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Working together, we can keep cop-killers right where they should be… behind bars.
Click the button, below, to send your opinion on an individual killer — or all — to the Parole Board.Click to Send Letters
Your department doctor has essentially the same responsibility to you as your personal treating physician would. If you believe that your department surgeon failed to adhere to his/her professional obligations, you have a right to file a complaint with the DOH. Click on the link below to access the complaint form and instructions.Click here for details
The PBA president is quoted in the NY Post: “This is the environment that anti-cop politicians and activists have created. They have emboldened racist hatred. They have encouraged threats and abuse towards police officers. And they have made sure that police officers can’t do anything about it without jeopardizing their careers. We don’t get paid enough to put up with this kind of vile treatment. And more and more cops are realizing that and taking their talents elsewhere.”
The PBA president is quoted in SIlive: “This three-time killer will unfortunately get another shot at freedom very soon, and we have numerous other cop-killers coming up for parole in the months ahead. We need our lawmakers to take action to fix the broken parole system, and we need every New Yorker to visit the PBA website and send a message to the parole board that Shatiek Johnson and every other cop-killer must remain behind bars.”
The PBA president is quoted in Newsday: “PBA members are stretched well past our breaking point…We thank Commissioner Sewell for hearing our concerns and taking this step to lighten the workload for our members. However, everyone recognizes that this is not a permanent solution to the NYPD’s staffing emergency.” Officers have been working without a new contract for close to six years and they need a new pact that pays them a competitive salary, he added.
Pat Lynch publishes op-ed piece in the Daily News.