Christopher Padin

Badge #4482, Hispanic Male
Sergeant at Internal Affairs Bureau since May 2024
Service started July 2011, made $127,000 last year, Tax #950996

Lawsuit settlements:
$10,000   Brown, Eugene vs City of New York, et al., 2016 EDNY EDNY 16CV00401
$10,000   Stokes, Salim vs City of New York, et al., 2016 EDNY EDNY 16CV00413
$15,000   Dossie, Dominique vs City of New York, et al., 2014 SDNY SDNY 14CV02303
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Complaints

5 Complaints
9 Allegations
0 Substantiated
1 Alleged Victim Unavailable
4 Complainant Uncooperative
4 Within NYPD Guidelines

Complaint #202309604, September 2023
Allegation: Force: Nonlethal restraining device
Complainant: Black Male, 55-59
CCRB Conclusion: Complainant Uncooperative
Allegation: Force: Nonlethal restraining device
Complainant: Black Male, 55-59
CCRB Conclusion: Complainant Uncooperative
additional details

Complaint #202305911, June 2023
Allegation: Abuse of Authority: Forcible Removal to Hospital
Complainant: Black Male, 45-49
CCRB Conclusion: Within NYPD Guidelines
additional details

Complaint #202300081, December 2022
Allegation: Abuse of Authority: Threat of force (verbal or physical)
Complainant: Black Male, 30-34
CCRB Conclusion: Within NYPD Guidelines
Allegation: Abuse of Authority: Threat of force (verbal or physical)
Complainant: Female
CCRB Conclusion: Within NYPD Guidelines
Allegation: Abuse of Authority: Threat of force (verbal or physical)
Complainant: Black Male, 30-34
CCRB Conclusion: Within NYPD Guidelines
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Complaint #201905855, June 2019
Allegation: Abuse of Authority: Refusal to provide shield number
Complainant: Male, 36
CCRB Conclusion: Complainant Uncooperative
Allegation: Abuse of Authority: Refusal to provide name
Complainant: Male, 36
CCRB Conclusion: Complainant Uncooperative
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Complaint #201411769, November 2014
Allegation: Abuse of Authority: Gun Drawn
CCRB Conclusion: Alleged Victim Unavailable
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Complaint #202309604, September 2023
Allegation Complainant CCRB Conclusion
Force: Nonlethal restraining device Black Male, 55-59 Complainant Uncooperative
Force: Nonlethal restraining device Black Male, 55-59 Complainant Uncooperative
additional details
Complaint #202305911, June 2023
Allegation Complainant CCRB Conclusion
Abuse of Authority: Forcible Removal to Hospital Black Male, 45-49 Within NYPD Guidelines
additional details
Complaint #202300081, December 2022
Allegation Complainant CCRB Conclusion
Abuse of Authority: Threat of force (verbal or physical) Black Male, 30-34 Within NYPD Guidelines
Abuse of Authority: Threat of force (verbal or physical) Female Within NYPD Guidelines
Abuse of Authority: Threat of force (verbal or physical) Black Male, 30-34 Within NYPD Guidelines
additional details
Complaint #201905855, June 2019
Allegation Complainant CCRB Conclusion
Abuse of Authority: Refusal to provide shield number Male, 36 Complainant Uncooperative
Abuse of Authority: Refusal to provide name Male, 36 Complainant Uncooperative
additional details
Complaint #201411769, November 2014
Allegation CCRB Conclusion
Abuse of Authority: Gun Drawn Alleged Victim Unavailable
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.

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Lawsuits

Named in 6 known lawsuits, $35,000 total settlements.

Bryant, Raevon vs City of New York, et al.
Case # 533867/2023, Supreme Court - Kings, November 17, 2023

Atkins, Nyheem vs City of New York
Case # 514190/2020, Supreme Court - Kings, August 31, 2020

Samuel, Esterlin vs City of New York, et al.
Case # 16CV04108, U.S. District Court - Eastern District NY, July 26, 2016, ended September 6, 2017
Zero Disposition
Complaint, Stipulation
Description: The plaintiff was in his neighbor's apartment lobby when he saw a female he knew being tackled aggressively to the ground by the defendant officers. The plaintiff asked what she did and stated that the officers were using too much force. The defendant officers responded by tackling the plaintiff to the ground, assaulting him, and then the plaintiff was shot in the back with a taser two times leading him to become unconscious. The plaintiff was hospitalized and when he woke was taken to a nearby precinct where he discovered he had many charges from a fabricated story by the defendant officers including: Attempted Robbery (2nd degree), Attempted Criminal Possession of a Weapon (2nd degree), Assault (2nd degree), ...

Brown, Eugene vs City of New York, et al.
Case # 16CV00401, U.S. District Court - Eastern District NY, February 10, 2016, ended December 20, 2018
$10,000 Settlement
Complaint, Amended Complaint
Description: Plaintiff was standing outside his parked car when Defendant Officers approached, asked him to sit in the car and to produce ID, and then asked him to get out of the car and slammed his head on the vehicle. Plaintiff was arrested for an outstanding warrant and was taken into custody. He was released the next day and went to the hospital where he was diagnosed with a brain hemorrhage.

Stokes, Salim vs City of New York, et al.
Case # 16CV00413, U.S. District Court - Eastern District NY, February 4, 2016, ended January 19, 2017
$10,000 Settlement
Complaint, Amended Complaint
Description: Plaintiff was exiting a building when Defendant Officers stopped him, asked him for ID, arrested him, and charged him with 140.10, 140.05, and 140.15, which were ACD'd. The same incident occurred on January 15,2015 and again on May 19, 2015.

Dossie, Dominique vs City of New York, et al.
Case # 14CV02303, U.S. District Court - Southern District NY, April 14, 2014, ended October 3, 2014
$15,000 Settlement
Complaint
Description: On July 10, 2014, Plaintiff was lawfully present around 333 Georgia Avenue in Brooklyn when Defendant Officers approached, accosted, and assaulted Plaintiff before arresting and falsely imprisoning Plaintiff. Defendant Officers Padin and John Doe's 1-10 arrested and deliberately misrepresented the facts of the situation to cover up their misconduct.