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We now have a new vendor for our IAPSNJ Apparel. Go to the link to the right to be taken to the vendor’s web portal and browse the available items. To go quickly in your bowser., type iapsnj.org/clothing
Download Flier Below] 2018 IAPSNJ Special Olympics Pasta Night Flier More than 50 police officers, students and volunteers will prepare and cook food all day. More than 1,000 homemade meatballs will be made from scratch along with stuffed … Continue reading »
The deadline for 2018 Scholarship Applications is March 31st. Please go to the Scholarship Page ASAP to get an application.
honor Law Enforcement, Fire Fighters, Military and sports teams. Each flag is made from recycled pallets and hand painted. Due to the various different wood pallets which these are constructed from, each flag is unique and signed by myself using my … Continue reading »
Congratulations to Salvatore Bivona On his promotion to the rank of Lieutenant with the New Jersey Transit Police Department this past February 1st. Lieutenant Bivona is a long time member of the IAPSNJ. He will be assigned to District 2, at … Continue reading »
Our thoughts and prayers are with the Jersey City Police Department which suffered the line of duty death of Lieutenant Chris Robateau, Friday, January 5, 2018. Please keep his family & his JCPD family in your prayers
As we begin the New year let’s congratulate Executive Board member Richard Giordano and long time member Robert Kane on their promotion to Sergeant in the Belleville PD. Congratulations to Rich and Bobby on well deserved promotions! … Continue reading »
We are currently looking for a new clothing vendor who will attend our meetings and events. Until then, go to iapsnj.org/clothing for an interim solution with a vendor whom we have done business for quite a while.
Hello members, Many of us are on Facebook and many of us like to answer those surveys or questions that others in a group ask, like what was your 3rd grade teacher, or your favorite bakery in the old neighborhood. … Continue reading »
UPDATE: 1-2-2018: Though 2018 is here, don’t expect the net neutrality debate to disappear. Though the FCC’s repeal last month was devastating, it’s had the pleasant side effect of turning the issue mainstream—so mainstream that it’s sure to become a talking point in … Continue reading »