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Report: #1462517

Complaint Review: Physicians Affiliate Group of N.Y. employs suspended attorney Jerry Marvin Mims at Rikers Island, as Mental Health Professional - New York New York

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  • Reported By: Nelson — Copiague New York United States
  • Physicians Affiliate Group of N.Y. employs suspended attorney Jerry Marvin Mims at Rikers Island, as Mental Health Professional 55 w. 125th Street New York, New York United States

Physicians Affiliate Group of N.Y. employs suspended attorney Jerry Marvin Mims at Rikers Island, as Mental Health Professional Jerry Mims Marvin Mims Marvin Stole client funds New York New York

*Author of original report: Riders Island Mental Health Professional Jerry Mims calls patients "d****e bags"

*Author of original report: Jerry Mims did not fully disclose his background when hired to work at Rikers Island

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Jerry Marvin Mims was an attorney on Long Island who was suspended from the practice of law for stealing client funds in 2013. He was then hired to work as a mental health professional on Rikers Island and works for Physicans Affiliate Group of N.Y.

Should someone who lost his law license for stealing client funds be allowed to be a mental health professional with prisoners?

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#2 Author of original report

Riders Island Mental Health Professional Jerry Mims calls patients "d****e bags"

AUTHOR: Ed - (United States)

POSTED: Saturday, March 16, 2019

Jerry Marvin Mims, employed by the Physician Affiliates Group at Rikers Island Prison as Mental Health Professional, posted on the internet calling his patients "d****e bags." Scroll down to the end and see it in bold.

Here is the posting from March 14, 2017:

Marvin Mims The jail complex, operated by the New York City Department of Correction, has a budget of $860 million a year, a staff of 9,000 officers and 1,500 civilians managing 100,000 admissions per year and an average daily population of 10,000 inmates.
Like · Reply · March 14 at 4:14pm
Marvin Mims

Marvin Mims a few hundred LOL I wish try 10.000
Like · Reply · March 14 at 4:15pm
Barry Trombley

Barry Trombley Oh and all 10,000 are your Favorites??
Like · Reply · March 14 at 4:15pm
Marvin Mims

Marvin Mims except for 4 of them lol
Like · Reply · March 14 at 4:15pm
Marvin Mims

Marvin Mims they know who they are lol
Like · Reply · March 14 at 4:15pm
Barry Trombley

Barry Trombley Well there's always the d****e bags
Like · Reply · March 14 at 4:16pm
Marvin Mims

Marvin Mims we call them patients

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#1 Author of original report

Jerry Mims did not fully disclose his background when hired to work at Rikers Island

AUTHOR: David - (United States)

POSTED: Thursday, September 27, 2018

Below are excerpts from the New York City Department of Investigations public report on Rikers Island and the section below is in reference to Jerry Mims, and his lack of disclosure of his background. 

 

"Corizon also hired candidates even when they made other troubling disclosures that were probative of poor judgment and integrity. One MHC, for instance, revealed that he had had his New York State law license suspended for 30 months for, as the MHC noted in his application, “failure to maintain records for one client.” DOI’s review of the MHC’s file revealed no evidence that Corizon officials further investigated this alarming disclosure which, according to DOI’s investigation, appears to have been severely understated by the MHC.

Even a cursory investigation conducted on the New York State Office of Court Administration would have revealed that an appellate court suspended the MHC’s license after he failed to generate or maintain the necessary records for multiple clients in his client trust account (known commonly as an Interest On Lawyer’s Account or “IOLA” account) for approximately three years, in violation of various attorney ethics codes. The appellate court presiding over the matter further found that the MHC had “misappropriated” over $1,000 in client funds “for a use other than that which they were intended,” which would constitute grand larceny, 18 and “engaged in conduct prejudicial to the administration of justice by failing to timely or completely cooperate” with the investigation into these allegations.

DOI’s investigation into this MHC further reveals that the Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office arrested and charged him with Grand Larceny in the Second Degree in April 2014 in connection with an alleged mortgage fraud scheme perpetrated against a partially blind 60 year-old client over a four-year period. These allegations raise concerns of this MHC similarly manipulating a vulnerable inmate-patient under his care."

"Indeed, this same MHC was recently reprimanded for failing to properly address an inmate suicide referral. Specifically, the Corrective Action Memorandum found in the MHC’s personnel file notes that the MHC “closed out” the inmate suicide referral as “[a]ddressed” and noted that the patient “was rescheduled.” The memorandum notes, to the contrary, that the patient was in fact ‘never... “seen,” nor was he re-scheduled.’ Additionally, the Memorandum notes that the MHC failed to notify other mental health administrators of the patient-inmate’s status."

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