'Exonerated': or 'Within NYPD Guidelines' - The alleged conduct occurred but did not violate the NYPD's own rules, which often give officers significant discretion.
'Substantiated': The alleged conduct occurred and it violated the rules. The NYPD has discretion over what, if any, discipline is imposed.
'Unfounded': Evidence suggests that the event or alleged conduct did not occur.
'Unsubstantiated': or 'Unable to Determine' - CCRB has fully investigated but could not affirmatively conclude both that the conduct occurred and that it broke the rules.
Further details on conclusion definitions.
Named in 6 known lawsuits, $469,500 total settlements.
Albert, Zaquanna Indiv'ly. & P/n/g of I, Z & S, Z vs City of New York, et al.
Case # 17CV03957,
U.S. District Court - Eastern District NY, September 20, 2017, ended February 12, 2021
On July 4, 2016, Ms. Albert, Mr. Small, Albert's son, and their infant son were driving home when they were cut off by a swerving car driven by defendant Officer Isaacs. Isaacs was off-duty at the time. At a traffic light, Mr. Small got out of his car and approached defendant Isaacs' car. Defendant Isaacs rolled down his window and shot Mr. Small three times, in full view of Ms. Albert and their children.
When they arrived at the scene, defendant Officers Scarlatelli, Zelikov, Tavares, and Corso physically prevented Ms. Albert and her children from aiding Mr. Small. Defendants Scarlatelli, Zelikov, Tavares, and Corso then removed Ms. Albert and her children to an NYPD precinct, where defendant Detectives Solomo...
Small, Wenona D. as Adm of Small, Delrawn D., et al. vs City of New York, et al.
Case # 17CV04315,
U.S. District Court - Eastern District NY, July 10, 2017, ended November 29, 2021
On July 3, 2016, plaintiffs (partner of deceased and her children) were driving home from a party with the deceased when an erratic driver cut them off and nearly hit their car. The driver was an off-duty NYPD officer, Wayne Issacs. When both cars stopped next to each other at a traffic light, the deceased got out of his car and approached Issacs's car. Issacs rolled down his window, pulled out a gun, and shot the deceased three times with his NYPD-required firearm. The plaintiffs were approximately seven feet away, and watched unobstructed as Issacs shot the deceased. Issacs did not attend to the deceased after shooting him, calling a Police Benevolent Association representative before calling 911. EMTS and ad...
Bonner, Marcus vs City of New York, et al.
Case # 16CV00368,
U.S. District Court - Eastern District NY, February 2, 2016, ended February 21, 2017
While defendant was on a public sidewalk, defendant Officers assaulted him, tasered him, struck him with a baton, and took him to the 75th precinct where he was sent to the hospital. Plaintiff was charged with resisting arrest, which was later dismissed.
J., A.A. an Infant By Mng Manigault, Carla, et al. vs City of New York, et al.
Case # 011974/2015,
Supreme Court - Kings, October 1, 2015
Li, Gary vs City of New York, et al.
Case # 14CV05846,
U.S. District Court - Southern District NY, August 5, 2014, ended June 25, 2015
Miles, Quentin vs City of New York, et al.
Case # 13CV00501,
U.S. District Court - Eastern District NY, February 1, 2013, ended July 24, 2013