Investigative Report

Internal Affairs Report



Canandaigua, New York, USA

Subject of Investigation:

Lawrence Hoy

Report Date:

February 26, 2010

Report Metadata


City of Canandaigua Police Department

Incident Date:

January 28, 2010


Scott J. Kadien

Investigator Employer:

City of Canandaigua Police Department

Findings Summary

Officer Hoy is accused of not appropriately investigating a complaint involving [REDACTED] and then not accurately documenting the circumstances of the accusations.

Findings Conclusion

After reviewing the above information, there appears to sufficient evidence to substantiate all of the above listed potential departmental charges as well other underlying violations of the General Orders.

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Sustained Findings

When the investigation discloses sufficient evidence to establish that the act occurred and that it constituted misconduct


General Order 600 Patrol Investigations Section II-A subdivisions 4, 5, 7, and 8

Employees shall not commit or omit any acts, which constitute a violation of any of the rules, regulations, directives or orders of the department, whether stated in this chapter, or elsewhere. Specifically - Violating General Order 600 Patrol Investigations Section II-A subdivisions 4, 5, 7, and 8


UNSATISFACTORY PERFORMANCE: A. Members shall maintain sufficient competency to properly perform and discharge their duties and assume the responsibilities that accompany their position of rank. They shall perform their duties in a manner, which will maintain the highest standards of efficiency in carrying out the functions and objectives of this Department.

C.In addition to other indications of unsatisfactory performance, the following will be considered prima-facie evidence of unsatisfactory performance; written records of repeated infractions of Department rules, regulations, directives or orders.


ENFORCEMENT OF LAWS: B. 4. Members shall: Detect, apprehend and if appropriate arrest all violators in accordance with the law and Departmental procedures or at the direction of a supervisor/command office.


UNBECOMING CONDUCT: All members and staff shall conduct themselves at all times, both on and off duty, in such a manner as to reflect most favorably on the Department. Conduct unbecoming a member shall include that which: Impairs the operation or efficiency of the Department or the member.

Report Preparation

DEPARTMENTAL REPORTS: A. Members shall submit all reports before the end of their respective tours of

duty unless specifically directed or otherwise excused by a supervisor All reports submitted by members of this Department shall be truthful and complete.


REQUESTS FOR ASSISTANCE: A. When any member of this Department receives a request for assistance advice, complaints or report, either by telephone or in person, all pertinent information will be obtained in an official and courteous manner and will be properly and judiciously acted upon consistent with established Departmental procedures.


TRUTHFULNESS: Members and staff shall truthfully answer all questions specifically directed and related to the scope of that member's employment and operations of the Department, which may be asked of them.