Coach Zelinski to
lead team NLPU 724 in Carter memorial football game!
July 26 - Saturday
Police Union sponsors Neighborhood Alliance
childrens fishing tournament -
Tales, Tugs, & Sails 2014
July 26 @ Waterfront park
Register @ 9 am
Fishing 9-noon. Pizza and soda
Foreign Review Wins!
With festival over, time to put away the command
Local 724 Salutes and
a public Thank You to all the mutual aid police agencies that
made Sailfest 2014 possible:
AMTRAK Police, CT State Police, CT ENCON Police, DESPP-Homeland
Security, East Lyme, FBI-New Haven, FBI-CTIC, Groton City, Groton
Town, Montville, Norwich, Old Saybrook, US Coast Guard Station
New London, USCGA Police, US Homeland Security and Waterford Police.
2014 Sailfest comes to a close!
2 of Amtraks 25 cops, 2 Capts
and 2 star DC that provided NLPD assistance.
View of State St @ 0200 Hrs Sunday morning.
Wille Brown is anonymously given a NLPD Medallion
issued by the Chief to NLPD Officers working the festival.
Sgt Keating stands with former NLPD officers L
and J Knickerson now working for Waterford Pd. Thanks for your
Troops move out for the venue - Its begun!
its all fun now.....
Union flips bill for food AGAIN for Sailfest hostages.
Thanks Salvation army volunteers for cooking UNION food!
Elks donate water for thirsty Sailfest hostages! Thanks Elks!
Mrs Frankowitz from Coca Cola NNE donates 10 cases
and delivers it to waterfront substation for thirsty officers
Mokes Foreign Review (4) places 2nd!
Bumped twice by winner but
results stand after stewards inquiry
race book - watch race
Dino squad sends Lonnie off to retirement
Happy retirement Lonnie!
New flight bag squad gift / Lonnies son, Nick ,
in police academy, helps with the locker sale
Dinosaur squad salutes Lonnie!
retirement badge for the 25 year
Gov' Malloy VETOS Bill 426 (PA14-218)
Gov' Malloys letter
AN ACT CONCERNING PAYMENT OF THE COSTS OF
CERTIFICATION FOR A POLICE OFFICER.
Salute to the professional job performed by all officers!
by Tim Cook - The Day - Read it
Articles submitted by members for
the Corps to cops: How these military values translate to police
NLPD: Desperate for recruitment,
yet silent on retention Issues
Team 724 comes from
behind to WIN row boat challange!
Good job Team 724 ! (&CSP)
724 recognizes members who defused 2 critical incidents over the
Understaffed but professional all the way - Good job!
Montauk Ave stand off
Cross sound death threats
annual Convention May 22, 2014
Delegates for Local 724
& Todd with Gov' Malloy.
Lt Gov Nancy Wyman
Attorney General George Jepsen
receives "Labor Leader of the year" award.
Dan and the firearms team train retired officers
and 2 day rifle school
Retired officers set for certification
The Law Enforcement Officers Safety Act (LEOSA)
is a United States federal law, enacted in 2004, that allows two
classes of persons—the "qualified law enforcement officer"
and the "qualified retired law enforcement officer"—to
carry a concealed firearm in any jurisdiction in the United States,
regardless of state or local laws, with certain exceptions.
Another Marine training MISSED by NLPD!
NL sends no one to DEP Marine training, AGAIN!
All PD's were invited
I don't know why NL didn't send...
Oh, wait a minute. Ya I know why.
“I am pleased that the union and the mayor
are continuing to make positive progress in working together,”
Lynch said in the statement. “I speak for our members in
saying we all welcome Dave McElroy back to his job at the New
London Police Department.” Read
Cosmo and his first big Detective case gets grand
Good job entire investigation team!
Griff and J Berg complete Traffic investigation
Difficult 2 week school completed
Public Works and Police Union combine for new
lunch room TV
Good Job 123rd Training Troop !
Clachire - Troop K
Gorra - Troop F
Litwin, Starky, Marrcaccio - Troop D
- From the Courant
Past Fab Four
ends his career with long time dispatch partner Robin.
Robin and John complete 3-11 shift together.
A new survey of former New London police officers suggests that
the extraordinarily high turnover at the New London Police Department
is due to the mismanagement of Police Chief Margaret Ackley. Just
in the last 2 months, 13 officers have left the New London police
believe that the constant turnover and poor work environment at
the New London Police Department, which this survey links directly
to Chief Ackley, are major obstacles to keeping the public safe,”
said Jeffrey H. Matchett, Executive Director of AFSCME Council
15. Council 15 represents nearly 4,000 Connecticut police offices,
including those on the New London force. “Under Chief Ackley’s
watch, experienced officers are leaving New London in droves to
serve other communities”, according to the survey.
40 police officers that left during Chief Ackley’s tenure,
which began in June of 2009, were asked a number of questions
relating to their jobs at New London. When asked to identify factors
that led to their departures, more than six in ten officers ranked
a “harsh work environment,” among their top two choices.
Sixty-one percent selected “problems with the police chief,”
as their first or second most determining factor for leaving.
The former officers also indicated on the survey
that they considered their relationship with Police Chief Ackley
very poor, giving it a ranking of 2.6 on a 10 scale. This is contrasted
with satisfaction with their co-workers, direct supervisor, and
their union, all of which ranked above 7. “The results of
survey provide a compelling case for new leadership,” said
A press conference to discuss the full results of the survey is
currently being planned. An advisory will be disturbed when further
details are available.