The New Lt's!
Good Luck Larry and George.
500 kids attend Easter egg hunt at Ocean Beach!
Sponsored by the NL police
the Police-Community Relations Committee, and Citizens on Patrol.
Retired members have a chat with the new
Santa Segar pays the bar tab at
Union Holiday party!
Boot Drive - 125 boots delivered - good job!
DA and Neil deliver
over 125 boots for TVCCA
FD / PD Toy
Drive during tree lighting ceremony.
Round two of toy collecting was again tainted by the City Administration,
denying the use of a police car to collect toys for the adopt
-a- family program!
Fire and police
members donate their time to collect toys for
the adopt a family, organized by police friend Joan Discordia.
Record numbers at Pack the paddy wagon !
DA and Andy Nemeth hold the fort
till the end...
$1261.10 in cash donations
1305 lbs in Turkeys (84)
Total Food- 2,770lbs
Gerald O. Maranda of
Orrs Island, Me.
NLPD 1962 to 1968
Maranda - A union organizer
and the Unions first secretary.
Maranda was also the first officer for the scooter patrol.
out to NLP Union from Maine and sends some old pictures!
Keep 'em coming Ger'!
Maxs pulls off another great Halloween event
100's of Kids trick or treat downtown in a safe environment..
Labor for Murphy rally
NLPU produces another BIG event!
More Pictures Go to
tube video Murphy storming the stage.
Union honors 2 at Goldies - Good Luck Trish and Meat!
Trish Lieteau long time training Sgt and NL native
Trish will be T/O for Chief Dittman @ Mashantucket pd.
Chris Miller continues his fight with
City on his retirement.
Mayor and 724 come to terms on numerous grievances!
Photo from Patch - Dirk Langeveld
Union pleased with cooperation with mayors office.
Read Chucks political
COPS Keep the Cup!
Win error filled benefit game 22-18.
Jay-Z the MVP!
Jeremy Zelinski with an inside the park
Bonkowski leads NLPD sailing team to victory!
Crew of Joe Pelchart and Dave Mac' help secure the win!
Nearly 300 kids attend New London
police national night out.
27 volunteers stepped up to assist from police, citizens on patrol,
new London Kiwanis, New London board of Ed, ledge light, and the
boys and girls club of southeastern Connecticut.
Kids interacted with officers while flying kites,
a scavenger hunt, beach games, swimming in the pool, and watching
"mall cop" on the beach. The police dept also provided
transportation to and from this event.
Raheem Ali Carter Memorial Flag Football
Poquonnock Plains Park Groton.
Raheem Carter was a Fitch High School graduate
and football star who went on to become a New London police officer.
He died of colon cancer at age 25. His mother, Sheila Perry, started
the annual flag football tournament 6years ago