Attn: All Members of the Service — Credible Threats from MS-13

Credible information has come in from the Hempstead Police Department:   Last night there were confirmed multiple gunmen out looking to shoot cops. They located one gangbanger who was caught […]

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Go Fund Me Page for Det. Edward French

Det. Edward French, a 15-year veteran of the NYPD currently assigned to Bronx Narcotics, suffered a massive stroke on February 25, 2018 while at home. Det. French battled his symptoms, […]

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Challenge to 50-a Law

On April 16, 2018, the online media outlet Buzzfeed released two stories containing leaked information about Officers’ disciplinary records in violation of the 50-a Law. The PBA has obtained a […]

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Annuity Fund Performance for 2017

Statements are being mailed this week. The DEA’s Trustee-directed Annuity Fund yielded a performance of 12.77% net of fees for the calendar year 2017. The update as of March 31, […]

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Meeting with the Office of Labor Relations

On Thursday, March 15, 2018, the DEA and the other four police unions met with the OLR regarding the following topics: body worn cameras; force reports; discipline disclosure.

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DEA Posts Billboard at 35 Wall Street

Recently, over a period of several days, the New York Daily News launched an attack against one of our members who had a disciplinary issue with the Department six years […]

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Retired Detective Needs Assistance With Medical Bills

The DEA was notified by the daughter of a retired Detective living in Florida about the medical infirmities that have caused the family to be in desperate need of assistance. […]

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Patrick Purcell Wins Manhattan North Election

Patrick Purcell, Delegate from Manhattan North Homicide, won the election as Manhattan North Welfare Officer.   John Scozzafava, Delegate from the 34 Squad, received 70 votes. Purcell received 161.   […]

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For Active Detectives — An Important Message from the President About Speaking to Reporters

On Sunday, January 28, 2018, the New York Daily News launched an attack on one of our members, Detective Thomas Rice. In 2013, Det. Rice pled guilty to charges and […]

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Cop Killer Herman Bell’s Parole

The PBA has obtained a temporary restraining order against the State’s planned parole of cop-killer Herman Bell. Michael Palladino to elaborate. Here’s the backstory:  On March 14, 2018, Herman Bell, […]

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