NYPD rejects police union request to block discipline trial of officer's alleged killing

The NYPD has rejected the request issued by the police union to clear the Civilian Complaint Review Board discipline case against Officer Wayne Isaacs in the 2016 killing of Delrawn Small.

News 12 Staff

May 6, 2022, 5:15 PM

Updated 770 days ago

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The NYPD has rejected the request issued by the police union to clear the Civilian Complaint Review Board discipline case against Officer Wayne Isaacs in the 2016 killing of Delrawn Small.
The decision allows the first discipline trial under Adams' administration of an NYPD officer who has killed a civilian to continue.
Victoria Davis and Victor Dempsey, siblings of Delrawn Small, released a statement saying, "We are relieved to finally learn that the NYPD rejected the police union's ridiculous request to remove the Civilian Complaint Review Board from the discipline prosecution of Officer Wayne Isaacs. Isaacs murdered our brother, Delrawn Small, in front of his 4-month-old baby, teen stepdaughter, and girlfriend almost six years ago, lied about the incident, and provided no assistance to our brother after he shot him three times. Isaacs should have already been fired, and it's outrageous that the police union continues to play games."
PBA President Patrick J. Lynch also released a statement saying, “CCRB has nothing new to add to this case, which has already been fully investigated and adjudicated by the NYPD. The police officer was also acquitted by a Brooklyn jury. CCRB is simply looking for a third bite at the apple in order to justify their bloated budget and advance their anti-cop agenda.”


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