That's the shocking finding from a New York Daily News investigative report on the city's police department.
Of those cases, 27 percent involved civilians who were unarmed when they were killed by on-duty police, per the Daily News. Still, only three of the cases resulted in indictments. Just one resulted in a conviction, though the officer served no jail time.
The report comes one week after a grand jury decided to bring no charges in the Eric Garner chokehold case.