Brian K. Porzelt

Badge #19537, White Male
Police Officer at 109th Precinct Detective Squad since October 2022, active
Also served at 109th Precinct
Service started July 2012, made $129,000 last year, Tax #953266

Complaints

1 Complaint
2 Allegations
0 Substantiated
2 Within NYPD Guidelines

Complaint #202106440, October 2021
Allegation: Abuse of Authority: Threat of arrest
Complainant: American Indian Female, 50-54
CCRB Conclusion: Within NYPD Guidelines
Allegation: Abuse of Authority: Entry of Premises
Complainant: American Indian Female, 50-54
CCRB Conclusion: Within NYPD Guidelines
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Complaint #202106440, October 2021
Allegation Complainant CCRB Conclusion
Abuse of Authority: Threat of arrest American Indian Female, 50-54 Within NYPD Guidelines
Abuse of Authority: Entry of Premises American Indian Female, 50-54 Within NYPD Guidelines
additional details

Conclusion Meanings:

'Within NYPD Guidelines': The alleged conduct occurred but did not violate the NYPD's own rules, which often give officers significant discretion.

Further details on conclusion definitions.


Lawsuits

Named in 2 known lawsuits.

Chan, Sum vs City of New York, et al.
Case # 19CV07239, U.S. District Court - Eastern District NY, April 24, 2020
Complaint
Description: On December 26, 2018, the Plaintiff (an old, Cantonese Chinese man) was trying to park his car in a spot that was blocked by Defendant Went (a middle-aged mainland Chinese man). The Plaintiff approached the Defendant and asked him to move his car, to which the Defendant angrily got out of his van and threatened to assault the Plaintiff with a metallic object. When the Plaintiff tried to leave the scene, the Defendant punched him in the throat and kicked him in the legs, causing him to break his wrist. The Defendant then proceeded to damage the Plaintiff's car. When the NYPD Defendant members arrived, they questioned the Plaintiff, who was unable to communicate properly in English (NYPD should have arrived with ...

Li, Qing You vs City of New York, et al.
Case # 16CV00174, U.S. District Court - Eastern District NY, March 7, 2016, ended November 28, 2018
Zero Disposition
Complaint
Description: Plaintiff, who is legally blind and speaks limited English, got into an altercation with someone on the street after accidentally walking into his dog's leash. The individuals assaulted Plaintiff and Police officers arrived on the scene, searched Plaintiff, took his phone, and did not call a translator. Plaintiff was arrested, brought to the 109th Precinct, and released with a DAT. Plaintiff tried to bring an interpreter back to file charges against the individuals and was ignored multiple times.