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Workers organize labor unions primarily to secure better wages and better working conditions. We hold that they also organize in order to participate in the decision which affect them at work and the community.

Local 724 to join AFSCME Legal Defense Program.
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Discounted rates on all types of insurance
from our liability insurance carrier.
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Thompson & Peck


 

Police Union welcomes 2 new recruits!

Jarvis and Haji

Mayor publicly recognizes The Union President efforts for actively
pushing to fill vacant police positions and new promotions.


"I will continue to work with Chief Reichard and Mayor Passero
to repair the harm done by the previous Chief and Mayor."

 

 

 

FDNL / NLPD toy drive

The Waterford Wal-Mart. December 16 2018 from 1000-1400.

 

 


Union gets a Chris Dunn autographed basketball
Pres Lynch and John Seldon

 

 


Thank you Nichols family for TV at 40 Truman!

 

 



Over $1,800 raised!
Good job team NLPD!


Thanks LT Kalolo, Chief Reichard and
Alexis Naliga of ACS Northeast region!

 

 

Local 724 has sneak Peak of NEW Hannafins (Groton)

Deo Hanafin renovating former Norm’s Diner 171 Bridge Street Groton City
as new Irish Pub. Expects to open prior to 2019 St Patrick’s Day

 

 

Pack the Paddy Wagon
101 turkeys
$800+ in cash donations!
more info
Unions longest running charitable cause.
More pictures

 

Anthony says keep it clean!

Scrubs filthy car for 45 minutes

 

Congratulations Max!


US Attorny's Community Policing Award!

 

 


 




The Pension Bomb


State and local governments face a $5 trillion dollar unfunded pension liability.


Politicians in Connecticut, New Jersey and Illinois are especially irresponsible when it comes to not funding pension plans...

 

 

We need to learn from Friday night’s ugly scene and never repeat it

So let me just say this to the city’s leadership: New London’s priorities need an overhaul.

Nobody cares about Fort Trumbull, City Pier, State Pier, who wins the bid for the Crystal Ave. property or what businesses are or aren’t coming to Bank St. Our primary concern is safety. A fully staffed police department allows officers to patrol Bank and State Streets, creating both the perception and the realism that the city is a safer place.

And if the woefully understaffed police department doesn’t become the top priority of our leadership — now — then our leadership knows nothing of its city and its citizens. Nothing. Zero.

 

 

 

NLPD rifle team 2018
(minus photographer D Jaramillo)


 

Officer Lewis proudly displays his trophy as winner of the 2018 “Gong” championship.
Officer Lewis rang the gong out to a distance of 75 yards defeating the entire field of our competitors!

 

 

Rededication ceremony held for stone honoring
New London girl killed in 9-11 attacks



(Sarah Gordon / The Day)

 

 

 

Members take it to the court!
New BB court at 40 Truman St

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Congratulation Sgt Bergeson and Detective Cassiere!

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Union members have a fishing day with BDJMS students!

 

Retired members interested in a Diecast vehicle contact Roger

Have you name, rank and badge/PIN #
on the box and vehicle.

 

What makes us happy....

Fridays, Pay days.....
and the finishing touches on our new expanded parking lot!

 

 

Union benefits for the UNION Mmeber


Enroll now to receive up to $20,000* of our No Cost To You Accidental Death Insurance Coverage provided exclusively by Union Plus for one full year.

 

 

Firearms 2018



300 shoota's so far!

 

 

724 at the Gov' Labor rally!

 

Locker room flooded!

 

 

Remediation of mold in SC office begins!

 

 

 

 

Squad and Dept' sees ScoJo off into retirement


Clay throws some green to the bar for the cause!


Yvonne makes Scott Lasagna!


Proclamation from The City, S Fields

Retirement badge from Union & $$ Golf cert' from squad

Newest member of retired Muddy Waters Cop Club

Chief presents gift Cert' to Muddy Waters for
retired Cop Club


Got ya!
This is for you Marco

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Officers Malero and Dyer at the It Takes a Village
back to school event at BDJMS.

#buildingbridges

 

 

They say the Grinches heart grew 5X that day....

Mad Mike makes breakfast for dayshift!

 

 

Griff rips up the track the Waterford speed bowl !

 

   


Block Island Shenanigans!


Thanks to all the Union volunteers
and all mutual aid departments that made the night a success!

Special thanks to star of the show
Mr Balloon animal, Josh Malaro!


 

 

 

Arooga’s made a big donation to members of the union volunteering their time.

Good job Mike!


NL police Union recognize Samayra for her outstanding
contributions to school and the community!

Max represents at the middle school deep sea fishing expedition!

 

 


The New London Police Union- AFSCME Local 724 Executive Board unanimously voted to endorse Democrat Kevin Lembo for re-election as State Comptroller, citing his unwavering support for middle class working families and dedication as the fiscal guardian of our pension and health care plans for many first responders.

 

 

Afts send off Jordan and the Bro with
a pizza party!

Squad changes

Day shift surprises Rusty

Happy 59!

 

 

FDNL and AFT rally at parade plaza!

 

Supreme Court Sides with Billionaires Over Working People
Janus v. AFSCME Council 31

AFSCME President Lee Saunders.

President Lynch:
"It would be a horrible mistake for any member to opt out of the union"
"They will hear our voices loud and clear!"

 

 

Sgt LM Keating and Sgt Flynn attend Walt Greene funeral via NL MC

Connecticut State Trooper First Class Walter Greene passed away in the line of duty following a courageous battle with cancer as a result of his response and service in support of New York City in the aftermath of the September 11, 2001, terrorist attack.

 

Team 724 goes 1-3 at Make-a-wish benefit!


Past years pictures

 

 


Jesse and Iris helecopter training!

 

Polishing the turd...

PW sands and gives cell block a new coat of paint!

 

 

Board of Ed buys Panara Bread lunch for entire district!

While Police Union must feed their members during
major events bcs police budget is bare bones.

 

 

Afternoon squad squeezes in a Memorial Day picnic!

Ordered in Day shifter says; "You Afts guys are Allllll Right!"

 

 



The big three...

 

 


Kyle Lamontagne promoted to Sgt New Britian pd!
read it
The damage done by Chief Ackley will continue to be felt in
years/decades to come. As the loss of young brilliant officers like
Kyle Lamontagne will perform and shine elsewhere.

Great job Kyle!
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“Kyle will take his passion for policing, community outreach and leadership to a new level today and we will be better for it,"

 

 

New K-9 shirts now available!

T-Shirts available now.
Orders are being taken for special sizes and Sweatshirts.

Email: I want a T-Shirt or jkondash@ci.new-london.ct.us

 


 

Sailfest 2017

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Rich Cable and NL Police Union remember the victims of Sandy Hook.

Thank you Fisher Florist.
Riverside Park playscape

 

Union secures food for its members for Christmas Eve and Xmas Day from Recovery Room!
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Thanks Capt Bergeson for ordering the Holiday grub!


Chucks update

Dec' and end of the year' political update

 


Testing for leaks in the roof...

 

Long time Union leader - Cpl Charlie Alloway Passes

Served as Corporal for more than 40 years.

Served as President for the New London Police Dept inaugural years as a newly-formed Local 724.

 

Congratulations
Sgt Dave Ferland!

Waterford pd gets another highly qualified cop..
Thanks again Peg
!


Chief willing to
double down!

If Members pony up more $ donations.. Beards can last thru December!

 

 


Clay Sizer still living a life of public service. Norwich area Veterans Council- VP

Photo is from the Norwich 100th Anniversary of Armistice Day - Chelsea Parade.

 

 

40 Truman getting new furniture and TV
phot from the day
Be patient with construction.

 


Submit parking lot ideas
by Nov 8th

Have a say it your lot!
Drop ideas anonymously in Union box.

 

New meaning for
Rain Locker..

Locker room a wash..
AGIAN

 

 

Union wins arbitablity on Detectives HA Grievance!
Next stop Wethersfield!

City argues case could not go to arbitration, C4 prevails and HA Grev is alive.

 

 


Honor Guard McCourt
garden

Parking lot
Cements dry.....

 

 

Mat Cassiere last
day in patrol.

Afts has pizza celebration

 

 

 

Action photos from NLPD v NPD softball game

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Norwich Bulletin
"Meet a Vet"


NLPD's own Clay Sizer

 

 

 

 

First day of school

Jimmy hits it BIG! $$

 

Its mind boggling what we spend our money on..!?

 

Dan J supplies mother
and son a TV

after they lose belongings in a domestic case.

 

 

This mids guy can work days...Anytime!

Cable-Cabe treats Dayshifters to some donuts!

 

PD lawn gets cut!
Cancel call to blight officer

 

NLPD v Norwich


Congrates Jordan S and Marco Z

VIS & SWNTF bound

 

 

 

 

President on the field

Yanks v Red Sox
Game of the week!


 



Weekend Overtime
/ Order-in update.

16 vacant shifts Aug 19
18 vacant shifts Aug 12
20 vacant shifts Aug 5
20 vacant shifts July 29
20 vacant shifts July 22
84 shifts over Sailfest wknd
20 vacant shifts June 23rd
14 vacant shifts June 16th
23 vacant shifts June 9th
15 vacant shifts June 2nd
18 vacant shifts May 27th
21 vacant shifts May 20th
23 vacant shifts May 12th

 

Day shift takes over the grill
for an afts feast!


Jordan S whips up breakfast!

Sailfest selfies

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NEW RECUITS WANTED

Apply by 8/10
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Congrates Trish!

Trish Lieteau to be promoted to Sgt - Groton City July 2

 


Katherine Keating goes high to capture Department photo

for her new NLPD in
pictures book
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Six union members attend Trooper Miller’s funeral.

Lt Pickett, Lt Galante, Sgt Laurie, Officer Bunkley,
MPO Suarez and Officer Cable