A chief administrative judge who was caught on video berating and cursing at a female police officer at City Hall last year has retired, officials said.
Fidel Del Valle, commissioner of the Office of Administrative Trials and Hearings, retired this month with his last day Aug 2, according to city officials.
The acting commissioner is now Tynia Richard, who previously was deputy commissioner and general counsel at OATH.
“Tynia brings a great deal of institutional knowledge of OATH’s 40-year mission, having already enjoyed a long and successful career at the agency since 2003, first as an administrative law judge in the Trials Division and then as OATH’s general counsel,” City Hall spokeswoman Laura Feyer said.
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“We are excited to have her serving with this administration in this new role.”
Del Valle was accused of flying off the handle after NYPD personnel asked him for proof of identity when he was entering City Hall on Nov. 13, 2018.