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Right to Know Act

    As of October 19, 2018, the Right to Know Act goes into effect. The law outlines new obligations for New York City Police Department officers during certain encounters, searches, frisks, and at sobriety checkpoints. Learn more about how the law might affect your interactions.

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Welcome Nathan Joseph

    Appointed by Mayor Bill de Blasio, Nathan N. Joseph joins the CCRB as the City Council designee for Staten Island.  

    Learn more.

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October Board Meeting

    Join our monthly Board Meeting to discuss oversight of the New York City Police Department. Participants will have the opportunity to ask questions and police-community relations and learn about key Agency updates.

    The next Board Meeting takes place on Wednesday, October 10, 2018 at 4:00 PM at the CCRB's Lower Manhattan office at 100 Church St., 10th Fl., New York, NY 10007.

    Register now to attend.

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Welcome
    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 (CCRB).

    Learn more about the Complaint Process.

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Jeanine Marie
Deputy Executive Director for Administration
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Language Access Coordinator
Edwin Peña
Investigative Manager, Squad 15
Civilian Complaint Review Board
Email: epena@ccrb.nyc.gov
212-912-7213

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