I called One Police Plaza to see if Chief Reznick was head of Internal Affairs still -- I was transferred to personnel, than to the chief of dept -- I think -- I had identify myself over and over and yes they finally confirmed he is still there.
Both Pulaski and Campisi would have been forced to retire next year when they turned 63, the NYPD’s mandatory retirement age, the sources said. It’s unclear whether they will be reassigned or forced to retire.
Why would Bratton want someone past the retirement age who was battling a lawsuit against an NYPD whistle blower he called a rat and the NYPD Det WON the case after Reznick was appointed and still BRATTON kept Reznick!!!!! Ask Bratton why under oath and about my case and Ray Kelly and Campisi about my case and plenty of other UNDER OATH!!!
EXCLUSIVE: Retired NYPD detective labeled 'rat' by colleagues, bosses settles suit for $280G
Bratton resigned in 1996, while under investigation by the Corporation Counsel for the propriety of a book deal that he signed while in office as well as accepting multiple unauthorized trips from corporations and individuals. These offenses were generally considered minor. Front and center were alleged personal conflicts with Giuliani, partly due to Giuliani's opposition to some of Bratton's reforms and partly due to Giuliani's belief that Bratton was getting more credit for the reduction in crime than Giuliani