Never Forget

September 11, 2001 20 Year Anniversary

The New London Police Department in concert with the New London Police Union commemorated the 20 year anniversary of the infamous attacks on September 11, 2001..

NLPD Officers attend commemoration ceremony at the McCourt 9/11 Memorial Garden at the Lyman Allyn Art Museum. Photo courtesy of The Day.

The New London Police Union extends our deepest condolences to the family of Connecticut State Police Sergeant Brian Mohl and our brothers and sisters of the Connecticut State Police.  

Rest easy Troop

 

Members attended Sgt. Mohl’s services on September 9, 2021. 

Send off for Danny!

Officer Jaramillo was a distinguished member of the NLPD and a highly respected member of the Firearms Cadre. 

Danny was presented with a plaque for his service by the NLPD Firearms Unit and also a retirement badge by Lt. Kalolo.

You will be missed!

New WEBSITE AND SOCIAL MEDIA CADRE!!

R. cable and r. linderson to handle Nlpu instragram, facebook and website

 

UNION MEETING 

October 6, 2021 @1500

NLPD LUNCH ROOM

 

New Movement in the PD – Chief makes special assignment selections 

S. Bolduc – K-9 Handler 

J. Lamont – Evidence (Secondary)

T. Northup – Firearms Instructor

Congratulations and Good Luck!

The New London Police Union would like to thank ALL of the residents of New London who showed up to have their voices heard at the polls. Regardless of how anyone chose to vote, we respect the citizens of New London for voting in this referendum. We now have clear direction for the future expressed today by residents of our city. We look forward to working with the city government and our residents to collaborate on what we all believe the future of NLPD to be.
 
Special thanks on behalf of the Local 724 to John Russell for his unrivaled support of the police department and for spearheading the campaign to get people to the polls.

Read it here on The Day.

 

Chief Wright Sworn In!

Membership attends ceremony and hosts reception at Hot Rods!

A HUGE shout out to Rod for the spread!

ERT Members present Chris Bunkley with plaque

Local 724 Members celebrate his accomplishment as a team member and wish him luck on his future endeavors. 

Union fundraiser begins

Local 724 uses funds, among other things, to provide support for community events and assist individuals in the New London Community 

Who’s calling and where does the money go
CLICK HERE for more

 

Mad Mike says goodbye!

Long time dispatcher bangs his last keyboard June 2nd

Back the Blue party at Filomena’s!

Great turnout for Lynch’s retirement and the Back the Blue event. Funds were raised to purchase ballistic vests for K-9 units from local Police Departments. 

Thank you to everyone who came and showed your support!

Thank you local business who have recently reached out to show their gratitude towards police!

Grillo Family provides dinner for the Pd!

Recovery Room delivers pizza to Pd for Police Week!

Thank you!

 

Long time Amtrak PD Jimmy Moran Passes.

 

 

 

August 10th

 

 

Daquan Stuckey, previously a State of Connecticut Judicial Marshall, is an alumnus of Quinnipiac University (Hamden, CT) with a bachelor’s degree in journalism and a New Jersey native. Starts the academy June 4th.

 

Chief stuns the membership with retirement!

Congratulations Chief on 34 years in Law Enforcement!

 

 

Congratulations Trish Lieteau to her promotion to Capt – Groton City

Read

Thank you Kat!Read Letter to editor
New London council showing its anti-police bias

 

 

Congratulations to our brothers at IAFF Local 1522

Battalion Chief Michael Leonard

Lieutenant Justin Curcio 

Firefighter Chris Bunkley

 
 
Retirees get qualified!
 
 
 
June and FINAL  update
Read full update HERE
We predicted this exodus last year from regressive legislation at the State Capitol and zero support from City Hall. Our elected officials have bent over backwards to appease the small but vocal anti police crowd at the expense of public safety.
Our cops have decided why stay where you aren’t welcome or appreciated. Councilors have ignored serious discussions with law enforcement professionals on city public safety other than repeat loud and often their zero sum plan that all education and social service agency revenues must only result from defunding the police budget.
 
 With W Neff retired… Who is the next Mr OBP!?

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Hostage crisis worsens!
Supervisors ordered -in on days off!
Members furious, morale at an all time low!
 
 
PCRC of the past. Picnic at Fulton park
sponsored by NLPU

 

 

 

724 mourns Sgt Mattson

“Mad Dog”


Breakfast send off for MPO Baker!


Late June party TBA at Hot Rods!

 

Thank you petition organizers!

We have met the threshold!
Taking the vote to the people!!

Read it

“The groups that led the charge and signed a letter requesting the repeal have been vocal about their efforts to defund the police department,” Goulart said. “This ordinance was the barrier. We’re not stupid. These two things are linked.”

 

Congrats Lt Keating and Sgt Linderson!

Click on thumbnails

 

Trustees roll up their sleeves and dig into the books!

Send their finding to the EBoard

 

 

NLPU mourns the recent loses of Capt Richard West
and Vinny Garcia.
 

 

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!

 

Bench at Ocean Beach

Outside the Ice cream stand


Officer Nott shows the Mitchell Early Education children tad pols that FF J Nott and Dee had caught.

 

The Midnight crusader Wayne Neff – 25 years

Click on photo gallery above.
Chief sends letter that Wayne has been nominated for the Distinguished Service Medal!
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Mr Ocean Beach is also long time EMT who often beat the fire department to many serious injury scenes. Wayne provided countless life saving first aid over his career. His retirement is another great loss for New London.

 

This is probably not a popular take among the defund-the-police crowd. Sorry. But I find the local defund-the-police crowd incorrectly applying a national narrative to a local domain, whose police force is professional and efficient. There’s no denying police brutality is very real and that Colin Kaepernick was right. But howling about it in New London, Ct., is misplaced, saying more about a group’s cries for attention than anything factual or practical.
READ Mike Dimauros Opinion

Dee reaches MPO status!


Settling old debts...

Roger finally re-pays
breakfast for Yvonne!

 

Honoring Raheem Carter

Read more

 

NLPU remembers Sandy Hook.

Emilie’s playground Riverside Park

The NLPD photo book makes great holiday gift!
get it on Amazon or contact LT LM Keating 860-447-5281

The Men and Woman of the New London Police Union donate their time to community events and charities.
The monies gathered during our fundraiser are released to the numerous organizations, most in

which Union members participate in.
LEARN MORE HERE

 

 

511 Police Officers ‘Feloniously Killed’ On Duty in Last 10 Years on Record.  READ

 

The House unanimously passed a bill Tuesday that “strengthens” the legal framework for what’s considered deadly use of force by a police officer and delays the training for police officers in the new standard.
READ


Rep. Tom O’Dea, R-New Canaan, said he felt the bill was rushed when it was passed during a special session last July and appreciates that the bill was revisited this session, even though Democratic lawmakers had initially been resistant to any changes.

 

Thank you Sue from TA Scotts and their collection of $700 for the K-9 program!

 

Capt Galante

Aft squad throws Lt Galante a last shift party

 

Rich Cable gets his MPO stripes!

 

American Cancer Society donation!

Alexis from ACS accepts 724’s donation

 

Original Neighborhood Alliance and police partner   Waldren “Pokey” Phillips passes

Photo from The Day

 

6 New recruits to will attend the academy remotely

 

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

 

 

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