NYPD commissioner: Officers who shot and killed Kawaski Trawick did not commit a crime

The NYPD is now obligated to provide all body-worn camera footage and documentation related to Force Investigation Division cases within 90 days of the CCRB’s request.

Adolfo Carrion

Apr 12, 2024, 9:30 PM

Updated 46 days ago

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Police Commissioner Edward A. Caban announced on Friday that the two officers involved in the fatal shooting of Kawaski Trawick in April 2019 acted within the law.
In the disciplinary determination, Caban stated that an examination by the NYPD’s Force Investigation Division cleared the officers of wrongdoing in 2021. In addition, the Bronx district attorney did not bring charges against the officers in November 2020.
In September 2023, the judge overseeing the proceedings in the trial prosecuted by the Civilian Complaint Review Board found that the officers had not engaged in criminal conduct.
Since the fatal police-involved shooting of Trawick, the NYPD is now obligated to provide all body-worn camera footage and documentation related to Force Investigation Division cases within 90 days of the CCRB’s request.


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