Give my case to a special prosecutor does the city charter prevent you from doing that?
Does the city charter prevent you CCRB ( The civilian complaint review board) from calling in every NYPD officer and questioning them under us because that will be the only time in investigator nyc gov questions the NYPD under oath internal affairs doesn't do it Internal Affairs protects them!
The NYPD know they're going to be questioned under oath they're going to think twice before they break the law or violate protocol and the US Constitution the oath they took.
Put the NYPD Advocate name on the website, along with all photos and bios of all the CCRB board members.
We have to get City Council to change the charter.
Put the charter on the CCRB website and for people that are not educated in law can you simply explain parts of it and why you cannot take our cases and keep forwarding them to the chief of department.
Please put the statistical report on the front page of CCRB of how many of our cases you forward to the chief of department by the month and the year year after year to die - how many cases per month and year does the civilian complaint review board take and pass to the chief of department and then let's track them like my concept of the NYPD app tracker what happens them where they go and the answer is summer forwarded to Internal Affairs all go nowhere
Put the name of the commanding officer for chief of department in Brookline or wherever it's located that takes our cases and lets them die I'm never gotten one single phone call from the chief of department regarding my allegations -- internal affairs refused to acknowledge knowledge they were crimes committed and protected everybody involved despite the fact I have police reports audio and video to prove wrong doing and the DA did not want to go after the NYPD so I need a special prosecutor.