Donations for the Family of Det. Joseph Lemm

The DEA has received many inquiries about donations for the family of Det. Joseph Lemm, killed Monday, December 21, 2015 in the line of military duty in Afghanistan.   The […]

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New Department ID Cards

Members, be aware: the Department has begun issuing new Identification Cards to members of the service. New cards will be issued as current ID cards expire. Members need to note […]

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Federal Zadroga Bill Signed

On Friday, December 18, 2015, President Barack Obama signed into law the omnibus spending bill that was agreed upon by members of the House of Representatives late Tuesday, December 15th.  […]

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Warrant Division Meeting

On November 23, DEA President Michael Palladino and Counsel Phil Karasyk, along with Sgt at Arms Sam Miller met with DEA Queens Trustee John Comer and Delegates from the Warrant […]

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PBA Arbitration Decision Final

There is no indication yet as to what the PBA will do regarding the remaining years of their contract. The PBA’s decision was finalized on Friday, Nov. 6th. The terms […]

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Report on Improving Police-Community Relations

The “Improving Police-Community Relations” Report is a joint project of Eric Adams, Gale Brewer, and Normal Siegel.

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Taxation of Pension Contribution Withdrawals

The five New York City Pension Funds have hired the law firm of Ice Miller, LLP to assist all five Funds on the pension taxation issue with respect to distributions […]

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Important Agency Shop Union Dues Lawsuit

We do not know how the death of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia will affect the outcome of this case. Here’s the backstory: On January 11, 2016, oral arguments began […]

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“Zadroga bill” Press Conference a Success

The DEA would like to thank all our members who participated in the 9/11 Health and Compensation Act (also known as the federal “Zadroga bill”) law enforcement press conference on the […]

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DEA Supports the Boycott of Tarantino Films

The Detectives’ Endowment Association, along with other members of the National Association of Police Organizations (NAPO) and all our fellow police unions across the country, join the call for boycotting […]

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