Monday, May 2, 2016
Friday, April 29, 2016
Tuesday, April 26, 2016
Severely injured PO Rosa Rodriguez testified at the trial of a 16-year-old whose arson fire took the life of PO Dennis Guerra in Coney Island. PBA president Pat Lynch spoke to the media about the difficult day of testimony for the officer’s families and colleagues. Reports ran on: CBS radio #1; CBS radio #2: New York 1 news; WOR radio; CBS 2 TV news; NBC 4 TV news; ABC 7 TV news and were published in the NY Daily News and NY Post.
Friday, April 22, 2016
Thursday, April 21, 2016
The PBA’s pay inequality message (mounted on a truck) is reported in a New York 1 story about Mayor de Blasio’s first town hall meeting in Staten Island.
Wednesday, April 20, 2016
Jose Bernazard was convicted of beating a woman on Father’s Day 2014 and attempted murder of a police officer, Joseph Koch, when shots were fired as the officer struggled to subdue the attacker. DNAinfo reports on the conviction and PBA president Pat Lynch called the officer’s actions “selfless and heroic.”
Tuesday, April 19, 2016
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The Chief Leader reports, with comments from Pat Lynch, on CCRB chairman Richard Emery’s resignation with an editorial about it; the officer who blamed de Blasio for issuing traffic tickets also with an editorial about it and a story about court appeal regarding a ruling that a cop-killer couldn’t be executed because of lack of metal capacity.
Monday, April 18, 2016
A new PBA ad appearing in major daily and local community papers this week and next highlights the discrepancy between Mayor de Blasio's stated priorities — including addressing "income inequality" and increasing the diversity of the NYPD — and his refusal to meaningfully address the pay disparities that New York City police officers face. Postcard mailers with the same message were sent to households across the five boroughs last week.
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Sunday, April 17, 2016
Friday, April 15, 2016
About 100 NYC police officers fanned out in the five boroughs to distribute information seeking the public’s support for fair pay and disability benefits. The team at Times Square Subway station include PBA president Pat Lynch who spoke to reporters about the need for City Hall to have an honest negotiation with the union. Reporters took the opportunity to ask Lynch about several breaking stories including the resignation of CCRB chair Richard Emery and the postponed sentencing of former PO Peter Liang. There are multiple radio stories on the topics using different comments from Lynch. Stories were reported by: Daily News; NBC 4 TV news; 880 AM # 1; 880 AM #2; WINS radio #1; WINS radio # 2; WINS radio #3.
Thursday, April 14, 2016
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Pat Lynch spoke to 1010 WINS Glenn Schuck this morning while handing out leaflets in Times Square calling for fair pay and benefits for New York City police officers. Lynch said that City Hall's claim that its "door is open" to the PBA rings hollow, because negotiating with the Mayor means "as long as you go in and agree with whatever he wants. That's not negotiating. We want to go in, negotiate and fix the problem, and fix the income inequality in the NYPD." Lynch also discussed the resignation of CCRB Chairman Richard Emery and the Peter Liang trial. See the full PBA-recorded video here.
Following Pat Lynch’s second call for the resignation or termination of Richard Emery as CCRB chair, Emery finally saw the writing on the wall and pulled the plug. Lynch is quoted saying that next CCRB chairperson has to be a reasonable, fair-minded person who has a respect for the difficult work that police officers do. Stories appeared in: NY Daily News with an editorial; NY Post with an editorial; DNAinfo; Newsday; Wall Street Journal; and on Fox 5 TV news; CBS 2 TV news; NBC 4 TV news.
Wednesday, April 13, 2016
Press release: PBA President on the resignation of CCRB Chairman Richard Emery
Pat Lynch calls the suspension of a police officer who blamed increased traffic tickets on de Blasio “a colossal politically motivated overreaction…” Stories were reported in the Daily News; the Post which also ran an editorial and Newsday, and reported on WPIX 11 TV news, WOR radio, WINS radio and CBS radio.
The Chief Leader reports on the death of cop-killer Anthony Laborde about which Pat Lynch said that the city and the world is better off without him and his bloodthirsty pals.
Tuesday, April 12, 2016
Press release: Richard Emery sued for derogatory language by female CCRB Director as PBA renews its call for his termination
Press release: PBA President defends Police Officer who said blame de Blasio for traffic tickets
The Daily News, Politico New York and the Staten Island Advance report on a mailer to progressive households noting that as the NYPD became more diverse, the comparable level of police pay has declined from being the highest paid to the lowest. The story was also covered on Fox 5 TV News and NBC 4 TV News.
Monday, April 11, 2016
Friday, April 8, 2016
Thursday, April 7, 2016
A new PBA radio ad calls on on Mayor de Blasio to back up his claim that he supports working men and women by giving New York City police officers fair pay and disability benefits. The ad will air on 1010 WINS AM, 107.5 WBLS FM, 106.7 Lite FM, 97.9 Mega FM, 101.1 WCBS FM and 77 WABC AM.
Pat Lynch went on the John Gambling Show on AM 970 to discuss the new PBA radio ad calling on Mayor de Blasio to prove his support for working men and women by paying police officers a fair market wage. Lynch said that although 60% of PBA members live in NYC, "they can't afford to rear their family here, because we're the lowest paid big city police officers in the country. [The mayor] can fix that."
Tuesday, April 5, 2016
The Chief Leader reports and editorializes on the continuing saga of the arrest of a postal worker. In his opinion column, the Chief’s editor clearly misses Pat Lynch’s point about withholding judgment until all the facts are in and reaches his own, uninformed conclusion about the incident.
In the Daily News, Pat Lynch says that “no righteous person should shed a tear…” for cop-killer Anthony Laborde who died in prison over the weekend. Lynch said that sympathies should be reserved for the families of murdered PO John Scarangella and his partner PO Richard Rainey who was struck by 14 of the assassin’s bullets but survived to live a life of constant pain. Richard Rainey died last year.
Monday, April 4, 2016
Press release: PO John Scarangella’s killer dies in prison
Pat Lynch appeared on AM 970’s program “The Cat’s Roundtable” where he spoke about the lack of support for NYC police officers, the low morale among the force and the anti-police atmosphere that has emboldened criminals. He said that morale can be improved by paying NYC police officers as the professionals that they are and to equalize the disability benefit changed in 2009. The Post picked up and published a story about the anti-police atmosphere based on Lynch’s comments on the program.
Friday, April 1, 2016
The Daily News quotes Pat Lynch in a story about 27 arbitrators who do not want to participate in any future PBA arbitration because of the “reprehensible” treatment the PBA gave Howard Edelman. Lynch notes that the union has every right to publicly object to his unethical behavior.
The Wall Street Journal quotes Lynch’s call to avoid a rush to judgment in the arrest of a postal employee which resulted in the modification of the Lieutenant overseeing the team.
Thursday, March 31, 2016
PBA president Pat Lynch cautions against a “rush to judgment” (see press release here) in the case of an arrested postal worker noting that no public comment should be made by anyone, including the Police Commissioner, until all of the facts are known. His comments were published in the Daily News and in DNAinfo, and on New York 1.
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Wednesday, March 30, 2016
Press release: PBA President's statement on video-taped arrest of a postal worker
New Jersey’s WMBC TV news reports on security in NYC’s homeless shelters and uses footage of Pat Lynch from the PBA’s news conference announcing survey results to highlight the PBA’s position on police responding to shelters.
Tuesday, March 29, 2016
The Chief Leader reports and editorializes on the Brooklyn DA’s recommendation that Peter Liang not serve jail time and they quote Pat Lynch noting that the reasons the DA cites are the reasons Liang should not have been indicted in the first place. They also report that 27 arbitrators have told the City that they do not wish to be considered for any PBA arbitration calling the PBA’s reaction to the Edelman decision “reprehensible.” Lynch responds that the union has filed a complaint against Edelman’s for unethical behavior noting that he accepted work from the City during the arbitration without informing the union and that he disregarded the rules of evidence and law in his decision. In another story, the Chief Leader reports on the Federal Monitor’s decision to require an officer to write a narrative to justify any stop.
Friday, March 25, 2016
Press release: Arbitrators object to PBA’s citing of unethical behavior by Howard Edelman
The NY Post printed Pat Lynch's op-ed piece about low morale in the department and what can be done to improve it.
PBA mailer calls for voter support on Tier 3 disability.
Politico New York highlights a PBA mailer sent to voters across the five boroughs this week, calling on them to support fair disability benefits for NYC police officers by contacting their state legislators. See the mailer here.
Thursday, March 24, 2016
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The Brooklyn District Attorney has recommended that former PO Peter Liang serve no jail time in a fatal accidental shooting. PBA president Pat Lynch told the media that criminalizing an accident serves no good purpose and that the DA should never have indicted the officer to begin with. (Read entire statement.) The story was reported by: Politico NY; NY Times; the Wall Street Journal; Daily News; Newsday and the NY Post, and reports appeared on ABC 7 news; NBC 4 news; PIX 11 news and Fox 5 news.
Wednesday, March 23, 2016
Tuesday, March 22, 2016
Monday, March 21, 2016
Thursday, March 17, 2016
PIX 11 News reports on using police officers to backfill for crossing guards who don’t show up. PBA president Pat Lynch is quoted noting that police are frequently called upon when other services fail but the NYPD needs more police officers to keep up with the demand. See PBA press release.
Lynch was interviewed during the St. Patrick’s Day Parade on NBC 4 TV in the line of march.
Wednesday, March 16, 2016
Press release: Should Police Officers fill in for absent school crossing guards?
Wednesday, March 16, 2016
Tuesday, March 15, 2016
Press release: Survey shows NYC PBA Members say NYC is heading in the wrong direction
See PBA-recorded video of Pat Lynch's opening remarks during the press conference releasing the results of the PBA's recent member survey, which showed that morale among New York City police officers is at rock bottom. Lynch said: "What we're saying is: 'City Hall, this is how our members feel, and it's real.' This is an opportunity for us to solve the problem. We've always been and stand ready to solve these problems. Not Band-Aid approaches — solve them, and solve them consistently on into the future." See also the full press conference.
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The Daily News; Newsday; Wall Street Journal; NY Post; SI Advance; CBS TV; Fox TV; ABC TV; PIX 11 TV; New York 1; WOR radio; News radio 880; WINS radio and 770 radio all reported the “preview” findings of the union’s first ever survey of its members reporting that morale is at rock bottom, the city is getting less safe and most officers would leave for a better paying law enforcement job.
The Chief Leader reports that the US Attorney will not charge PO Richard Haste and editorializes on NYPD training. The Chief also reports the union’s support for a CPR instructor put on modified duty and the PBA’s “Emery must go” TV ads.
Monday, March 14, 2016
A preview of results from the PBA’s first-ever survey of its members revealing that MOS feel the city is less safe, morale is extremely low and that perps are now much more likely to resist arrest was reported in Newsday; Daily News; Wall Street Journal and NY Post. The result of the full survey taken by over 6,000 police officers, will be released on Tuesday, March 15 at a news conference.
Saturday, March 12, 2016
The Daily News reports on the renaming of a Bronx street on Friday for a police officer shot to death on duty in 1996 by a carjacker in the Bronx.
Thursday, March 10, 2016
PBA president Pat Lynch was quoted in the Wall Street Journal saying that the PBA will not let one of our members, in this case PO Melissa Brown, take the fall for an ineffective training program and that after a full review, she will be cleared. Read Lynch’s statement here.
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Wednesday, March 9, 2016
Press release: PBA supports and defends CPR training officer who was placed on modified duty in connection with the Liang case
Following the Federal prosecutor Phreet Bharra’s announcement that there will not be any charges filed against PO Richard Haste in the shooting of Ramarley Graham, PBA president Pat Lynch told the media that while we gratified that there are no charges, there are no winners in this case and that it was a good faith effort to rid the community of guns and drugs that lead to the tragedy. Stories were reported in: NY Times; Daily News; Wall Street Journal; NY Post; Albany Times Union and on CBS 2 News; PIX 11 News and Fox 5 News.
Tuesday, March 8, 2016
Press release: Statement by PBA president Patrick J. Lynch on the US Attorney's decision not to press charges in the Ramarley Graham case
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Pat Lynch and other PBA board officers and members joined hundreds of police officers from around the country at St. Patrick's Cathedral for a memorial Mass in honor of Euless, Texas Police Officer David Hofer. Hofer, a former NYPD member with the 9 Pct., was shot and killed in the line of duty last week. Lynch said: "We come here together because we’re family. We have our family at home. We have our family on the street. He’s part of both.’’ Stories appeared in the Post, the Dallas Morning News, the Fort Worth Star-Telegram and on ABC 7 News and KSWO TV in Texas.
Monday, March 7, 2016
Sunday, March 6, 2016
Friday, March 4, 2016
Tuesday, March 1, 2016
The Chief Leader quotes Pat Lynch in its article about CCRB chair Richard Emery.
A Post editorial about increased response times for police and fire quotes Pat Lynch noting the shortage of police officers and the burden of heavy paperwork that officers have to complete before responding to the next job.
The Daily News reports Richard Emery’s announcement that his law firm would no longer take cases against police officers where a CCRB complaint was substantiated. Pat Lynch was quoted saying: “Richard Emery has revealed his blatant bias through his statements. These measures are too little, too late and do not cure what is now obvious -- he can cannot be fair and impartial."
Monday, February 29, 2016
Sunday, February 28, 2016
Friday, February 26, 2016
In a story reported by City and State, Pat Lynch explains that response times are up because of lack of staffing, taking officers out of precincts to cover other demands and that officers have jobs stacked up because of an outrageous amount of paperwork that has to be completed before responding to the next job.
Friday, February 26, 2016
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Governor Cuomo called for CCRB chair Richard Emery to apologize or resign for his “stuck pig” comment to which PBA president Pat Lynch said (read Lynch’s entire statement here) that Emery cannot take back the words and he must be dismissed or resign now. A Post editorial said Emery must go and the Daily News editorial was highly critical and noted that no police officer can trust a fair shake from CCRB while Emery is chair. Stories appeared in: Daily News; Post; Newsday; and on New York 1 News; Newsradio 880 and 1010 WINS.
Thursday, February 25, 2016
Press release: PBA President on the governor’s call for Emery to apologize or resign and Emery’s empty apology for calling cops “pigs”
A front page Daily News exclusive reports CCRB Chairman Richard Emery’s reaction to the PBA calling for his removal saying that the union was acting like “a stuck pig.” Pat Lynch said Emery’s inflammatory language shows his true attitude and that he should have “… no role in an agency charged with conducting fair and impartial investigations."
Wednesday, February 24, 2016
Tuesday, February 23, 2016
Sunday, February 21, 2016
The media report on the early Saturday morning shootout in Brooklyn in which POs William Reddin and Andrew Yurkiw of the 81 Pct. anti-crime team were injured. Stories appeared in the New York Times, the Post, Newsday and the Daily News. A separate Daily News story highlighted the fact that PO Yurkiw's father, retired Det. Paul Yurkiw, was also saved by his bullet-resistant vest 27 years ago. The story was also covered on NBC 4 News, CBS 2 News, News 12 Long Island, New York 1, and CBS radio news.
Saturday, February 20, 2016
The Daily News reports on Pat Lynch's call for the mayor to remove CCRB Chairman Richard Emery due to the irreconcilable conflict of interest created by Emery's law firm's representation of CCRB complainants in lawsuits against NYPD members.
Friday, February 19, 2016
In stories about “implicit bias training” in which de Blasio revisited the need to speak with his son about encounters with police, Pat Lynch said that the Mayor needs to “recognize his own bias against police.” Stories appeared in the Post and in Politico/Capital NY.
In a separate Daily News editorial, the paper notes how de Blasio is perpetuating the class separation that he vowed to eliminate by signing the 32% raise for Council members while saddling police officers with a 1% raise. The editorial notes that the Mayor’s actions provide a moral justification for the PBA — the only union in the city to fight for more than the city’s pattern offer — to seek a much higher salary increase.
Thursday, February 18, 2016
In a letter to the mayor, Pat Lynch calls for the removal of CCRB Chairman Richard Emery due to his law firm's representation of CCRB complainants in lawsuits against police officers. Lynch notes that the arrangement creates a "clear and irreconcilable" conflict of interest that prevents Emery from upholding CCRB's City Charter mandate to investigate complaints against police officers fairly and independently.
Wednesday, February 17, 2016
A New York Post opinion column by Bob McManus called “The deBlasio Culture of Corruption” zeroes in on CCRB chairman Richard Emery’s conflict of interest created by his law firm representing CCRB complainants in civil suits when the CCRB finds their complaints substantiated. McManus quotes Pat Lynch calling it an “irreconcilable conflict of interest.”
Tuesday, February 16, 2016
Saturday, February 13, 2016
New York 1 News's political reporter, Grace Rauh, examines the political implications of the Liang verdict during which PBA Pat Lynch notes that turning an accident into a crime will have a "chilling effect" on patrol officers. Lynch also notes that the mayor picks his words cautiously but that police officer need to see actions to feel supported.
Friday, February 12, 2016
Pat Lynch calls the manslaughter conviction of PO Peter Liang “absolutely wrong” that will have a “chilling effect” on police across the city by criminalizing a tragic accident. Stories appeared in: Times; Daily News; Post; Newsday; Wall Street Journal; Politico/Capital NY; DNAinfo; Washington Post; The Guardian; Huffington Post; Yahoo news and Reuters news service and on WLNY; WINS; New York 1 news; CBS 2 news; News 12 Long Island.
In a separate story, PBA president Pat Lynch hammers the City Council speaker’s plan to wipe out nearly 700,000 misdemeanor warrants noting that neighborhoods will become “cesspools.” The story was reported on CBS 2 news and WINS radio news.
Thursday, February 11, 2016
Press release: PBA President on PO Pete Liang being found guilty of manslaughter: Jury got it wrong
In the NY Post, Pat Lynch notes the problems created by a lack of quality of life enforcement as the City Council speaker pushes to wipe over 700,000 arrest warrants off the books.
Hero police officer Diara Cruz is released from the hospital to be greeted by the PBA president and a host of her friends and colleagues. Stories appear in DNAinfo; the Post; the Daily News; Newsday and on New York 1 News; News 12 the Bronx; NBC 4 News; Fox 5 News and News 12 Long Island.
Tuesday, February 9, 2016
The Chief Leader, in a story about PO Liang’s accidental discharge that killed a bystander, quotes Pat Lynch regarding the hazards of vertical patrols saying that there is nothing “routine” about them. In a separate article, The Chief Leader notes Lynch’s observation that waking sleeping subway passengers is a “band-aid” approach to a problem and an attempt to conceal a shortage of police officers.
Monday, February 8, 2016
Saturday, February 6, 2016
Hero police officer Patrick Espeut walks out of Lincoln Hospital to the applause of his fellow officers less than 24 hours of being shot. Pat Lynch uses the occasion to call for the hiring of more police officers. The story is reported by: the Daily News; News 12 the Bronx on Lynch's remarks and Officer Espaut's walkout; CBS 2 News; News 12 Long Island; Fox 5 News; PIX 11 News.
The New York Times, the Wall Street Journal and National Public Radio report the impact of the Cruz/Espeut shooting on the trial of PO Peter Liang whose accidental discharge killed an innocent bystander.
A Daily News editorial calls for the Mayor to veto a huge City Council raise noting that police, who risk their lives on the job, only got a 1% raise.
Friday, February 5, 2016
Following the shooting of hero POs Patrick Espeut and Diara Cruz, Pat Lynch spoke to the media from a conference room at Lincoln Hospital citing the dangers of vertical patrol and calling on the public to inform police of anyone that they know who has an illegal weapon. Lynch’s remarks appeared in: Daily News; Times; Newsday; Politico; DNAinfo; Times Union, Albany and WINS radio; News 12 the Bronx; PIX 11 News; 770 AM radio.
The NY Times reported on steps being taken by the City and NYPD to protect police officers who are accused in frivolous lawsuits. Pat Lynch noted that the program was “a strong step in the right direction” but that the jury was still out on its effectiveness.
Pat Lynch calls the department’s plan to wake a sleeping passengers on subway trains an attempt to conceal the fact that there are not enough police officers to cover the subway and calls it a band-aid approach. Stories appeared on: ABC 7 news; Fox 5 news and on WINS radio news.
Press release: PBA President: There's nothing routine about routine vertical patrol
Thursday, February 4, 2016
Wednesday, February 3, 2016
Press release: Subway crime solution: More cops
As the family of Ramarley Graham calls on Mayor de Blasio to fire police officer Richard Haste, PBA president Pat Lynch said: “ Regardless of the facts in this case, a family lost a loved one and they have our sympathy, but grief and emotion can never override due process.” The story was reported on PIX 11 News and New York 1 News, and you can read Lynch’s entire statement here.
Tuesday, February 2, 2016
Sunday, February 1, 2016
Friday, January 29, 2016
In part one of a wide-ranging interview with FiOS 1 News's Dominic Carter, Pat Lynch discusses the trial of P.O. Peter Liang and the boycott of cop-hating director Quentin Tarantino. See also part two of the interview.
See the PBA's ad in the March issue of American Police Beat, thanking the nationwide law enforcement community for supporting the boycott of cop-hating filmmaker Quentin Tarantino's "The Hateful Eight."
Wednesday, January 27, 2016
A memorial Mass at Our Lady of Lourdes Church in West Harlem marked the 10th anniversary of the line-of-duty death of P.O. Kevin Lee, with his family, colleagues and PBA board members in attendance. PBA President Pat Lynch and Manhattan North Financial Secretary Joe Strong spoke during the Mass. See photos in the Gallery and on Facebook.
Tuesday, January 26, 2016
Saturday, January 23, 2016
In an article in the Daily News about fellow arbitrators' defense of Howard Edelman, Pat Lynch indicates that the PBA has filed a formal complaint against him with the American Arbitration Association and notes that they should not prejudge Edelman's actions before having all the facts in the case. See Lynch's full statement.
Friday, January 22, 2016
The Daily News, in its follow-up to their front-page exclusive (see it here) about the notorious PERB chairman, Howard Edelman, notes, among other things, that he accepted future work from NYC while chairing the PBA contract panel. Also covered on WINS radio.
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Thursday, January 21, 2016
P.O. Sherrod Stuart received a hero's salute from PBA board officers and dozens of his colleagues as he left the Hospital for Special Surgery to continue his recovery from injuries he sustained in a Jan. 9 shootout in the Bronx. P.O. Stuart was wheeled out holding a photograph of his hero uncle, Port Authority P.O. Walwyn Stuart, who was killed in the line of duty after helping to evacuate the WTC PATH station on 9/11. See photos on Facebook.
Front page of the NY Daily News blasts PERB chairperson Howard Edelman’s $115,000 payday while awarding a “measly” 1% raise to police officers. Lynch is quoted saying that Edelman didn’t “legitimately earn his pay.” (Read Lynch’s entire statement.)
A terrorist threat against police officers in Philadelphia and NYC that originated in Manhattan resulted in warnings by the NYPD and the PBA to officers to take all precautions. Stories were reported in: Daily News; Wall Street Journal; Newsday; WINS radio; NY 1 News; News 12 the Bronx; Fox 5 news and ABC 7 news.
Wednesday, January 20, 2016
Tuesday, January 19, 2016
This week’s Chief Leader quotes Pat Lynch in reaction to outrageous pay raises for elected officials.
Saturday, January 16, 2016
Friday, January 15, 2016
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Press release: Nationwide law enforcement boycott started by NYC PBA hurts cop-hater Tarantino’s “stinker” Hateful Eight
Calling huge raises for elected officials an “abomination” and an “insult to all police officers,” Pat Lynch’s vehement objections are reported in several news accounts of the Mayor’s approval of the raises. Stories appear in: Politico: Daily News; CBS 2 News; WINS radio; WLNY News; Post; the Observer; and NY 1 News. Read Lynch’s entire statement on the raises here.
Thursday, January 14, 2016
Press release: PBA President calls elected officials' raises an abomination and an insult
Saturday, January 9, 2016
Photo Gallery: Three Kings Celebration
Gilbert and Catherine Lee, parents of fallen P.O. Kevin Lee, visited several Manhattan North commands as part of Concerns of Police Survivors' Law Enforcement Appreciation Day (C.O.P.S. L.E.A.D.). P.O. Lee was assigned to the Manhattan North Grand Larceny Unit when he suffered a fatal heart attack in 2006 following a foot pursuit and struggle with three suspects. Patrol Bureau Manhattan North PBA Delegate Billy Rivera served as the Lee's escort for the day. See photos on Facebook.
Friday, January 8, 2016
Thursday, January 7, 2016
Tuesday, January 5, 2016
The Daily News reports the NYPD’s request to the CCRB to provide a tally of yes and no votes in cases where complaints against officers are substantiated. PBA president Pat Lynch writes the Daily News in support of releasing that information noting that, unlike grand juries, board members are permanent fixtures who rule on many cases and whose biases can have a devastating impact on a police officer’s career. Chris Dunn of the NYCLU argues it leaves members vulnerable to retaliation by the department.
Monday, January 4, 2016
Saturday, January 2, 2016