NYPD Cops To Be Punished For Their Loyal Duty During BLM Riots

Written By BlabberBuzz | Wednesday, 20 October 2021 02:15

Sixty-five New York City police officers are to be punished for their conduct throughout the citywide demonstrations following the death of George Floyd in Minnesota last year.

Thirty-seven of the most severe offenders will be subjected to an internal trial, which can end in a range of penalties from forfeited vacation days to suspension and eventually termination from the department.

Their names were published by the Civilian Complaint Review Board, with claimed infractions including discourtesy, offensive language, abuse of authority, and force.

The (CCRB) recommended another 28 officers face discipline through further training or a loss of vacation days.

Demonstrations exploded across the country after George Floyd was killed by Minneapolis Officer Derek Chauvin on May 25, 2020, leaving the NYPD to calm the chaos in New York City.

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Various types of misconduct were uncovered by the CCRB and include use of force, abuse of authority, discourtesy, and untruthful comments.

Among those who complained, people announced they had broken arms, fractured eye sockets, received concussions, nerve damage, and cuts, all through the actions of NYPD officers.

The board investigated 313 complaints against police officers that were involved at the racial justice demonstrations.

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A single complaint can contain accusations against many officers.

The CCRB has completed 127 investigations so far, with another 103 still pending.

One officer is blamed for using his bicycle as a weapon against protestors.

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"After fully investigating over a hundred cases, the CCRB continues its commitment to investigating, and when necessary, prosecuting the officers responsible for committing misconduct against New Yorkers during last year's Black Lives Matter protests," CCRB Chair Fred Davie announced.

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"The APU is prepared to move forward with trials for the 37 officers who have received the highest level of disciplinary recommendations, as soon as the NYPD serves officers."

"Thanks to the thorough work of our investigators, we will start to get accountability for the hundreds of New Yorkers who were mistreated last year. The other 28 officers must also face discipline including those who need to be retrained on proper ways to interact with members of the public."

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"It is important for all misconduct to be taken seriously and all officers who commit misconduct must be held accountable," Davie announced.

Roughly one-third of the complaints could not be probed because officers did not follow the right protocols with some covering nameplates, shield numbers, wearing protective equipment that belonged to another officer, did not switch on bodycams, or failed to properly complete paperwork.

"The NYPD has made significant strides and continues to work toward making our discipline processes transparent," a spokesperson for the department announced. "Like any citizen, police officers should be afforded a presumption of innocence until and unless proven guilty."

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