Find out how to request police body camera footage, a copy of a Police Stop report, and learn about the information on an NYPD business card if you received one during a stop.

You can submit a request a copy of a police officer’s body camera video if you believe you were captured in the footage, during an encounter with police officer.

Submit a body camera video request.

If you were stopped by the NYPD, the officer may have filed a Stop Report which has information about why you were stopped.

To obtain a copy of the Stop Report you can submit a request online.

Within 10 business days of the request NYPD will send you a copy of the Stop Report or a response indicating that there was no record found, via email or US mail.

Online

Request a stop report.

In Person

1 Police Plaza, room 110C

If you were stopped by the NYPD, they may have given you a business card to identify themselves. You can submit a comment or complaint about your interaction with the NYPD to the Civilian Complaint Review Board (CCRB). The CCRB will investigate the report, and if it finds that misconduct occurred, they will recommend discipline to the Police Commissioner. You can file a comment or complaint online or in person at any police precinct.

Online

File a complaint or comment.

Check the status of your complaint.

In Person

  • Civilian Complaint Review Board
    100 Church Street, 10th Floor
    Monday - Friday: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
     
  • With a City Council member in your borough.
     
  • At any police precinct.

By Phone

  • Agency: Civilian Complaint Review Board
  • Division: Complaints Unit
  • Phone Number: (800) 341-2272
  • Business Hours: Mon - Fri: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
  • Leave a message after hours and you'll get a call back.

If you were stopped by a police officer, they may have given you a business card to identify themselves. The business card provides the police officers name, rank, and shield number. It also has information about:

  • How to request Body-Worn Camera footage
  • How to request police stop information
  • How to submit a comment or complaint about the police encounter

The information on the NYPD business card is a component of the Right to Know Act.

Learn more about the NYPD business card policy and the Right Now Act.