Thank you NL Hospitality for
the 35 Chinese lunches.
Original Neighborhood Alliance and police partner Waldren “Pokey” Phillips passes
Photo from The Day
Thank you Chief and Burdick family for the new TV in the lunch room!
Read it NOW
CSP with their MRAP protecting the Capitol. Being used to protect the ones who voted for the police accountability act. You can use it to protect politicians but not cops and citizens
Council 4 Releases Priorities for 2021 Legislative Session
Protecting Collective Bargaining & Workers’ Rights
6 New recruits to will attend the academy remotely
The poison pen… at it again!
Attempts to orchestrate a PCRC vote to be involved in Contract negotiations but FAILS
Union buys and grills grub for New Years!
Someone cares about Patrol…
Thank you Galante Family!
Full circle – Christmas Eve 2019 to 2020
NL Police Union and J Pelchat offer gift cards to the Warrans.
Rayquan Warren, Sgt J Pelchat and Savahn Warren.
On Christmas Eve, city police officers surprised 12-year-old Savahn Warren with a bundle of gifts the day after his mother, Asia Warren, was found dead in their home and his brother Rayquan was arrested in front of him on an outstanding warrant. Read
Mike Buscetto,Fire and Police Unions team up for Holiday donations
Dee and Chef Tom deliver meals to needy NL families!
FD and PD provide clothes for 5 families 15 kids total!
Home Foundation supplies NLPD with more toys to distribute!
The poison pen!
Promotion final test results
We won’t be silenced!
As long as I’m in charge!
Listen Weds 0700 on 94.9fm
Local 724 didn’t even have a seat at the table for their input!
Public Safety Policy Review Committee
Thank you to Old Saybrook Police, CRAHD, Chief Spera and the OS Emergency Management team for providing NLPD with COVID Vaccines!
A huge thank you to Max Berstch for organizing!
Thanks Mad Mike for the New Years Eve feast!
It was the night before Christmas…. We’re here, but..
If you had NOT ONE of the Admin’ staff showing up today…? You win! See Moke for pay out..
Police Admin never ceases to amaze.. Pres Lynchs meeting to put recent Supervisors Order-ins at a minimum falls on deaf ears.
Sgts brace for impact, YOUR gonna be Ordered in for the Holiday!
Wait, what!? Christmas is the 25th this year!?
Keeps your eye what time all the Admin vehicles have left the lot on Christmas Eve… Moke taking odds on its prior to Noon..
Your lack of planning is NOT our emergency.
President has requested Grievance to by-pass step #1 and go DIRECTLY to City Hall!
Rob Picket steps up!
Cops helping cops.
Rob comes off vacation to take 2 shifts and save 2 Sgts from order in!
Thank you Mrs Denoyer for the cool NLPD face masks!
Thanks Chief for the cool kooszie!
Members raise $2,090 during No Shave
for American Cancer Society
City continues to blow chances to reorganize the Dept!
City refuses Unions offers and won’t counter offer.
Union pushes forward with Bad Faith Bargaining to the Labor Board. Promote 3rd Capt immediately!
Get well soon Dan J!
Pack the Paddy Wagon!
$1,230 in cash donations, 95 Birds, $250 in gift cards
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724 honors fallen Capitol Police Officer Brian Sicknick
MPP on Chiefs blow up of re-org gets hearing date!
There shall be 3 Capts goes to labor board Feb 10th
Joe Pelchat gets knighted to Training Sgt!
In 1963, John joined the New London Police Department. He served as president, vice president and treasurer of the Police Benevolence Association throughout his career as a police officer. After 32 years of service, he retired and was a lifetime member of the Police Association of Connecticut.
John donated numerous old time pictures that you see on our History page as well as The NLPD photo book. JP was 91.
NLPU remembers Sandy Hook.
Emilie’s playground Riverside Park
The NLPD photo book makes great holiday gift!
get it on Amazon or contact Sgt LM Keating 860-447-5285
A Message from the webmaster:
20 years of coding and 3 different web hosts. Now Pyramid MDT has brought us a new, clean, secure website.
As I slowly fade into the sunset, now any member can design and build the Union website.
Though the President and VP dictate some of the content, I have tried to keep a tongue in cheek approach and express the feelings from the locker room on issues that arise.
I encourage the next generation to keep this union strong, participate, donate your time, and always in solidarity!
2020 Firearms 300 shooters
Thank you NL Hospitality for