2 new recruits Ashley James and Jordan Salas
Day shift bids farewell to Kevin
Cake and laughs on his official last day
Afternoon shift ordered not to attend....
NLPD Rifle team goes to the range
Moke turns in his gear
Squad has cake and swap stories
- Mokes first day of retirement
Organization local 724 donates to:
Carter Scholarship football
United Way Gemma Moran
Make a wish foundation Volleyball
NLHS police academy
FDNL burn foundation
Special Olympics basketball
/ torch run
Sandy Ground Project
NLHS Halloween event
TVCCA boot drive
Good Luck Dr Tabatha Maiorano!
After 12 years of working at DMHAS/SMHA and
11 years of working solely as CIT with the Police, Dr
Tab will be leaving DMHAS/SMHA and going to DMHAS/RVS
in Middletown as an evening shift Supervising Clinician.
Dr Tab will continue to teach the police
and be involved in police organizations and initiatives
as a DMHAS employee and (some) on her own time. Officers
will continue to see Dr Tab at yearly CIT trainings, CABLE
trainings, Academy classes, and LEC monthly trainings.
Capt Crowley still on
the books till jan 2016
Old school NLPD qualify at the range.
Brontosaurus soon to be extinct from Dino
Moke cleans out 30 years from his locker!
"I'm over the drop zone, waiting for green light!"
Official date June 6, The Day of Days
Old 38 revolver
First weapon 32 years ago.
Motorcycle Unit preps for motorcade - Pres
Lunch for all provided once again by Local 724
Local Officers participate in Police Week!
DA, Cable-Cabe, Trisha Marcaccio, Hendo
Whaler football team washers
police cruiser for fundraiser!
B-Lo hands out NLPD literature
to LEC applicants
as they depart testing in Groton.
52 new applicants take
Passero said he would set a goal of hiring at least six
new police officers each year until the department reaches
the mandated level of 80 officer and would not meddle
in the department’s business.
“It pains me to
see what has happened to our police department under the
current administration,” Passero said. “Our
dedicated officers on the city’s streets are keeping
us safe. They need and deserve a professional management
structure free from political interference.”
Ackelys attempt to decertify Dave
POST drops Ackleys complaint:
FAILED TO ESTABLISH
Old friend Dan Talbot (LAPD) to be promoted to Detective
Det' 3 is equivalent to LT, Leaving
NLPD pays off again!
1990 - Dan and J Newlin at 40 Crystal Ave - 2011
Dan during LAPD training
724 member reports that recent city safety meeting provided preliminary
findings from OSHA report on police department air quality.
OSHA was asked to come in after several
724 members have developed ear nose and throat symptoms.
- Temperatures varied throughout the building
- CO2 was acceptable
- Humidity was very low for time of year
- Mold was moderate throughout the building
- High mold located in areas with water damage:
Patrol Captain's Office, Shift Commander's Office, locker rooms
- Dust found in building was tested identified as: plastic, fly
ash, tire particles and outside pollution
Union archives on 2007 issues here
EPA publications outlines :
The remediation manager's (city) highest
priority must be to protect the health and safety of the
Member complaints of headaches, sinus infections
2007 Mold in dispatch
Local 724 will continue to be a PRODUCTIVE part of
Hundreds of dollars donated and time volunteered.