Wednesday, November 25, 2015

Payouts in New York

  • The city has agreed to pay a $150,000 settlement to a former NYPD sergeant who sued his superiors for retaliating against him after he reported that crime stats were being fudged, the Daily News has learned.

    Robert Borrelli, 50, is the second police whistleblower in recent weeks to pocket a six-figure payout to settle their federal lawsuits that alleged the NYPD was cooking the Compstat books during then-Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly's administration.

    Borrelli's suit, filed in Brooklyn Federal Court in 2013, accused his former commanding officers at the 100th Precinct in the Rockaway Peninsula of intentionally downgrading felony complaints to misdemeanors in order to misrepresent the crime rate.
That "cooking the books" isn't a bug of CompStat - it's a feature because it allows politicians to claim something that isn't so to grease the skids on reelections.

And Adrian Schoolcraft, who was psyched and involuntarily committed to a hospital after objecting to and recording quota orders, just got $600,000 and years of back pay.

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

I find it hard to believe that the world famous NYPD would stoop to such a low fraud.

11/25/2015 04:06:00 AM  
Blogger Gene said...

The UCR System and it's reports are never really complete.
The Uniform Crime Reports are complied with stat's involving
crimes against persons and crimes against property. Then you
have the solved cases vs the unsolved cases.
In the end...yes.....some Department(s) as explained to me
sometime ago ...do play with these reports.
Sadly, it's a way to lower the crime rate
in any community.
Lt. Ret.
GS
RPS
72/95

11/25/2015 05:37:00 AM  
Blogger The Keesing Bandit said...

Is that where the Supe learned his ways?

Now, kees me you fool!!!!

11/25/2015 06:52:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

We expect CPD, Chicago being Chicago, to fudge the reports. The famous and straight arrow NYPD, no way.

11/25/2015 09:01:00 AM  
Blogger Cuthbert J. Twillie said...

Jeezuz H, Christ. The NYPD brass are fucking nuts.

The other cop who blew the whistle on CompStat's phony numbers was basically kidnapped out of his home by Five (5) of his fellow cops from his precinct, taken to a Hospital, then locked away in it's Psych Ward for Six Days! -- The Doctors believed the kidnapping cops that the whistle blowing cop was going nuts from Paranoia.

So it's no wonder McCompStat rose in rank to Deputy Commissioner with the NYPD. He was surrounded by maniacs just as crazy as he is.

(he didn't learn to kill innocent Streetlights all on his own, he had a mentor. (LOL))

11/25/2015 09:03:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

We have video and audio also, nothing wrong with recording instructions from a boss, you know we want to be sure we do the job as they instruct us,also serves us well if it goes south! Sorry boss the liberals wanted this we have to protect out futures also! Let's youtube the thugs and "protesters" we could have our own channel, become famous and keep moving forward!

11/25/2015 09:10:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Crime is down? My FA. How many robberies, Strong and Armed, have to occur on Beat 1614 between Foster and Bryn Mawr and Cumberland and East River Road before someone catches on and does something? Seven this month so far. Then there are also the burglaries. Anyone paying attention?

11/25/2015 01:29:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hit the police, charges are dropped, we are not punching bags or are we?? thugs/punks can attack us? hey mayor, obama, supt hello anyone there! Great job anita you wrongly as usual charge an officer but yet you let this thug go?? Are these your voting block?

County prosecutors dropped charges Wednesday against a protest leader arrested in the Loop hours after the release of the video showing a Chicago police officer fatally shooting 17-year-old Laquan McDonald.

Malcolm London, 22, of the 4900 block of West Huron in the Austin neighborhood, was charged with aggravated battery to a police officer, a felony, after he allegedly struck an officer at a protest rally, according to the Chicago Police Department.

Wearing a black T-shirt that read "apologetically black" on the back, London thanked the judge and smiled at supporters who packed a courtroom at the Leighton Criminal Court Building after a prosecutor announced the charges had been dropped.

Supporters cheered and clapped as they left the courthouse at 26th Street and California Avenue and deputies yelled at them to quiet down.

London had faced the most serious charge of those arrested during the demonstration, which lasted for hours and briefly stopped traffic on the Eisenhower Expressway.

Police said in a statement that London "was identified as striking an on-duty Chicago police officer" in the 100 block of East Balbo Drive as police blocked protesters from marching across the bridge.

Supporters created a Free Malcolm London hashtag and urged people to call police to demand that he be released.

"He was just standing there and the police snatched him up," tweeted the Black Youth Project 100, which organized Tuesday night's march. London is listed as a co-chair of the organization's Chicago chapter.

11/25/2015 03:03:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Great news
Should have been a bigger payout, and people should've went to jail for that

11/25/2015 04:14:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Jeezuz H, Christ. The NYPD brass are fucking nuts.

The other cop who blew the whistle on CompStat's phony numbers was basically kidnapped out of his home by Five (5) of his fellow cops from his precinct, taken to a Hospital, then locked away in it's Psych Ward for Six Days! -- The Doctors believed the kidnapping cops that the whistle blowing cop was going nuts from Paranoia.

So it's no wonder McCompStat rose in rank to Deputy Commissioner with the NYPD. He was surrounded by maniacs just as crazy as he is.

(he didn't learn to kill innocent Streetlights all on his own, he had a mentor. (LOL))

11/25/2015 09:03:00 AM


There's NOTHING that could properly compensate Adrian Schoolcraft for what he was subjected to.

11/25/2015 06:42:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The elected officials caused this with delayed charging and politics.

11/25/2015 07:59:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

They named a a street in Detroit after schoolcraft.

11/26/2015 11:06:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Idiot. Could've gotten more money and a promotion.

11/26/2015 03:21:00 PM  

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