Edwin Y. Ching Sergeant ASSOCIATED SHIELD #1578
LAST KNOWN COMMAND 46th Precinct,
Bronx STARTED July 18, 1996
Rank 2005 Sergeant 2000
Police Officer Pay YEAR SALARY REGULAR HOURS GROSS PAY FY2018 $109,360 2,046 hrs.
$106,635 LEAVE STATUS;
Active Federal Lawsuits Since 2015 Year Settlement
Williams v. The City of New York et al, 2015 $75,000
Felice et al v. City Of New York, et al, 2015 $8.200.000.00
T.R. v. City Of New York, et al, 2015 Pending Borrelli et al v. City Of New York ; et al, 2015 Pending
Joseph et al v. City of New York et al, 2014 $65,500
Alam, Tanvir vs City of New York, et al., 2018 Pending Related Officers
(Listed together in lawsuits) • William Concannon (Listed together on 5 lawsuits) •
Franklin E. Bohr (2) • Ryan E. Bracconeri (2) • Kevin Brown (2) • Brendan F. Cronin (2) • Jeffrey P. Griffin (2) • Nicholas B. Levesque (2) • Joseph J. Simonetti (2) • Tatiana Cruz (1) • Cesar L. Gomez (1) • Michael J. Pomerantz (1) • Liam M. Swords (1) • John G. Walker (1) • John J. Walker (1) News Articles: Officer Brendan F. Cronin’s from the 46 Pct., partner of Edwin Y. Ching in a drunken rampage shot two civilians. PO Brendan F. Cronin’s was sentence to 9 years for attempt murder. Cop involved in drunken off-duty shooting has cost city $8.2M https://nypost.com/2017/01/28/cop-inv… Ex-NYPD officer ‘sorry,’ given prison in Pelham shooting https://www.lohud.com/story/news/crim… 11. Sgt. Edwin Y. Ching (46), Officer Brendan F. Cronin’s (46) supervisor , and Officers Ryan E. Bracconeri (PBBX), Williams Concannon (33) and Jeffrey P. Griffin (46), directly participated in and facilitated the abusive consumption of alcohol by Officer Brendan F. Cronin while and after undergoing training exercises in dynamic vehicle takedowns at Rodman ‘s Neck on April 29, 2014. 12. Sgt. Edwin Y. Ching and Officer Ryan E. Bracconeri facilitated Cronin’s alleged inebriation and then took no actions to prevent him from driving his vehicle while intoxicated. Note: How can an Officer who has been accuse of – Excessive Force, Unlawful Stop/Search, Assault and Battery, False Arrest/False Imprisonment, Intentional Infliction of Emotional Distress, Malicious Prosecution, Negligence could be allowed to work for the NYPD. He has over 10 CCRB complaints. These are the kind of Police Officers that NYPD Commissioner James P. O’Neill protects. Copwatch Patrol Unit (CPU) is going to legally do everything in their power to have Sgt. Edwin Y. Ching fired or Forced to retired. Sgt. Edwin Y. Ching has cost Tax-Payer’s close to 9 million dollars.
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