- Contact the IAPSNJ
- Site Map
the Italian American Police Society of New Jersey's website. The Society was founded in 1985 and is New Jersey's largest police fraternal organization. The Society is comprised of more than four thousand local, county, state and federal law enforcement officers from throughout the state. The Society was founded with the purpose of promoting the role of Italian Americans in public service as well as enhancing public safety while supporting the law enforcement community.
Each year the Society hosts a number of charitable and to promote camaraderie and enhance the lives of our members. The Society is proud to support such important causes such as Special Olympics NJ, college scholarship program, police safety equipment give away project and many other social and educational programs. I am proud to have served as a law enforcement executive for twenty eight years 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.
Is a term you may or may not have heard before. As we tend to rely on the internet and data more and more, we absolutely need Net Neutrality. In short, without it, you may have to pay additional fees … Continue reading »
Today was a very good day for 4 of our members. Today was the Port Authority Police Department promotional ceremony. Brian Belfiore, son of retired PAPD Chief Robert Belfiore, promoted to Sergeant Michael Fusco, promoted to Detective Anthony Giordano, son of EB … Continue reading »
Join the Italian American Police Society of New Jersey and get in the Christmas Spirit. Below is the Printable Version of the flier for downloading. IAPSNJ 2017 Christmas Party
The Italian American Police Society of New Jersey is proud to announce its 2017 Columbus Day Parade Honorees. Chief Phyllis Bindi of the East Orange Police Department will serve as the Parade Grand Marshal in both New Jersey and New … Continue reading »
There is a new Phishing scam targeting Netflix Subscribers. Be aware, and Never click on an email link, even if you think it OK because you are a subscriber. Instead, go to your browser and type in “Netflix.com”. If there … Continue reading »
We are sad to inform our membership of the passing of James O’Brien. The brother in Law of Alan Sierchio passed away this morning from a long battle with cancer. His son Sean is a Little Falls Police Officer. … Continue reading »