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Local 724 to join AFSCME Legal Defense Program.
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Discounted rates on all types of insurance
from our liability insurance carrier.
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3 retired traffic officers together!

Walt Morency, Retired Traffic Sgt. Dominic Bonanno (89 years old),
and Eddie Hedge. Sgt Moreau in back

 

 

Smak Dab is BACK!

Rusty and Sco-Jo and the band to jam at Octane
June 30th

 

 

 

Alex and Jordan complete grueling week long Police bike training!

See highlight video of training

 

 

Chief Reichard sends Ritas Italian Ice to the squad for Fathers Day!

Dyer misses out on FREE food!

 

Numerous members recognized with U.S. attorney awards!

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Members of the New London Police Department, including Capt. Brian Wright, Det. Christopher Kramer, Det. Richard Curcuro and Det. Sgt. Lawrence Keating were honored for their role in the April conviction of Nathaniel Smith, who was sentenced to 13 years in prison for preying on a local 13-year-old girl......

 

 

Sailfest hiring to begin 6/21

 

 

Car 32 sent to the shop for new paint job!
Unfortunately the spare car has the same issue...


From the comment section of The Day

You have a dead downtown because heavy traffic just runs right through it with zero incentive to stop and property owners who just sit on their properties. Some new business have come... aaand gone and some are still hanging in there but most of what you see is not appealing to any EBer getting out of work trying to make it home. EB is not the problem here. The problem is how your city looks to ANYONE travelling in it. Just yesterday an NLPD K-9 unit pulled up behind me. Hood was all painted up splotched with primer looking like it belonged in someone's chop shop. That's an example of the face of New London right now.

 

 

 

 

Local 724 supports
The East Celebrity Elite Competition Cheer Team "Rockstars"


The Rockstars competed at the Summit in Orlando Florida
against teams throughout the nation.
They placed 4th in the nation for their competition group.

 

 

Special Olympics Torch run Patty raises $500!

Team 724 More pixs

 

Negotiation team meets with special council

 

An Act Concerning Police Misconduct, was branded
an insult to law enforcement by the House Republican leader!

Bill was tabled, essentially dead for the session.
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Rep. Chris Soto urges support of a bill that Reps. P.B. Miller, left,
and Robyn Porter, knew would not get a vote.

Rep. Chris Soto, D-New London, who performed law-enforcement duties with the U.S. Coast Guard, said the revised bill established a clear standard for police and the use of force, a protection for police and the public.
He said the bill was not anti-police.

 

 

 

Make a wish benefit Volleyball tournament
Team 724 donates $320 to make-a-wish
Goes 3-1 in tournament

See more action photos

 

 

 

With the help of Chief Reichard, for the first time in years, NLPD has been
successful in obtaining Click It or Ticket overtime grant funding!

The enforcement period will begin 5/22, and run until June 4th.

Chief Ackley never did this...

 

 

 

Dee christens new pd lunch room kitchen!

Serves Day shift Sunday breakfast.

 

 

Congratulations to Josh Bergeson and Rick Stringer
MADD award winners!

This is Josh's 5th MADD award and Ricks 1st!
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Union feeds all Officers and Mutual aid personal during President detail!

 

Union and City have Mediation on
members cell phone grab.

Initial talks go no where.
Union optimistic an agreement can be
reached without obstructionist at the table.

 

Contract
Negotiations Monday 5/22

Its that time of year...

Will the weekend hostage situation cease..?

Overtime limits announced from Financial Director Don Gray.

Overtime is approved for emergencies, for filling a vacancy in a public safety position where the vacancy occurs due to illness, previously scheduled vacation, or previously scheduled holiday. Any other time off that will produce the filling of the position on an overtime basis is to be avoided.

 

 

 

Out with the old...
New break room gets make over


Historic old Roll Call Table


Roll call table as seen in 111 Union St Police HQ.
Pres' also wants to purge all old trophys.


Anyone interested in collecting any of the old PBA trophys - contact Admin.




Retirees wrap up the end of firearms training.

See more retired shootas

724 breaking news:
Kevin Lembo to announce exploratory committee for Governor

Lembo being escorted to Norwich for announcement by Ret' DC Chip Segar

 

 

Supervisors and Patrol taking a beating on order ins

City recruiting certified Officers!
We need help!
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Happy Order-in Easter!

DA makes the most of his Oi and visits the L and M Pediatrics wing with The Easter Bunny and Members from Elk Lodge 360

PD' vs BDJMS challenge basketball game!

Cops beat 8th graders in a close game!
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Sports becomes latest outlet for New London to keep building bridges

Firearms begins 4/10

Officers may wear soft clothes to range
Bring a lunch
Meet in roll call 0700


Firearms Photos Click here



Lindy joins the 300 club

 

 

Pension Bill Meeting



Zak Levy

 

 

2017 Annual Council 4 Conference at the Omni Hotel, New Haven.

Read Chucks Convention update


State Comptroller - Kevin Lemo
Speaker of the House - Joe Aresimowicz


Staff Rep' Johnny Miller


Council 4 Executive Director Sal Luciano

 

 

SRO M Lewis was asked to join the kids in staff vs students volleyball which was gladly accepted.

Staff vs girls team and Capt Bergeson joined part of the bridging gaps initiative.

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Union meets with City for
first negotiations of the year.



Rifle Policy hammered out
Members may now carry their own rifle and other benefits

Future dates for negotiations set
4/21, 4/28, 5/10


 

 

Captain Bergeson came to BDJMS for a meet-and-greet lunch with students.

Captain, toured the High Road School, talked with the kids about the excitement
of being a police officer, before giving them the ‘ins and outs’ of the police car.

 

 

"Special thanks to Captain Bergeson, from New London Police Department


who stopped to personally congratulate out Teacher of the Year,
Erin Arzamarski, and to meet student leaders.

 

 

 

Volunteers being solicited for the following committees:
Awards committee
Uniform committee

Submit memo to Capt T Berg' by 3/21

President takes to the field in Fort Myers!

 

Retirees at spring training!

The Prez takes the Col' out to the ball game!

Lorenzo (499) enjoys a Mets game.

 

 

 

Mike Buscetto Sr and Jr donate
$3,000 to Police Union!
for K-9 program. THANK YOU!

Tom Northup presents Mayor Passero with
unit flag from Middle East!

 

   

 


Local 724 working 24/7

Local 724 responded immediately to L&M Hospital to provided any assistance necessary assistance to two injured Montville officers after being involved in shooting incident on Chesterfield Road.

NLPU delivered 5 pizzas and refreshments to the waiting area for the large number family and friends who came to hospital to support their brother and sister officers.
Local 724 is proud to stand side by side when the call for assitance is heard.

 

A similar message
Its been a rough few years... We're moving forward


Union Meeting has unprecedented list of invited guests attend:
Mayor Mike Passero, CAO Steve Fields, Chief Reichard and PCRC Chairman Rich Baez.



 

 

 

BDJMS students chose to play Mario Cart with Officer Benway as an incentive for outstanding behavior.

Principle Allison Birdick: Thanks very much to NLPD for their efforts to engage in our school community!

Chief Reichard joins BDJMS students for lunch.

He shared some of his career experiences, heard feedback from the kids about their perspectives of NLPD, and heard more about their career interests.

 

 

Congratulations Rob and Max

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All councilors attend promotion ceremony...
Except for one!

 

 

Members step up during public comment to
voice their concerns over PCRCs direction
under Chairperson Wraight.

Rich Baez voted in as
new PCRC Chairperson -Unopposed!

Local 724 would like to recognize long time board members
Mary Gravel, Wayne Vendetto and past member Carl Lee!
Thanks for your service over the years.

Congratulation Rich we look forward to working
in a positive direction!

 

 

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Officers and prisoners
sweat it out


as New England Mechanical attempts to fix HVAC
unit....AGAIN!

 

Success of seatbelt grant
results in
speed enforcement grant!

Beginning 7/1

 

 

 

Congratulations
Master Patrolman
Dan Jaramillo and
Wayne Neff!

20 years

 

Quaker Hill elementary students flood HQ with numerous cards of thanks and support for police week!

one of the hand made cards
from students

AFSCME President Lee Saunders' tribute to law enforcement officers:

Watch video message

 

 

Colonel just realizes he might of been screwed!

What the?!
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I.T. problems getting the
best of Cities geek squad.

MDT's and COLLECT down
more than up

Hopefully help is on the way!

City recuiting certified Officers!
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Local 724 celebrates 50 years with AFSCME!

 




Bridgeport deputy police chief retires with $450,000 payout and pension!

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47 years- saved sick/holiday time

 

Sgt Max pulls some dance moves at Community
Talent show
rehearsal

 

 

New police ID's being issued!

See Sgt Keating for appointment

Patrol numbers dwindling!

Loss to promotion & resignations has it looking like another hostage summer approaching!

 

The long suffering broken bathroom stalls in men's locker room are scheduled to be fixed soon by DPW!

With the new partitions and hardware that has been stored in the maintenance bay for the last 4 years!

Even after numerous fixes of the roof @ police HQ.

sIt still leaks...
The bucket brigade in the lunch room

 

Union letter to editor

New London police
did their job

 


Sector 2 has a new daily assignment!

Govt on the cheap...

 

 

Conn College student apologizes for post about New London police.
Messier's FB page

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Josh promoted to Detective!

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2 Hall of famers

Wade Boggs and Pres Lynch

 


Watch live council
meetings here

 

Now on sale at Capital Uniforms.

NLPD knife w/ logo $19

 

Union and City come to agreement -

Depts K-9 Trainer will be involved in selection process of new K-9 handlers.


Meet Darwin Garnett

Norwich Bulletin
NLPD and Marine Vet

 

50 Families get
Holiday meals!


Holiday drive conducted jointly by the school district and New London firefighters and police officers.

 


Remember.. Part of your Union dues goes to.

Legal defense fund

 

Union Challenge coins have arrived

 

 

Our Dear Leader
Wraight at it Again
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Listen to Lee Elci interview W/ Pres Lynch (17MB)
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Streck and Romanos business
up and running!

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