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Some Officers Have a History of ComplaintsPontillo said that having a substantiated civilian complaint, regardless of final discipline, is “very impactful” for officers.
WHAT IT LOOKS LIKE WHEN THE NEW YORK CITY POLICE COMMISSIONER HAS “UNCHECKED POWER” OVER OFFICER DISCIPLINEBY MOLLIE SIMON, LENA V. GROEGER, ERIC UMANSKY AND ADRIANA GALLARDODECEMBER 11, 2020PROPUBLICA
The inspector general did not substantiate that Wilkie formally investigated Goldstein’s past by improperly accessing her electronic health and military records or asked others to do so.
In many cases, no one would go on the record or what happened could not be substantiated or did not rise to the level of intimidation.
This board knew there were allegations with 12 substantiated findings.
The drop in complaints — and much steeper decline in substantiated ones — came after the federal government in March halted annual inspections and many complaint investigations.
Complaints that aren’t substantiated lack evidence, according to state regulations.
Add to that the facts presented here; they are overwhelming; the man's own admission and attitude are substantiation.
Words are generally held responsible for this fixation of the idea, for this substantiation of it into a kind of thing.
Then followed in rapid review the facts of history in substantiation of the claim.
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The resolutions in question were published in the city papers and can be referred to in substantiation of this averment.

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