CPR Members Testify at CCRB Hearing on Sexual Misconduct

On Wednesday, February 14, 2018, several CPR members testified before a Civilian Complaint Review Board public hearing on a resolution that would enable the agency to begin investigating certain sexual misconduct complaints against NYPD officers from civilians and proceed with administrative prosecutions for substantiated cases of such misconduct. The resolution unanimously passed, which means these complaints will now receive independent investigation outside of the NYPD. Since the CCRB was formed in 1993, the agency has passed sexual misconduct complaints against officers to the NYPD's Internal Affairs Bureau, with the results of such investigations often remaining unknown.

Click below to read full written testimony submitted by CPR members:

Megan Jean Louis, Girls for Gender Equity

Gabrielle Larochelle, Girls for Gender Equity

Amber Santiago, Girls for Gender Equity