What is the Department of Investigations?

The New York City Department of Investigation is one of the oldest law-enforcement agencies in the country and an international leader in the effort to combat corruption in public institutions. Department of Investigations strategy attacks corruption comprehensively through systemic investigations that lead to high-impact arrests, preventive internal controls and operational reforms that improve the way the city runs.

Report Corruption-Department of Investigations role as the city’s watchdog is supported by the thousands of complaints it receives each year. Continue reading

What is the Civilian Complaint Review Board (CCRB)?

The New York City Civilian Complaint Review Board (CCRB) is an independent city agency, with subpoena power.  It is not part of the police department.  They handle complaints about four (4) kinds of alleged police misconduct:

1. Force: this refers to the use of excessive or unnecessary force; behavior that includes punching, shoving or choking a civilian, using pepper spray and up to and including the use of deadly force.

2. Abuse of Authority:  this refers to abuse of police powers to intimidate or mistreat a civilian; for example, an officer’s refusal to provide name and badge number, an improper strip search or vehicle stop and search, or an improper “stop, question and frisk.”

3. Discourtesy:  this refers to cursing and using other foul language or gestures.

4. Offensive Language:  this refers to slurs and derogatory remarks or gestures based upon race, ethnicity, religion, gender, sexual orientation, or physical disability.

Note: The CCRB is completely separate from the criminal, civil and traffic court systems. In order to dispute a summons, resolve a criminal case or file a lawsuit against the City, call 311 for more information.

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What is the Commission to Combat Police Corruption (CCPC)?

The Commission to Combat Police Corruption (CCPC) was created in 1995 as a permanent board to monitor and evaluate the anti-corruption programs, activities, commitment, and efforts of the New York City Police Department. The Commission is completely independent of the NYPD, and is comprised of Commissioners, appointed by the Mayor, who direct a full-time staff.

The Commission  to Combat Police Corruption Publishes Sixteen Annual Report

The NYC Commission to Combat Police Corruption issued its Sixteenth Annual Report on November 3, 2014. This report details the work of the Commission from January 1, 2013 through December 31, 2013 and includes a review of IAB investigations and a review of disciplinary cases including those involving false statements and serious off-duty misconduct. Download the report (in PDF)

Resources

  • NYPD Internal Affairs Bureau
  • Telephone: (212) 741-8401
  • E-mail: IAB@NYPD.ORG
  • Mail: Occupant, P.O. Box 1001, New York, NY 10014

In Person:315 Hudson Street, New York, NY 10013

  • NYC Civilian Complaint Review Board (CCRB)
  • Hotline: (800) 341-2272
  • Telephone: (212) 912-7235

In Person or Mail:100 Church Street, 10th Floor, New York, NY 10007

  • NYPD Inspector General
  • Telephone: (212) 825-5900

In Person or Mail:Office of the Inspector General for the New York City Police Department

  • New York City Department of Investigation
  • 80 Maiden Lane New York, NY 10038

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What is the Office of Administrative Justice Coordinator?

The Office of the Administrative Justice Coordinator works to improve the professionalism, efficiency, transparency, and accountability of the City’s administrative tribunals. The Office achieves its mandate by working with the tribunals to establish and implement Rules of Conduct for Administrative Law Judges; to improve the training and recruitment of Administrative Law Judges; and to enhance the public’s understanding of, and access to, the administrative justice system.

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What is the Lobbying Bureau?

The Lobbying Bureau is a section of the Office of the City Clerk that enforces New York City’s Lobbying Law.  Officially established in 2006, the Lobbying Bureau works with lobbyists and clients to ensure compliance with the Lobbying Law to promote transparency in government.

At the Lobby Bureau you can find information on Lobbying Law, Advisory Opinions, Announcements, Annual Reports issued by the City Clerk, information regarding filing Lobbying Reports and additional information concerning compliance with the Lobbying Law.

For members of the public, Lobbyist Search, the public information database, can also be accessed through their website.  Lobbyist Search contains data reported by lobbyists and clients since 1998.

Lobbying Bureau Hours: 8:30am to 4:30pm, Monday through Friday.(Walk-in hours until 3:45pm)

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Nassau County Agencies Contact Information

  • Assessment Review Commission (ARC) (516) 571-3214
  • Board of Elections (516) 571-2411
  • C.A.S.A (516) 572-0750
  • Certificate of Residency Treasurer (516) 571-2090
  • Civil Service Commission (516) 572-1882
  • Consumer Affairs (516) 571-2600
  • County Assessor Office (516) 571-1500
  • County Attorney (516) 571-3056
  • County Clerk (516) 571-2664
  • County Comptroller (516) 571-2386
  • County Executive (516) 571-3131
  • County Legislature (516) 571-6200
  • County Treasurer (516) 571-2090
  • District Attorney (516) 571-3800
  • Fire Commission (516) 573-9900
  • Health Department (516) 227-9697
  • Jury Duty (516) 493-3750
  • Medical Examiner (516) 572-6400
  • Mental Health Chemical Dependency & Developmental Disability Services (516) 227-7057
  • Minority Affairs (516) 572-1933
  • Office for the Aging Office of Housing  Community Development & Homeless Intervention (516) 572-1900
  • Nassau Community College (516) 572-7500
  • Nassau University Medical Center (516) 572-0123
  • Parks Recreation & Museums (516) 572-0200
  • Physically Challenged Office for the Handicapped Parking Permits (516) 227-7399
  • Poison Control 1 (800) 222-1222
  • Police Department (516) 573-8800
  • Public Works (516) 571-9600
  • Sheriff (516) 571-2113
  • Social Services (516) 227-8519
  • Traffic & Parking Violations Agency (516) 572-6560
  • Youth Services (516) 227-7134

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New York State & Federal Agencies Contact Information

  • New York State Office of Andrew Cuomo (518) 474-8390
  • Child Abuse Report Hotline 1 (800) 342-372-3720
  • Child Support Services 1 (888) 208-4485
  • Department of Motor Vehicles (718) 477-4820
  • Domestic Violence Helpline 1 (800) 942-6906
  • Do Not Call Registry 1 (800) 382-1222
  • Elderly Pharmaceutical Insurance Coverage 1 (800) 332-3742
  • Free Credit Reports 1 (877) 322-8228
  • Internal Revenue Service 1 (800) 829-1040
  • Insurance Problem & Complaints 1 (800) 342-3736
  • NYS Tax Questions (518) 457-5181
  • NYS Tourism 1 (800) Call nys
  • Sex Offender Registry 1 (800) 262-3257
  • Utility Problems & Complaints 1 (800) 342-3377
  • Veterans Affairs Division 1 (888) 838-7697

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