Mike Endall, Head of scandal-plagued NYPD handgun licensing division quietly retires

The former head of the NYPD’s scandal-plagued gun license division has quietly put in his retirement papers — taking a lucrative blue parachute out of the beleaguered department.

Deputy Inspector Mike Endall, 49, ran the allegedly corrupt License Division until last April, when he was transferred to a full-pay desk job “pending further review,” officials at the time said.

He has not been charged by the feds, or disciplined administratively — although Acting US Attorney Joon H. Kim recently derided the “alleged corruption that pervaded the license division up to its senior levels.”

“He should have at least been charged administratively with failure to supervise,” groused one law enforcement insider.

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