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Historic Tenure: NYC Department of Investigation Commissioner Rose Gill Hearn
Commissioner Rose Gill Hearn
DOI Commissioner Rose Gill Hearn.
DOI Commissioner Rose Gill Hearn
For anyone considering sticking their hand in the colossal cookie jar that is New York City's government, Rose Gill Hearn
has a message for you: "we are watching.
12 years later, Rose Gill Hearn is the longest serving DOI commissioner in New York City's history.
A native New Yorker.
Born at St. Vincent's Hospital, she was raised on Long Island, graduated from Marymount Manhattan College and Fordham's Law School.
After spending three years doing white collar defense work at a private firm, she
left for the U.S. Attorney's office
, where she
would spend ten years and become Deputy Chief of the Criminal Division.
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Department of Investigation Commissioner ...
Department of Investigation Commissioner Rose Gill Hearn also delivered remarks, praising the work of the award winners, including the Buildings Special Investigations Unit, a joint team that investigates major construction accidents and corruption within the construction industry.
Liu's lawsuit also challenges the ...
Liu's lawsuit also challenges the appointment of Rose Gil Hearn as CFB chairperson by Mayor Bloomberg on his last day in office.
Hearn had been the Commissioner of Department of Investigations prior to that.
"Stealing from workers and lying to ...
"Stealing from workers and lying to the city is no way to do business in New York City," said Rose Gil Hearn, commissioner of the city Department of Investigation.
"It was really a proactive measure, ...
"It was really a proactive measure, not because I'm suggesting that there is any issue," said Rose Gill Hearn, head of the city's Department of Investigation.She
said the courtroom testimony about the festival president's alleged ties to organized crime "had nothing to do with the feast itself."