Deputy Commissioner of Trials: Rosemarie Maldonado
The mission of the Office of the Deputy Commissioner of Trials is to conduct fair and impartial de novo disciplinary trials, to issue well-reasoned reports and recommendations to the Police Commissioner that comport with all applicable laws, and to ensure the efficiency of the adjudicatory process in a manner that safeguards the due process rights of Department members. Matters heard in this forum range from minor administrative infractions to serious offenses. NYPD disciplinary trials are governed by Title 38, Chapter 15 of the Rules of the City of New York and §14-115 of the Administrative Code of the City of New York.
Pursuant to those provisions, disciplinary trials are open to the public. The Office of the Deputy Commissioner Trials will make every effort to provide accommodations to individuals with a disability. Advance requests can be made by e-mail at Dep_Trials_Comm@nypd.org or by telephone at 646-610-5155 or 646-610-5424. All NYPD Disciplinary Trials are held at One Police Plaza, 4th Floor, New York, NY.* Please allow ample time to get through security screening.
DCT, in consultation with our medical experts and stakeholders, continues to monitor coronavirus transmission rates in New York State. In light of recent trends, trials will primarily take place in the trial rooms at One Police Plaza but may, at times, take place remotely via live video conferencing.
DCT staff will provide the parties with guidance regarding the technology and procedures for virtual hearings. When a trial is held remotely, the live video feed is streamed to a trial room to enable members of the public to observe. For in-person trials, the Office of the Deputy Commissioner of Trials will follow the social distancing guidelines set forth by the CDC and NYS Department of Health when assessing the maximum capacity of each trial room. For safety purposes, room capacity will be limited. The following safeguards are also in place to protect the health of all participants:
Thank you for your ongoing patience and cooperation during these challenging times.
Below is the monthly trial schedule:**
**Calendars are posted the beginning of every month. Cases may settle, be adjourned, or withdrawn after the calendar is posted. Please note that in those circumstances, the calendar may not be updated to reflect these changes in case status. Please call (646) 610-6469 if you have questions about the trial schedule.