CCRB Confidentiality Breach

Several weeks ago, the DEA discovered that CCRB released personnel records, specifically the CCRB histories, of numerous members of the Department. Such release was clearly a violation of our members’ […]

Read More

Perp Who Shot ESU Detectives Sentenced to 110 Years

Nakwon Foxworth, the perpetrator in the Easter 2012 shooting of Detectives Michael Keenan and Kenneth Alaya, P.O. Matthew Granahan, and Captain Alfonso Pizzano of ESU, was sentenced May 21, 2015 […]

Read More

Register with the 9/11 Memorial and Museum

If you were a First Responder or involved with or effected by the Rescue and Recovery efforts at Ground Zero or any of the sites related to the September 11, […]

Read More

R.I.P NYPD Det. Brian R. Moore of the 105 Precinct

R.I.P NYPD Police Officer Brian R. Moore of the 105 Precinct.   Posthumously promoted to first grade Detective, Moore was interred at Saint Charles R.C. Cemetery, 2015 Wellwood Avenue in Farmingdale, NY 11735.

Read More

Dues Increase

There will be a dues increase, effective June 1st, in accordance with the DEA Constitution & By Laws, Article IX, Section 5 of $3 per paycheck. Submission to the Comptroller’s […]

Read More

Stop, Question, and Frisk Update

On Wednesday, June 17, the DEA participated in a conversation with federal monitor Peter Zimroth. The federal monitor is prepared to offer a final version of a new Stop and […]

Read More

Warning to Active & Retired Members Regarding the Recent Cyber Security Breach of Anthem/Blue Cross

As we previously reported, members’ confidential and personal information may have been compromised as a result of the cyber-attack on Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield. As a result, Anthem contracted […]

Read More

Uniformed Supervisory Coalition Settlement

The other seven unions in the Uniformed Supervisory Coalition ratified the agreement as follows: )1. Lieutenants Benevolent Association 72% to 28%; 2). Captains Endowment Association 61% to 39%; 3). Fire Officers Association 82% to 18%; 4). Correction Captains Association 75% to 25%; 5). Correction Wardens/Asst.Wardens 95% to 5%; 6. Sanitation Supervisors Association 61% to 39%; 7). Sanitation […]

Read More

Cuomo’s Proposed Independent Monitor

The Governor’s attempts to impose legislatively an Independent Monitor in the budget process failed, but we expect this to be revisited during the regular session of the legislature. Here’s the […]

Read More

Meeting with Federal Monitor

On Monday, March 16, Michael Palladino met with court-appointed federal monitor Peter Zimroth and court-appointed facilitator Judge Ariel Bellen regarding the joint remedial process which emanated from the stop and […]

Read More