Jeffrey T. Brienza

Captain at Brooklyn Court Section since December 2021
Service started June 1995, made $203,000 last year, active
White Male, 48

Substantiated Allegations:
Force: Physical force
Abuse of Authority: Premises entered and/or searched

Articles

Retired cop says NYPD boss repeatedly raped her at Yankee Stadium: lawsuit, New York Daily News, 21 December 2021

Complaints

5 Allegations
2 Substantiated
2 Complaints
2 Substantiated (Charges)
1 Complaint Withdrawn
1 Exonerated
1 Unsubstantiated

September 2005 Complaint
Allegation: Force: Physical force
Complainant: Hispanic Male, 23
CCRB Conclusion: Exonerated
Allegation: Abuse of Authority: Premises entered and/or searched
CCRB Conclusion: Substantiated (Charges)
Allegation: Force: Physical force
Complainant: Hispanic Female, 42
CCRB Conclusion: Substantiated (Charges)
Allegation: Force: Physical force
Complainant: Hispanic Male, 46
CCRB Conclusion: Unsubstantiated
NYPD Conclusion: No Disciplinary Action-SOL
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August 1999 Complaint
Allegation: Abuse of Authority: Property damaged
CCRB Conclusion: Complaint Withdrawn
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September 2005 Complaint
Allegation Complainant CCRB Conclusion
Force: Physical force Hispanic Male, 23 Exonerated
Abuse of Authority: Premises entered and/or searched Substantiated (Charges)
Force: Physical force Hispanic Female, 42 Substantiated (Charges)
Force: Physical force Hispanic Male, 46 Unsubstantiated
NYPD Conclusion: No Disciplinary Action-SOL
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August 1999 Complaint
Allegation CCRB Conclusion
Abuse of Authority: Property damaged Complaint Withdrawn
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Conclusion Meanings:

'Exonerated': Also referred to as '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.
'Unsubstantiated': CCRB has fully investigated but could not affirmatively conclude both that the conduct occurred and that it broke the rules.

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