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Pack the paddywagon
$641 cash donated, 70 Turkeys!

Thanks to all who braved the cold for a good cause!

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Fire arms training complete:
Chris White earns Top Gun status
All 300 shooters compete for closest grouping

2 NEW 300 Shooters
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Patty T and JZ get perfect scores!

8 total 300 shooters this year:

Sgt LM Keating - 2nd place TG award
Sgt Strecker
Det Crandall
P Tidd
R Linderson
J Zelinski
C White
C Lavimoniere

Team 724 wins divisional game in Carter Scholarship Football game!

Coach Zelinski leads team 724 to WIN!
Hulland, Cable, Lax and CSP Gorra grind out tough grid iron battle!

$35,000 raised!

Team 724 comes from behind to WIN row boat challange!

Uni vs

Good job Team 724 ! (&CSP)
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Public Works and Police Union combine for new lunch room TV


47th annual Convention May 22, 2014

Delegates for Local 724

Gov Malloy
Chuck & Todd with Gov' Malloy.

Lt Gov Nancy Wyman

Attorney General George Jepsen

Chuck and Gov'
Todd receives "Labor Leader of the year" award.


724 recognizes members who defused 2 critical incidents over the past week.
Understaffed but professional all the way - Good job!

Montauk Ave stand off
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Cross sound death threats

Salute to the professional job performed by all officers!

Photo by Tim Cook - The Day - Read it


Dino squad sends Lonnie off to retirement

Happy retirement Lonnie!

New flight bag squad gift / Lonnies son, Nick , in police academy, helps with the locker sale


Make a wish volley ball benefit
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Team 724 gets in some diggs!


NLFF Burn foundation Bowling benefit

Capt Patty Tidd leads Team 724 to highest pin total for 2nd year in a row!

Special Olympics Torch run

Video from WTNH

Team New London 724 and Coast Guard PD!

4 Union members participate police week!
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Pictures from the adventure

500 kids attend Easter egg hunt at Ocean Beach!
Sponsored by the NL police union,
the Police-Community Relations Committee, and Citizens on Patrol.

TVCCA Boot Drive - 125 boots delivered - good job!

DA and Neil deliver over 125 boots for TVCCA



FD / PD Toy Drive during tree lighting ceremony.
Round two of toy collecting was again tainted by the City Administration,
denying the use of a police car to collect toys for the adopt -a- family program!
use of police vehicle denied by Chief !
Fire and police members donate their time to collect toys for
the adopt a family, organized by police friend Joan Discordia.





Record numbers at Pack the paddy wagon !
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DA and Andy Nemeth hold the fort till the end...
$1261.10 in cash donations
1305 lbs in Turkeys (84)
Total Food- 2,770lbs

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Gerald O. Maranda of Orrs Island, Me.
NLPD 1962 to 1968

Maranda - A union organizer and the Unions first secretary.
Maranda was also the first officer for the scooter patrol.

Gerald reaches out to NLP Union from Maine and sends some old pictures!
Keep 'em coming Ger'!






Maxs pulls off another great Halloween event

100's of Kids trick or treat downtown in a safe environment..


Labor for Murphy rally
NLPU produces another BIG event!
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You tube video Murphy storming the stage.


Chris Miller continues his fight with City on his retirement.


Mayor and 724 come to terms on numerous grievances!
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indepth local news Photo from Patch - Dirk Langeveld
Union pleased with cooperation with mayors office.

Read Chucks political update

COPS Keep the Cup!
Win error filled benefit game 22-18.

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Jay-Z the MVP!
Jeremy Zelinski with an inside the park HR



Bonkowski leads NLPD sailing team to victory!

Crew of Joe Pelchart and Dave Mac' help secure the win!

Nearly 300 kids attend New London police national night out.

27 volunteers stepped up to assist from police, citizens on patrol, new London Kiwanis, New London board of Ed, ledge light, and the boys and girls club of southeastern Connecticut.

Kids interacted with officers while flying kites, a scavenger hunt, beach games, swimming in the pool, and watching "mall cop" on the beach. The police dept also provided transportation to and from this event.


Raheem Ali Carter Memorial Flag Football Tournament
July 28

Poquonnock Plains Park Groton.
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Raheem Carter was a Fitch High School graduate and football star who went on to become a New London police officer. He died of colon cancer at age 25. His mother, Sheila Perry, started the annual flag football tournament 6years ago

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Congrates Brian and Todd

Lee Saunders elected President of AFSCME!
AFSCME is the nation’s largest and fastest growing public services employees union
with more than 1.6 million active and retired members.
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Local 724 Treasurer R Baker and E- Board member C Flynn seen here with the
NEW AFSCME President Lee Saunders during the past CT election campaign.


Community picnic at Fulton Park!
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More pictures of the food and fun!

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Team 724 goes 0-4 see This years pix

Police Union sponsors NLHS fishing trip!
that abig fish! winning catch
Cosmo and Max catch some big ones



NL credit union

724 Lose by 15 pts -
but Special Olympic wins!

Thanks to members past and present for participating!

Lee Saunders

Column: Don't blame union for bankrupt cities.

the day letter
Smitty writes letter to the patch.
indepth local news



Members bid
farwell to Trish and Toni





Dispatcher Patty Nunes Wins termination case!

Gets back accrued time & pension at age 55.

Clean sweep!more pictures
FD and PD clean up McCourt gardens! more pix

Officers receive MADD award
Chris Kramer
Max Bertsch
Sgt Potts
Dave Ferland
Joe Buzzelli

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Officer Doreen Coe was honored by the Connecticut Association of Women Police.

Officer Coe was nominated by the New London Police Department as the association's Officer of the Year for her continued professionalism and her steadfast law enforcement efforts.

Good Job D.C.



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Joe Courtney secures police grant for City!

$225,000 COPS funding for NLPD. New London was one of only sixty municipalities nationwide that qualified for these funds