Detroit Ruling May Have Pension Ramifications

In a court ruling that could affect cities beyond Detroit, a federal judge ruled Dec. 3, 2013, that the City of Detroit could formally enter bankruptcy and refuse to honor […]

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Join the NYPD Scuba Team

The NYPD Scuba Team is looking for divers. If you have 18 months of certified dive experience (i.e. PADI, NAUI, military, etc.), if you can pass a “Basic Open Water” […]

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Prescription Drug Changes — Actives Only

Compliance with the recent Federal Patient Protection and Affordable Health Care Act (PPACA) will cost the Active Fund $1 million in additional costs with no additional funding.  This law also […]

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Stop, Question and Frisk

On August 12, 2013, Federal Court Judge Shira Scheindlin issued an Opinion and Order in the above lawsuit in which she found that the “stop and frisk” practices and policies […]

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Clemency for Richard DiGuglielmo

THE COALITION OF LAW ENFORCEMENT, LABOR UNIONS, CONCERNED CITIZENS FOR THE RELEASE OF IMPRISONED NYPD OFFICER RICHARD DIGUGLIELMO We are requesting your support for a clemency application of Richard DiGuglielmo, […]

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World Trade Center Compensation Fund & Related Resources

The World Trade Center Compensation Fund For those who are sick or injured now, you have a two year filing window which began October 3, 2011 and ends October 3, […]

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Donate Via New York Gives

The DEA Widows’ and Children’s Fund is once again included in New York Gives (formerly known as the Combined Municipal Campaign or the CMC).  Through New York Gives, all City workers can make donations to their […]

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