NYPD Member of Service Histories
This database allows users to view the record of NYPD misconduct allegations. Click a row to see the officer's allegation history, including the CCRB's disposition, the NYPD's disposition, and the penalty ultimately imposed (if applicable). The CCRB can recommend a level of police discipline, with the Police Commissioner retaining final authority over disciplinary decisions.
When using this database, be mindful of the following:
- This database reflects CCRB complaints only. Allegations of misconduct that fall outside of the CCRB's jurisdiciton are not included in this database. The New York City Charter specifies that the CCRB's jurisdiction includes four categories of police misconduct: Force, Abuse of Authority, Discourtesy, and Offensive Language.
- CCRB allegation history does not include open allegations, successfully mediated allegations or mediation attempted allegations. CCRB allegation history does not include allegations from complaints filed prior to the year 2000. It also does not include referrals to the NYPD or other investigative entities.
- In the modules below, 'FADO Type' refers to where the allegation fits within the CCRB's FADO jurisdiction. 'FADO' stands for Force, Abuse of Authority, Discourtesy, and Offensive Language.
- There is a significant difference between the CCRB dispositions 'Exonerated,' 'Unfounded,' and 'Unsubstantiated.' When exploring the database, please refer to the definitions of the CCRB's case outcomes.