New York City Business Integrity Commission

Joined: 10:28 AM - Mar 04, 2008

10:12 PM - Apr 22, 2011 #1

Assistant Commissioner
About the Job

New
York City Business Integrity Commission, a combined law enforcement and
regulatory agency with jurisdiction over the trade waste industry, the
public wholesale markets and the shipboard gambling industry, seeks
Assistant Commissioner  to oversee criminal investigations, supervise
regulatory and background investigations, supervise legal staff, make
legal determinations, and conduct other legal work related to the
agency’s jurisdiction.​ At least 10 years sworn law enforcement
experience, current admission to the Bar, prior supervisory experience,
knowledge of organized crime, including organized crime investigation
and prosecution experience, and civil and criminal legal experience
required.​ BIC is an EEO employer.​     

Email resume and writing sample to:
[url=mailto:hresources@bic.nyc.gov] [/url][url=mailto:hresources@bic.nyc.gov?subject=Assistant%20Commissioner]hresources@​bic.​nyc.​gov[/url]
or Darlene Whinfield, Director of Human Resources, 
NYC Business Integrity Commission, 
100 Church Street,
20th Floor,
New York, NY 10007
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Joined: 8:03 PM - Feb 19, 2008

11:10 PM - Apr 24, 2011 #2

Na....I saw one of their rmps recently, was wondering wtf it was, all decked out like our rmps, even cpr on the side
"Dying ain't much of a living boy!" -Josey Wales
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Joined: 2:43 PM - Feb 19, 2008

11:14 PM - Apr 24, 2011 #3

Business Integrity Commission?
“I come in peace,” Mattis recalled telling them. “I didn’t bring artillery. But I’m pleading with you, with tears in my eyes: If you fuck with me, I’ll kill you all.”
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Joined: 10:28 AM - Mar 04, 2008

8:57 AM - Apr 25, 2011 #4











The Business Integrity Commission
(BIC) is both a law enforcement and regulatory agency charged with
oversight of the private carting industry, the businesses operating in
the City's public wholesale markets, and the shipboard gambling
industry.



























BIC Mission:
The mission
of BIC is to eliminate organized crime and other forms of corruption
and criminality from the industries it regulates. BIC's goals are
numerous: to ensure that the regulated businesses are able to compete
fairly; that the marketplaces remain free from violence, fraud, rackets,
and threats; that customers receive fair treatment; and that the
businesses which are allowed to operate in these industries always
conduct their affairs with honesty and integrity.
What does the Business Integrity Commission Do?
  • Licenses and registers businesses in the private sanitation industry and the public wholesale markets
  • Conducts criminal investigations
  • Issues violations for regulatory infractions
  • Responds to inquiries
  • Resolves complaints
  • Makes recommendations to the Department of Sanitation concerning the fitness of applicants seeking to operate transfer stations.
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8:59 AM - Apr 25, 2011 #5

About BIC















In
November 2001, a charter revision measure created the Organized Crime
Control Commission, which was later renamed the Business Integrity
Commission (BIC), to consolidate under one agency the regulatory
jurisdiction over the private carting industry, businesses operating in
the City's public wholesale markets, and the shipboard gambling
industry. Previously, the trade waste industry was regulated by the
Trade Waste Commission; the Fulton Fish Market, other seafood
distribution areas, and the public wholesale markets were under the
purview of the Department of Small Business Services; and shipboard
gambling was regulated by the Gambling Control Commission. 


The BIC consists of the Chair of BIC and the Commissioners of the New
York City Police Department, the New York City Department of
Investigation, the New York City Department of Sanitation, the New York
City Department of Consumer Affairs, and the New York City Department of
Small Business Services, with the Chair of BIC having administrative
management over the agency. BIC has over 60 employees, supplemented by
NYPD police officers and Sanitation police officers.


There are over 1,500 active carting companies operating in New York
City and approximately 150 wholesale businesses operating in three of
the City's wholesale public markets. Before a license or registration is
granted, BIC conducts background investigations of the applicant
business and its principals' good character, honesty and integrity. BIC
also conducts criminal investigations in the businesses it regulates.


To find out more about BIC, you may review the information available throughout this Web site.









Click here to read the Business Integrity Commission's Frequently Asked Questions document






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Joined: 7:09 PM - Feb 21, 2008

12:43 PM - Apr 25, 2011 #6

MY TWO SENSE wrote:Na....I saw one of their rmps recently, was wondering wtf it was, all decked out like our rmps, even cpr on the side
In My Opinion! Only Police cars should look like Police Cars and Police officers like Police officers!
All these look alike cars, uniforms and shields are asking for trouble!
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Joined: 10:52 AM - Mar 18, 2008

1:24 AM - Apr 26, 2011 #7

I've delt with them once or twice most of them are special patrol man with carry permits.
“The
most effective attitude to adopt is one of supreme acceptance. The world
is full of people with different characters and temperaments. We all
have a dark side, a tendency to manipulate, and aggressive desires. The
most dangerous types are those who repress their desires or deny the
existence of them, often acting them out in the most underhanded ways.
Some people have dark qualities that are especially pronounced. You
cannot change such people at their core, but must merely avoid becoming
their victim. You are an observer of the human comedy, and by being as
tolerant as possible, you gain a much greater ability to understand
people and to influence their behavior when necessary”
― Robert Greene
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Joined: 1:31 PM - Feb 19, 2008

2:21 AM - Apr 26, 2011 #8

At least 10 years sworn law enforcement experience, current admission to the Bar, prior supervisory experience, knowledge of organized crime, including organized crime investigation and prosecution experience, and civil and criminal legal experience required.​ BIC is an EEO employer.​
[big]So they are basically asking for a lawyer with civil and criminal legal experience who spent 10 years as a cop (and supervisor) investigating organized crime, and also worked in some kind of prosecutorial capacity in a DA's office? Who the hell has this kind of resume? Did they, perhaps, tailor this list of job requirements to a particular candidate they've already selected in advance? And if this is the case, what does it say about the "integrity" of this so-called "Integrity Commission"?[/big]
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Joined: 10:28 AM - Mar 04, 2008

8:53 AM - Apr 26, 2011 #9

nypd2006 wrote:
At least 10 years sworn law enforcement experience, current admission to the Bar, prior supervisory experience, knowledge of organized crime, including organized crime investigation and prosecution experience, and civil and criminal legal experience required.​ BIC is an EEO employer.​


So they are basically asking for a lawyer with civil and criminal legal experience who spent 10 years as a cop (and supervisor) investigating organized crime, and also worked in some kind of prosecutorial capacity in a DA's office? Who the hell has this kind of resume? Did they, perhaps, tailor this list of job requirements to a particular candidate they've already selected in advance? And if this is the case, what does it say about the "integrity" of this so-called "Integrity Commission"?
Bingo!  But I always wondered why so many of these agencies want lawyers?  I'd take an honest cop (of any rank) with a solid investigative background any day over an over-analyzing gun-shy lawyer anyday.
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