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You cannot make the police investigate an incident that they do not feel should be investigated. You would think that the police have an absolute duty to investigate, but they do not.
You cannot make them amend a police report if there are errors in the report. You may be able to write a report of your own and ask that it be attached to their report in their files, but they don't have to do that either.
There are things you can do, however.
If the police are not giving you satisfaction in your attempt to get a burglary prosecuted, you can go over their heads, directly to the DA's Office and report the burglary to an assistant district attorney. The police are essentially the enforcement arm of the DA's Office. The DA can require them to investigate your matter if your information gives them probable cause to believe that a crime has probably been committed.
As for the police, you can file a formal complaint against the officer who prepared your report with his superior officer, the chief of police, police Internal Affairs, and the state attorney general's office. Following that course could trigger an investigation of the officer's practices while on the job and could get him sanctioned, even terminated from the force.
I'm not sure I see a suit against the police, however. Police are immune from suit or prosecution unless there is a law that specifically says the police can be sued if they violate that law, such as is the case with civil rights suits. Insulting your girlfriend and preparing an inaccurate report doesn't rise to the level of something you can sue the police for.
That said, in NYS if you want to sue a government agency, you must file a notice of claim within 90 days of the incident, putting the county on notice that you intend to sue. A failure to do this can mean that a suit can be pitched out of court.
I am seeing only the tip of the iceberg here. Taking your evidence to a private civil/civil rights litigator, showing him your evidence, and getting him to see if you have a viable suit is probably worth the cost of a consultation with a local lawyer. Many have free or low cost initial consultation fees anyway. He may feel differently about a suit than I do on the basis of all you show and tell him. I would urge you to do that quickly, since as I've said, you only have 90 days from the incident to file the notice of claim and for all I know you may already be out of time.