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Patricia L. Gatling

Human Rights Commissioner

NYC-College-of-Technology

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Background Information

Employment History

University of Maryland School of Law


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Commissioner and Chair

NYC


Senior Trainer

John Jay College of Criminal Justice


Affiliations

Metropolitan Black Bar Association

Board Member


District Attorney Hynes

Primary Advisor On Legal Recruitment


Office of Governor Andrew Cuomo

Deputy Secretary for Civil Rights


Education

Johns Hopkins University


BA

International Studies

The Johns Hopkins University


JD

University of Maryland School of Law


bachelor's degree

international studies

Johns Hopkins University


law degree

University of Maryland School of Law


Web References(97 Total References)


Press Releases KINGS COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY

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Ed Towns and NYC Human Rights Commissioner Patricia Gatling.
Patricia Gatling , New York City Human Rights Commissioner


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Patricia L. Gatling
Patricia L. Gatling Patricia L. Gatling Patricia L. Gatling is the Chair of the Human Rights Commission. The Human Rights Commission enforces human rights law, which prohibits discrimination in employment, housing and public accommodation, as well as bias-related harassment. Prior to her appointment, Patricia Gatling most recently served as First Assistant District Attorney for Kings County. In addition, Gatling has served as a Special Assistant Attorney General at the Office to Investigate the New York City Criminal Justice System and as a Special Narcotics Assistant at the Office of the Special Narcotics Prosecutor. Gatling earned a BA at John Hopkins University and a JD from the University of Maryland School of Law.


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Commissioner Patricia L. Gatling


Metropolitan Black Bar Association

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Commissioner Patricia L. Gatling, (Vice Chair of the Board)
New York City Commission Human Rights University of Maryland School of Law


Human Rights Commissions and Criminal Justice > About > Participant bios

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Patricia L. Gatling
Patricia L. Gatling has been Chair/Commissioner of the New York City Commission on Human Rights since 2002. Prior to that, she served as First Assistant District Attorney at the Kings County (Brooklyn) District Attorney's Office in charge of the Major Narcotics Investigations Bureau, the Community Relations Bureau, Legal Hiring, Inter-Agency Training, and Governmental Affairs. Pat received her JD from the University of Maryland School of Law and BA in International Studies from The Johns Hopkins University. She is a former President of the National Black Prosecutors Association. She served as a Special Assistant Attorney General at the Office to Investigate the New York City Criminal Justice System from 1987 to 1990. While in that office, she prosecuted corruption cases involving public officials, police officers, and corrections officers, specializing in the prosecution of police brutality and death-in-custody cases. She was a trainer with John Jay College of Criminal Justice teaching "Human Dignity and the Law," to law enforcement professionals in emerging democracies, at the U.S. State Department's International Law Enforcement Academies, located in Hungary, Thailand, Botswana, and Dubai.


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