Assist the Police Administration in maintaining the public trust by conducting administrative investigations of officers involved in criminal activities, use of force incidents, or violations of departmental policies. Investigate complaints of misconduct, whether received from citizens or employees in accordance with New York State Civil Service Law. Processes public Freedom of Information Law (FOIL) request to ensuring that sought information, reports and documents can be released to the public.
- Judgement and Decision Making
- Complex Problem Solving
- Operation Monitoring
- Conducting Interviews and Interrogations
- Strong Interpersonal Skills
- Strong Ethical Foundation
Officer Brett Brown
Officer Brett Brown was born and raised in the Bronx, New York, and has obtained two bachelor degrees in hospital management and criminal justice. After experiencing working in the State Correctional System and policing for four years, Brown decided to shift his focus and pursue his passion of health, science, and fitness.
Currently attending Armstrong/Georgia Southern for Health Science and Human Performance, Brown is pursuing his passion non-yielding. This study focuses on the human anatomy and the bodies ability to change. Biomechanics, Kinesiology, Physiology, and Strength and Conditioning are just some of the primary course that mold the program. Presently assisting others with achieving better health and fitness, thus sharing his workouts, food, and daily life on Instagram (@Mr_Goodbody).
In Spring of 2018, Brown will be pursuing his Certified Personal Training (CPT) certification through the American Council of Exercise (ACE), which is accredited through the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA).