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As we start this day we are reminded of 16 years ago on a morning like this where everything started out normal. People walking to work, school, just going about their daily lives. As we start this day we pray … Continue reading »
We are hoping the best for all of our members and friends who live in Florida and the other involved states. Many of our members have retired to the Sunshine State and are now in danger. Keep them and everyone … Continue reading »
Come and join us in recognizing some outstanding police officers and new members. Below is the information about the dinner meeting.
Come and join the Italian American Police Society of New Jersey at a Mass and Communion Brunch in NJ’s 1st Italian Catholic parish. Click Below to Download and Print an Invite Flier IAPSNJ Family Mass Flier 2017
Download a Flyer Here Twenty-Fifth Annual Liturgy of the BLUE MASS HONORING AND IN MEMORY OF LAW ENFORCEMENT PERSONNEL Trooper Frankie Williams NEW JERSEY STATE POLICE –––––– Remembering All Fallen Officers –––––– Lieutenant Bill Fearon NEW JERSEY STATE POLICE Sergeant Mark … Continue reading »
Congratulations to Al Stiehler retired Deputy Chief of the New Jersey Transit Police Department on his new role of Chief of Field Operations at the MTA Police Department in New York. Good Luck Al on your new assignment.
Brother Dave Cardone has part time work for retired armed officers in the Essex County area. Please call Dave at 973- 641-6579.
As posted on NorthJersey.com: EAST RUTHERFORD — Since he was 4 years old, Dennis Rivelli knew he wanted a career in law enforcement. “I saw a car go by with lights flashing, and I asked my dad about it. He said it’s … Continue reading »
We are saddened at the loss of Dominick A. D’Onofrio, 72, of Lodi, on June 27, 2017. Before retiring he was the Acting Chief of the Lodi Police Department and a member of PBA Local 26, as well as a … Continue reading »