Alexander V. Miroshnyk

Badge #15707, White Male
Police Officer at Transit Bureau Citywide Vandals Task Force since September 2023, active
Service started July 2013, made $114,000 last year, Tax #955202

Lawsuit settlements:
$5,000   Thomas, Shawn Randall vs City of New York, et al., 2018 EDNY EDNY 18CV03205
$25,000   Simmons, Servisio vs City of New York, et al., 2016 EDNY EDNY 16CV00410
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1 Complaint
1 Allegation
0 Substantiated
1 Complainant Uncooperative

Complaint #201506548, July 2015
Allegation: Force: Physical force
Complainant: Female, 32
CCRB Conclusion: Complainant Uncooperative
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Complaint #201506548, July 2015
Allegation Complainant CCRB Conclusion
Force: Physical force Female, 32 Complainant Uncooperative
additional details

Further details on conclusion definitions.


Named in 3 known lawsuits, $30,000 total settlements.

Thomas, Shawn Randall vs City of New York, et al.
Case # 18CV03205, U.S. District Court - Eastern District NY, August 15, 2018, ended February 7, 2020
$5,000 Settlement
Description: On June 8, 2015, around 9:00pm, Mr. Shawn Randall Thomas was carrying a vape pen on a subway platform at Flatbush Avenue and Fulton Street in Brooklyn. He was approached by NYPD Officers who detained him and asked him to provide identification. Mr. Thomas refused to provide identification and told the officers that vaping is not a criminal offense. The officers knew that neither vaping nor refusing to produce identification were criminal offenses. Nonetheless, they arrested Mr. Thomas for violating smoking restrictions, obstructing justice, and disorderly conduct. In the course of the arrest, the officers twisted Mr. Thomas's arm and compressed his chest against a wall, causing injuries that required hospitaliz...

Simmons, Servisio vs City of New York, et al.
Case # 16CV00410, U.S. District Court - Eastern District NY, January 27, 2016, ended March 20, 2017
$25,000 Settlement
Complaint, Amended Complaint
Description: Defendant Officers approached Plaintiff while he was on a train, yelled at him to get off, assaulted him, and arrested him. Plaintiff was brought to the precinct, then the hospital, and was charged with unspecified crimes that he was acquitted of after a bench trial.

Thomas v. City of New York
Case # 18CV03205, U.S. District Court - Southern District NY
Description: The plaintiff was approached at a subway platform by the defendants who detained him for carrying a personal vaporizer. The plaintiff declined to produce his personal identification. The individual defendants arrested Plaintiff at the said date and time on the charges for violating the Smoking Restrictions under the New York State Public Health Law, Obstructing Governmental Administration in the Second Degree, and for Disorderly Contact. The charges were dismissed on February 5, 2016.