Giuseppe S. Muriale

Badge #5291, White Male
Police Officer at Transit Bureau District 4 since December 2020
Service started July 2010, made $107,000 last year, active

Discipline Cases:

Case: 2012-8109
Closed: 5/5/2014
Case: 2017-18078
Closed: 1/26/2019

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Lawsuit settlements:
$30,001   Shabazz, Ruqayyah vs City of New York, et al., 2014 SDNY SDNY 14CV06417
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Complaints

1 Allegation
0 Substantiated
1 Complaint
1 Alleged Victim Uncooperative

December 2013 Complaint
Allegation: Force: Physical force
Complainant: Black Male, 39
CCRB Conclusion: Alleged Victim Uncooperative
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December 2013 Complaint
Allegation Complainant CCRB Conclusion
Force: Physical force Black Male, 39 Alleged Victim Uncooperative
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Discipline

Case: 2012-8109
Opened: 1/2/2013
Closed: 5/5/2014
Case Details:
  1. Guilty: While on-duty, failed to conduct a competent and thorough investigation into a motor vehicle involved in leaving the scene of an accident
  2. Dismissed: While on-duty, did fail and neglect to query nyspin through the finest system to determine if a vehicle , involved in leaving the scene of an accident, was stolen as required
  3. Guilty: While on-duty, did fail and neglect to properly complete a police accident report, resulting in, the wrong license plate being written on the report
  4. Guilty: While on-duty, did fail and neglect to invoice property
Penalty: Forfeiture of fifteen (15) vacation days

Case: 2017-18078
Closed: 1/26/2019
Case Details:
  1. Guilty: While off duty, said officer appeared at the home a person known to the Department and after repeatedly being told by said person to leave her home he refused to do so.
  2. Guilty: While off duty, said officer entered his vehicle and proceeded to follow person (s) known to the Department for several minutes while shouting profanities at them
  3. Guilty: While off duty, after following person (s) known to the Department for several minutes, said officer went back to person known to the Department's, then drove his vehicle in front of said vehicle operated by person known to the Department while it was in motion, causing said vehicle to strike said officer's vehicle in the rear.
  4. Guilty: While off duty, after his vehicle was rear ended by person known to the Department, said officer proceeded to exit his vehicle and engaged in a shouting match with person known to the Department
Penalty: Dismissal probation (12 months), vacation days (30 days)


Lawsuits

Shabazz, Ruqayyah vs City of New York, et al.
Case # 14CV06417, U.S. District Court - Southern District NY, August 14, 2014, ended June 25, 2015
$30,001 Settlement