about SPOG's offensive rhetoric. City of Seattle The SPD's semi-independent civilian watchdog agency is opening an intake investigation after citizens filed fourteen different...Show More Summary
Police watchdog group The Civilian Complaint Review Board has published a report on LGBT civilian complaints made against police officers in New York City.
A police oversight group released Thursday a report on civilian complaints made against police by the LGBT community.
The chief of the NYPD’s detectives’ union blasted the Civilian Complaint Review Board Sunday, calling the organization “out of control.”
Cops too often use Tasers on suspects who are unarmed or already in custody, according to a report by the Civilian Complaint Review Board.
A Civilian Complaint Review Board member with deep ties to the NYPD has resigned from the embattled agency.