Tools and Resources
The first-ever NYPD Inspector General Philip Eure assumed his role in late May 2014.The NYPD Inspector General’s responsibilities include investigations, reviews and audits of systemic NYPD issues, resulting in recommendations to improve the NYPD’s policies, programs, practices, and operations – with the goal of enhancing the department’s effectiveness, improving public safety and protecting the rights of all New Yorkers. Similar to other inspectors general for New York City agencies, the NYPD Inspector General is situated within New York City’s Department of Investigations (DOI).
This report outlines CPR’s recommendations for nine areas that the NYPD Inspector General should consider for investigation, review, study and audit, in order to issue findings and recommendations that will improve public safety and protect the rights of all New Yorkers. The first six represent areas that should be considered priorities in the first year of the Inspector General’s tenure.
This report outlines the steps that the de Blasio administration (the administration) should take in its first 100 days in order to make good on its pledges to prioritize safety and civil rights, and repair the relationship between communities and the NYPD. These concrete steps will help continue progress towards a New York City and NYPD that promote both safety and respect for the rights and dignity of all New Yorkers by ensuring policing that is non-discriminatory, effective and constitutionally sound.
¡Conocer sus derechos es el primer paso para protegerlos! CPR ha publicado un folleto corto para ayudar a que la/os neoyorquina/os entiendan sus derechos ante la policía. Copias impresas están disponibles por medio de las organizaciones afiliadas con CPR, o haga clic aquí para bajarlo directamente.