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Lawyers also appealed for the complaint records of the officer who put Eric Garner in a chokehold. 

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Blake reached an agreement with the mayor's office to launch a fellowship to report NYPD misconduct.

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A complaint was filed against Jonathan Darche in 2013 for making racially insensitive remarks. 

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Jonathan Darche was serving as the board's acting director since his predecessor resigned in 2016.

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NYPD Officer James Frascatore, 40, has avoided an internal disciplinary trial, according to a report.

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The files don't have to be released because they're personnel records, an appeals court ruled.

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Police are working with the CCRB to figure out who leaked Daniel Pantaleo's disciplinary history.

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The Civilian Complaint Review Board organized a meeting with the Dominican community this week.

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A case convicting two officers of making false arrests had a lasting effect on the NYPD, experts say.

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Malik is leaving the Civilian Complaint Review Board to lecture at Harvard Law School. 

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A union president says new guidelines will lead to civilian complaints against his members.

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Nicholas Heyward Jr. was carrying a toy gun when he was shot at Gowanus Houses by an officer in 1994.

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A new Civilian Complaint Review Board report looked at complaints against the NYPD from 2010 to 2015.

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Parents say their children witnessed the off-duty officer drawing his weapon outside their schoolyard.

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Emery is being sued for discrimination and faces ire for comparing police unions to a "stuck pig."