Rivera has since moved to Florida, but claims she can't find police work because of her dismissal."They pretty much blacklisted me with everything that they wrote, so I can't do any job in policing," she said.
"They completely ruined my entire career when it comes to law enforcement. They didn't even give me the option to resign." According to a 2003 study, more than 38 percent of women in federal law enforcement reported that they were discriminated against because of their gender; 51 percent of respondents felt they were discriminated against based on gender but did not file complaints.
Rivera's issues began when she was assigned to the 52nd Precinct in the Bronx.
Lorick has appeared before the Manhattan parole board five times, but has been denied every single time.
Based on his profile, he feels "lucky" with his parole coming up this week. "Your face, weight and looks are not important to me because all women have something special about them," Lorick wrote on his dating profile.
But Rivera's issues with the NYPD didn't end there.
She also claims a sergeant expressed unwanted sexual interest in her and made several inappropriate sexual comments to her.
(PIX11) -- Bruce Lorick may appear like a catch on his online dating profile.
He's college educated and has a military background.
He describes himself as "humorous," "loyal," "childless" and an "excellent lover." But what's left out is that the 57-year-old is also a convicted cop killer.
He shot and killed Officer Joseph Keegan at the 59th Street-Columbus Circle subway station in 1980.
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The PBA rep told Rivera not to answer the inspector's questions, but she was reported to internal affairs anyway.