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Court Upholds Suspension of NYPD Officer for Refusing to Release Medical Records to Employer

By WorkCompCentral

Friday, November 9, 2018 | 538 | 0 | 12 min read

A New York appellate court on Thursday ruled that the City of New York properly suspended a police officer who refused to authorize the release of her medical records as part of a fitness-for-duty evaluation. Lisa Brown worked for the New York Police Department as a supervising police communication technician. She was responsible for making sure 911 calls were immediately and accurately routed to the appropriate emergency responders. The decision from the Appellate Division’s 1st Department in Matter of Brown v. Bratton indicates that Brown engaged in “worrisome on-the-...

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