We are committed to providing our members with the best possible benefits and services during this difficult time. We have made the following additions to our operations to better assist our members and providers:
For all other matters, please call our Customer Service Department at (212)-349-7560. Representatives are available Monday – Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Report issues occurring in your command, including failure to distribute PPE and/or sanitizing supplies, failure to provide reasonable accommodations to members at increased risk for serious COVID-19 illness, and members who are inappropriately returned to service after close contact with a COVID-19 infected individual.
Working together, we can keep cop-killers right where they should be… behind bars.
Click the button, below, to send your opinion on an individual killer — or all — to the Parole Board.Click to Send Letters
Your department doctor has essentially the same responsibility to you as your personal treating physician would. If you believe that your department surgeon failed to adhere to his/her professional obligations, you have a right to file a complaint with the DOH. Click on the link below to access the complaint form and instructions.Click here for details
Speaking as Officer Brian McGurran was released from Kings County Hospital after being shot by a known gang member, Pat Lynch said "It's not a coincidence that shootings are up directly since they changed the laws that allow us to do our jobs." See reports on News 12 Long Island, WABC radio, and WCBS radio.
The PBA president is quoted in the NY Post: “CCRB had proved once again that it will bend every rule and defy every safeguard in its quest to hijack and dismantle the NYPD.”
Every print outlet, TV and radio channel covered the funeral of PO Anastasios Tsakos as NYPD officers lined the streets of Northport, Long Island. "Every officer knows it could happen to them," said Pat Lynch. See NBC 4 News.
The PBA president is quoted in the Washington Examiner: "This is the violent behavior that their anti-police rhetoric has inspired," Lynch said after a driver in New York City splashed an officer with a caustic chemical and then hurled a lit Molotov cocktail at another officer after being pulled over. “Until politicians stop encouraging hatred and violence towards police officers, we must be prepared to face such attacks at all times, both on duty and off duty.”