'Your actions have brought discredit upon yourself and the department.
Attorneys for Jaynes and Cosgrove did not immediately respond to inquiries from The Washington Post.
Jaynes has a hearing with interim Chief Yvette Gentry and her staff on Thursday. The FBI concluded Cosgrove fired the shot that killed Taylor.
Hankison has pleaded not guilty.
Gentry writes that Jaynes violated standard operating procedure with regards to preparation for search warrant execution and untruthfulness.
Prosecutors "found insufficient evidence to support federal criminal charges against Cleveland Division of Police (CDP) Officers Timothy Loehmann and Frank Garmback", the Justice Department said in a statement.
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A spokesperson for Cameron did not immediately reply to questions about whether the attorney general will take any action in response to Gentry's conclusions about Jaynes's behavior.
CNN has reached out to the Louisville police union for comment.
Gentry also noted that neither Jaynes nor his supervisors were present at Taylor's apartment when the search warrant was executed. "He requested the search warrant that led to the tragic murder of #BreonnaTaylor", tweeted Ben Crump, a lawyer for Taylor's family. "Because the operations plan was not completed properly a very risky situation was created for all parties involved".
"I had to make some tough decisions", she wrote. The 26-year-old medical technician was in bed with her boyfriend, Kenneth Walker, at the time.
Taylor was shot six times and killed during the March 13 raid.
The killing of Breonna Taylor is just one of several deaths of African Americans at the hands of police this year that have sparked mass protests by the Black Lives Matter movement across the US. Taylor's boyfriend, who was also inside, said he did not hear the officers announce themselves as police and allegedly fired the first shot in self-defence fearing the entrants were burglars.