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    Police officers should always treat you with respect. If you want to learn more about the types of misconduct the Civilian Complaint Review Board pursues, or if you want to educate your community group about the Agency's complaint process, request a presentation here.

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    The CCRB today announced the departure of Maya D. Wiley, Esq. as Chair of the Board. Deborah N. Archer, Esq. assumes the role of Acting Chair as Ms. Wiley continues in her role as Senior Vice President for Social Justice and Henry Cohen Professor of Urban Policy and Management at The New School.

    Read the press release here.

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New: 2016 Annual Report

    Read our analysis of the Agency's progress in 2016. Findings on complaints of police misconduct last year demonstrated rising concurrence and substantiation rates, growing presence of video evidence, and increasingly efficient investigations.

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    Download the complete report here.

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    The CCRB receives, investigates, mediates, and recommends action on complaints of misconduct by New York City police officers.

    File a complaint online here or call our hotline at 1-800-341-2272.

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