Police officers in the Westchester County town of Greenburgh will not face criminal prosecution in the 2017 death of a Yonkers man, Attorney General Letitia James’s office said.

Jonathan Maldonado died after a scuffle with police officers that included him being Tased and slammed to the ground.

James’s office announced Monday the Special Investigations and Prosecutions Unit had released a package of recommendations for police to de-escalate confrontations and ensure proper procedures are used.

“Jonathan Maldonado’s death was a tragedy and we convey our deepest sympathies to his family and loved ones,” James said. “The Special Investigations and Prosecutions Unit is committed to executing a thorough investigation and providing the public with a clear and complete accounting of any death over which SIPU has jurisdiction. SIPU conducted an exhaustive investigation into the death of Jonathan Maldonado and encourages the Town of Greenburgh Police Department to implement the recommendations outlined in the report.”