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The New York Times

April 24, 2011

Some are wondering what took so long. Hundreds of officers could be disciplined by the time a grand jury in the Bronx finishes its work, including roughly two dozen officers who could face criminal charges. » the source

New York Post

March 20, 2011

The NYPD keeps 300 cops on the payroll at an annual cost to taxpayers of $22 million, though police brass don't trust them enough to give them guns or badges... » the source


December 14, 2010

Video evidence presented at his one-week trial showed Fong was on one side of the street in a scuffle with Rivera and was not near where Pena was stabbed. » the source

The Village Voice

December 1, 2010

For many years, Koshetz was the deputy commissioner of trials for the department. She says that in recent years, the department has found ways to get around the adversarial disciplinary system in which officers get to defend themselves. » the source

New York Daily News

October 8, 2010

It was one of the harshest sanctions ever recommended during a departmental trial - short of termination.

"It seems like such an unusual amount of time," said Rae Koshetz, a former NYPD trial commissioner." » the source

New York Magazine

September 29, 2010

"If you use drugs you'll definitely be fired, no doubt about that," said Rae Koshetz, former NYPD deputy commissioner for trials, the top NYPD administrative judge. "If you commit a corruption offense — if you're caught taking money — you're finished. With other things there's more discretion." » the source

Vox Iz Neias?

February 19, 2009

"That would be extremely troubling to me," said former NYPD Trial Commissioner Rae Koshetz. "As the hearing officer in a case like that, the proceedings would grind to a screeching halt ... I'll tell you, I never heard anything like this in 14 years that I heard cases." » the source


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