Disciplining an employee for off-duty misconductAnderson v Safir, App. Div., 260 AD2d 179 The Commissioner of Police found that Michael Anderson and some other New York City police officers were guilty of off-duty misconduct when they "wrongfully placed civilians in fear of imminent physical injury by displaying their guns and using racial epithets." The Appellate Division sustained the Commissioner's dismissing the officers, commenting that the finding of their guilt was supported by substantial evidence, including, in particular, that the officers car pool together and that one of them owned the car described with specificity to the 911 operator at the time of the incident. Finding that there was no basis to disturb Commissioner's findings regarding credibility concerning the complainants' identification testimony, the court confirmed the penalty imposed — termination. NYPPL
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