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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 raises $1,610 for the American Cancer Society
Pres Lynch presents check to Ms Thompson Senior Manager for American Cancer Society




Thanks Sub Vets!

19 meals, Cranberry sauce
3 pies, and rolls for members working Thanksgiving Day.


Union Holiday party Dec 10th 4-8pm

Door prizes, FREE FOOD

Missy and Whitey cook Thanksgiving meal for the members stuck at work!


Toy Drive - Next!


Police Union & Texas Roadhouse donate $2,000 to
Gemma Moran Food Center.

Union Pres' T Lynch
Texas Roadhouse Manager Patrick Wilson,
Dina Sears-Graves Vice President, Community Impact United Way
Union Treasurer - R Baker



Food drive Big success!
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Officials weighing and tabulating number of turkeys & donations..
Could be a record year!


Good Job Doreen!


Members donate $25 to American Cancer Society and sign up with S/C.

Eelection Results
Executive Board:
33 Votes cast, 1 Ballot disqualified.
Kalolo - 27
O'Mara - 26
Michaud - 25
Buzzelli -23
Nott - 21

Laurie -19
T Bergeson - 9

President - T Lynch - Unopposed
VP - C Flynn - Unopposed
Secretary - D Adkins - Unopposed
Treasurer - R Baker - Unopposed
Trustee - S Johnson - Unopposed



60 middle school students have pizza and fly kites on the Police Union!
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Max treats kids who completed reading program to an OBP kite fest!
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President Lynch and Joe Courtney

Congressman Joe Courtney formally endorsed Mike Passero for mayor at Carmello's Coffee House on Bank Street October 25th.
Council 4's Brian Anderson and 724 President Todd Lynch proudly stood with the Representative Courtney and doubled down on the endorsement with a $1500 contribution from AFSCME to help Team Passero get to the finish line.

J Berg in NOLA!


Sea Scouts help out at Halloween event!
Union dishes out candy to over 1,200 kids!

Union provides candy for ghosts and goblins!



All proceeds from soft opening go to NLPU for our
2015 Halloween event and Gemma Moran Food Drive!

The Police/Union Booth
at Texas Roadhouse!


Mugs and Eddie stop by on the hogs!

Day shift enjoys Bratwurst and root beer by NLHS Chef Tomm!

Money raised for Holiday toy drive. Yummmm! Thanks Chef Tomm!


Congratulations to new hires and Brian, Chuck and Larry!

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Command van catches on fire as members drive to E Hartford for training.

Van had to be towed by Courvelles!


Post #1 was greeted by The Baldueza Family!
Survival Kit for the troops!

Thank you all so much for your service! God bless! Love The Baldueza Family
In the picture are Riley(5yrs) Marina (11yrs) Megellan (15yrs) and Wesley (17 yrs)



NLPD escorts The Brotherhood ride.
Brotherhood ride


Well... now we know who ate all those FREE wings at Hot Rods!



Public Safety endorsement ceremony
Mike Passero for Mayor - Why Mike Passero?

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Scot X. Esdaile, president of the Connecticut chapter of the NAACP - “yet another allegation of police misconduct and excessive force by the New London Police Department.”

New London Mayor Daryl Justin Finizio said the death was concerning

Hartford attorney Jamaal T. Johnson "alleges police misconduct, New London police made several attempts to cover up their misconduct."

MICHAEL L. REGAN State’s Attorney
Judicial District of New London
CONCLUSION - Death of Lashano Gilbert
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State’s attorney rules New London police use of force ‘appropriate’ in death of Lashano Gilbert

High time to stop using the police as a scapegoat



Labor in the news


“There’s clearly budgetary problems. We know that,” said Sal Luciano, executive director of Council 4 of the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees, which represents 16,000 of the state’s 40,000 unionized employees.

Labor blunter in its criticism of Malloy administration

Luciano faulted the administration for failing to inform legislators a year ago when it became clear that federal funding for the jobs centers, some of it geared to jobless rates, was drying up as the state's economy improved.


Big Guy to attend FBI National Academy this Fall.

Capt Wright

Its mission is “to support, promote, and enhance the personal and professional development of law enforcement leaders by preparing them for complex, dynamic, and contemporary challenges through innovative techniques, facilitating excellence in education and research, and forging partnerships throughout the world.”






Max makes National Night Out a huge success!
More action photos

Union donates 300 kites for National night out


Union pays for and supplies 300 kites for the kids on Aug 4th @ Ocean Beach Park!





Veteran New London police
lieutenant retires.
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Potts said the chief, and not the bid shift program, is the reason he is leaving.


Union sponsored children's fishing tournament!

Superstar Kathy Browne feeds and supplies kids with bait/tackle and a great day!


Capt results are in

Sgt list


LT results

Detective results










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Its a Christmas Miracle
Tiny Tim!

Accreditation checks arrive on the last day before Grievance is filed!


Dan J traded to
Support Services.

Dino Squad sends him off w/ cookie cake!

Dan to assist in Evidence.
M Liachenko gets Day shift!


Jan' 2nd, 2016

$22,000 raised in 2015


Late November update
Chucks blog


Good Job Rick Curcuro and the Det' Squad!

Jury finds Tyus, Armadore guilty of murdering Todd Thomas in New London.

City police detective Curcuro began working with the Southeastern Connecticut Cold Case Task Force in 2011, and in 2012, after presenting evidence to a judge serving as a grand jury, the police obtained warrants charging the two men with murder and conspiracy.
“I’m so grateful to Detective Curcuro,” Carter-Thomas said, following the verdict. “He never gave up.”


NLPU Hooded sweatshirts on sale now!

$25 - Just in time for The Holidays!


Good Job Neil and Dee!

Recipients of the Parole and Community Services Division Community Partners Award.


Black Rep. Says Cop Was ‘Racist’ During Traffic Stop, But Dashcam Video Shows the Opposite



Good Job!
Dispatcher Tim Devo on his completion of the Hartford Marathon!
hartford marathon


Buzz Finishes TOP in his class! At POSTC Firearms instructor 2 week course!
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Final Qualifying round of 300! Shotgun instructor as well..
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Condolences to the
Alloway Family...
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Cpl Charlie Alloway, past Union President -
Wife Shirley Passes at 90 years old.


Union Pres':

Risk Manager oversteping his Jurisdiction as an appointed official by-passing negotiation process and not following the will of the Council.
City poised to settle another suit against police



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Todd Lynch interview here!



Jimmy takes
"Use it or lose it" Vaca' time

to score a new record of 141 hrs of OT!



New London’s deputy police chief reportedly in running to head Fargo, N.D., force


New London Police Chief Ackley must go;
but how?


A silent chief, a troubled New London Police Department
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Mugs, Moke and Hez
invite you to

The Dock in Waterford
Every Friday 5-6 pm for laughs and gossip!



East Lyme takes care of mutual aid officers!
Buzz and La Lee eat like kings

East Lyme (M.A.) officers barely get water during Sailfest!


Forget 'Exit Interviews.' Here's Why You Should Conduct Stay Interviews Instead.



Kyle and Cable-Cabe volunteering at The Friendship School during their Field Day event!

(serving New London and Waterford children)