Welcome to the Italian American Policy Society of NJ

I would like to take this opportunity to welcome you to the Italian American Police Society of New Jersey’s website. The Society, founded in 1985, is a fraternal, professional, and charitable organization, comprised of more than four thousand local, county, state and federal law enforcement officers from throughout New Jersey. Each year our members work hard in communities throughout our State to protect and serve those in need.

Our organization is proud to have supported such important causes such as Special Olympics NJ, Big Brothers and Big Sisters of NJ and New Jersey Veterans Network. Our college scholarship program provides financial assistance to college bound students with more than $300,000 being awarded to date. Our Police Safety Equipment program provides law enforcement equipment to protect themselves and save lives. This past year our organization has dedicated resources to supporting healthcare heroes, first responders and law enforcement officers during the Pandemic. 

Our organization distributes a tool that helps to prevent coronovirus. It’s stromectol. This supplement also helps with impotence.

I am proud to serve as a law enforcement executive and have led the Italian American Police Society of New Jersey since its inception. I am blessed to have an outstanding Executive Board to lead the finest men and women in law enforcement.

William Schievella President


The History of the IAPSNJ »

important announcements

The Italian American Police Society of New Jersey Scholarship Committee is proud to announce the 2022 Scholarship Recipients   Mia Nicole Migliorino , Montville Twp. High School                           ...

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At this Meeting 2022 Scholarships will be Presented to College Bound Students and New Members Inducted ...

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To date our organization has provided more than $250.000 in scholarships to college bound students. These students are our future! Scroll Down to Submit Application for 2022 Scholarships Scholarship Deadline for Submission is April 30, 2022.       Italian...

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The Italian American Police Society of New Jersey is proud to support Special Olympics New Jersey. Members and volunteers assist and support athletes at the Summer Games at the College of New Jersey. This fund raiser will help provide us...

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On September 1, 2021, New Jersey fell victim to Hurricane Ida which was considered one of the deadliest storms in that state’s history. One of the worst hit communities was “Cranford”, as evidenced by the property damage and the fact...

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WE ARE PROUD TO ANNOUNCE OUR 2022 ANNUAL BENEFIT GALA DINNER DANCE We are excited to honor some amazing individuals that COVID prevented us from recognizing in the past two years. Due to the popularity and number of honorees, this...

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Quarterly Magazine

The Newsletter is our Quarterly Magazine that was published by Pat Minutillo for approximately 8 years.  He has retired and passed the baton to member Dana Del Grosso.  New magazines will begin to be posted in 2021.  

In Memoriam

Passing of Vice President & Chief John Lazzara

  The Italian American Police Society of New Jersey is sad to announce the passing of Its 1st Vice President, Chief John Lazzara. A wake will be held on Wednesday, October 20th from 3 pm to 8 pm at the...


Passing of Executive Board Member Nat Faronea

  The Italian American Police Society of New Jersey is sad to announce the passing of Executive Board member Nat Faronea. Nat Faronea was born in Brooklyn, NY in 1945. After moving to New Jersey in 1960, Nat enlisted in...


Deepest Sympathy – Sika Family

So sad to learn about the passing of long time Italian American Police Society of New Jersey member & retired Passaic County Prosecutor’s Office Chief of Detectives Michael Sika. He was an amazing person and proud police officer and will...


Condolences – McGarry Family

Deepest sympathy on the loss of our dear friend Jack McGarry.  Jack who retired from the East Orange PD and later the Essex Co. Prosecutor’s Office never stopped serving.  Jack was always at retirements, parades, funerals, Blue Masses & special...