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June 19, 2019 Employment
Fairway Market

June 17, 2019 In the News
The Story of the 1980 Norco Bank Robbery

Peter Houlahan has recently published a book entitled "Norco '80: The True Story of the Most Spectacular Bank Robbery In American History".

Mr. Houlahan will be discussing his book Tuesday, June 25 at 7pm at McNally Jackson, 52 Prince Street, NYC, using a multimedia presentation, including dramatic audio of the actual police radio traffic and interrogations of the captured bank robbers, photographs, and maps to bring the Norco Bank Robbery to life. See details of the book.

June 15, 2019 PBA Updates
Please Reach Out for Help

June 13, 2019 In the News
Lynch and Board Re-Elected Unopposed

Lynch's re-election to a sixth term was reported by New York 1 and Board and WINS radio. See press release here.

June 12, 2019 Press Releases
PBA unites behind Lynch again for sixth term

June 10, 2019 Press Releases
Borough President Adams and Council Members call for equal benefits for NYPD officers who served as cadets

June 10, 2019 Employment
Specialized Armed Guard

June 7, 2019 In the News
Day 7 of Pantaleo Trial

Closing arguments in the PO Pantaleo disciplinary trial were reported by: Wall Street Journal, Daily News, Post, Newsday, Times Union, Gothamist, and Courthouse News. Radio and TV stories were aired on: PIX 11; News 12 Bronx, New York 1, WNYC radio, News radio 880, ABC 7, NBC 4, WINS radio, and Fox 5.

June 6, 2019 Press Releases
PBA President: The facts are clear, exonerate Pantaleo

June 6, 2019 In the News
Day 6 of Pantaleo Trial

The sixth day of the disciplinary trial of PO Daniel Pantaleo brought St. Louis’s Medical Examiner as an expert witness to the stand whose professional opinion is that Mr. Garner died of heart disease exacerbated by his interaction with police and not from a chokehold. Additionally, a retired NYPD Academy trainer testified that what he saw on the video was not a chokehold. Read the press release here. See broadcasting news about testimony given during this session of the trial: NBC 4, PIX 11, Fox 5, ABC 7, NY 1 and WNYC Radio; and focusing on the attendance of a staff member from the Dept. of Justice on News 12 Bronx and WMBC. Stories appeared in: Wall Street Journal, Post (instructor's testimony), Post (Pantaleo declines to testify), Newsday (union and family comments), Newsday (Garner could breathe), Gothamist.

June 5, 2019 Press Releases
Experts: Pantaleo used NYPD-approved tactics; Garner died of heart disease, not chokehold.

June 3, 2019 Publications
The Beat: Beat Special Edition

May 31, 2019 Press Releases
NYC Police Union President warns fellow law enforcement leaders in South Carolina about de Blasio’s failures on mental health, homelessness

May 31, 2019 PBA Updates
NYC PBA Warns South Carolina Law Enforcement Unions About de Blasio’s Failures on Mental Health, Homelessness

May 31, 2019 Offers & Discounts
Offers: Entertainment
Six Flags: Great Adventure and Safari park

May 30, 2019 In the News
PO Dalsh Veve Honored

The Post reports on the PBA’s Finest of the Finest ceremony during which PO Dalsh Veve, who was severely injured in the line of duty, was honored by his fellow police officers.

May 30, 2019 In the News
Lynch Reacts Strongly to de Blasio's Teen Release Plan

PBA president Pat Lynch's strong reaction to Mayor de Blasio’s plan to release teenagers accused of a felony with no bail was reported on: Fox 5’s Chasing News; WABC Radio; New York 1; WINS Radio; Fox 5’s Good Day NY; NBC 4 News and WOR Radio.

May 29, 2019 In the News
Pat Lynch Assails de Blasio’s Bail Reform Proposals

The PBA President says "releasing teens who have committed armed robberies or serious assaults flies in the face of every police officer working to fight crime.” His comments were covered by the NY Post, CBS 2 News, NBC 4 News, and New York 1.

May 29, 2019 Employment
Security Training Officer

May 28, 2019 Press Releases
PBA President’s statement on no bail for teenaged criminals

May 28, 2019 In the News
Lynch on Expansion of RAILS Program

PBA president Pat Lynch argues that the expansion of the NYPD’s RAILS tracking program is a result of mission creep by a Federal Monitor whose primary focus was Stop, Question and sometimes Frisk.  Newsday reports that despite a reduction of over 90% in SQF, the monitor and department continues to inflict additional unwarranted oversight on NYC police officers.

May 27, 2019 In the News
Fios 1 Interview in Full

Fios 1 news aired an extended version of an interview with Pat Lynch during which he addresses the Garner incident, the parole of cop killers and mayor de Blasio‘s run for president in part one. Part two of the segment is a discussion of the interview between the shows host Richard French, and the reporter, Dominic Carter.

May 26, 2019 In the News
Lynch Discusses Police Issues on Fios 1

PBA president Pat Lynch takes the Daily News editorial board to task for pre-judging the Eric Garner case. FiOS 1 News aired a discussion with Pat Lynch about the Garner case and paroling cop killers.

May 24, 2019 Publications
The Beat: May 2019

May 22, 2019 In the News
Day 5 of Pantaleo Trial

On the 5th day of PO Pantaleo’s disciplinary trial, PO Justin Damico testified on topics ranging from prior encounter with Eric Garner, attempts to avoid a physical confrontation and the belief that Garner was playing “possum” as part of his resisting arrest. Pat Lynch told the media about de-escalation attempts, perps who resist arrest, and policies requiring an arrest report be completed even when the suspect has died. The story was covered on TV and radio on: NBC 4 News; Fox 5 News; New York 1 News; NPR Radio, and WOR Radio. Print stories appeared in: Wall Street Journal; Daily News; Post; Newsday; Gothamist; Staten Island Advance, and the Times Union.

May 22, 2019 10-13

Fundraiser for 16-year-old Julia Mulroy. See details of event on June 23, and read more about Julia.

May 21, 2019 Press Releases
Trial testimony: Police Officers used textbook de-escalation method during Garner arrest

May 20, 2019 In the News
Lynch on de Blasio's Candidacy

Retired MOS, Mark Claxton, protests de Blasio in South Carolina as the Mayor campaigns for the presidency. Pat Lynch’s assessment that a de Blasio presidency would be an “unmitigated disaster” was picked up by the Post, USSA News, The Hill, and PIX 11 News.

May 20, 2019 Offers & Discounts
Offers: Sports
Thursday Night Hoops for Boys: Join the Maritime Men’s Basketball Staff and Team as they offer an opportunity for middle school and high school aged boys to work on their game every Thursday night this summer!

May 18, 2019 In the News
Lynch Takes on De Blasio

PBA President Pat Lynch appears on Fox News’s “Cavuto Live” taking De Blasio to task as the Mayor runs for President.

May 18, 2019 In the News
PBA Seeks Written Explanation for Denial of LOD injuries

The New York Post reports on the PBA lawsuit seeking written explanations for the NYPD‘s denial of line of duty injuries.

May 17, 2019 In the News
PBA Opposes De Blasio's 2020 Run

PlX 11 News reporter Craig Treadway notes that the PBA was out “en force” as  PBA 1st VP John Puglissi hammers De Blasio’s presidential bid as “a joke” and slams the Mayor as a phony progressive and an enemy of labor.  CBS 2 News shows PBA members protesting at De Blasio’s announcement that he is running for President.

May 17, 2019 In the News
Day 4 of the Pantaleo Trial

Pat Lynch says that community complaints led to the arrest of Eric Garner. Stories appeared in the Daily News, Post, NY Times, Chief-Leader, Newsday and the Gothamist.

May 16, 2019 Press Releases
Lynch: Community complaints led to Garner arrest

May 16, 2019 In the News
Day 3 of the Pantaleo Trial

The City’s medical examiner testifies that Eric Garner did not die from a chokehold. Stories appeared in the Daily News, Post, another in the Post, Newsday, Albany Times Union, Staten Island Advance, Reuters, and Gothamist, and aired on PIX 11 news.

May 16, 2019 Press Releases
Statement from PBA President Lynch on Mayor de Blasio’s Presidential Run

May 15, 2019 Press Releases
City Medical Examiner: Eric Garner did not die from a chokehold

May 15, 2019 In the News
Lynch Says DAs Should Advocate for Victims, Not Criminals

In a PIX 11 News piece about an effort to give some criminals, even murderers, parole, Pat Lynch makes the point that District Attorneys have a responsibility to advocate for crime victims and not convicted criminals.

May 15, 2019 In the News
Day 2 of the Pantaleo Trial

After the second day of disciplinary hearings in the Garner case, PBA President Pat Lynch vows that the PBA will present as a witness the sergeant who trained P.O. Pantaleo in the “seatbelt takedown” maneuver, rebutting earlier testimony that the officer was not trained in that legal takedown. “If you want to know whether a police officer was trained in a certain technique,” said Lynch, “you should talk to the person who actually trained him.” Stories appeared in the Daily News, Post, Chief-Leader, Staten Island Advance, Albany Times Union , Reuters, and the Gothamist. They aired on Fox 5 News, ABC 7 News, then again on Fox 5.

May 14, 2019 Press Releases
Lynch: CCRB training witness will be refuted

May 14, 2019 In the News
Day 1 of the Pantaleo Trial

At the first day of disciplinary hearings in the Garner case, PBA President Pat Lynch states that PO Dan Pantaleo used a seatbelt maneuver taught at the Police Academy and not a chokehold to arrest Eric Garner. Lynch also noted that if the case is judged on the facts alone the officer will be acquitted. Stories appeared in the Daily News, Post; Albany Times Union, Staten Island Advance, and Reuters. They aired on: Fox 5 News; PIX 11 News; ABC 7 News; CBS 2 News; NBC 4 News; New York 1; News 12 Bronx; WINS Radio; and News 12 Long Island.

May 13, 2019 In the News
Pantaleo Departmental Trial Begins

PBA President Pat Lynch appears in WCBS–TV News curtain-raiser before beginning of the trial of Daniel Pantaleo.

May 13, 2019 Press Releases
CCRB’s star witness agrees: Garner's breathing not obstructed by chokehold

May 11, 2019 In the News
Judge Asks For Proof of a Crime

The Daily News, Staten Island Advance, and WINS radio report on an NYPD judge’s ruling that raises the bar for CCRB’s prosecution of P.O. Daniel Pantaleo, requiring proof that Pantaleo committed a crime rather than a Patrol Guide violation.

May 10, 2019 Press Releases
NYPD judge: CCRB must prove crime in Garner case

May 6, 2019 PBA Updates
Thank You for Helping Us HOLD THE LINE Against Parole for Cop-Killers

May 5, 2019 Op-Ed
Lynch Responds to Commissioner

In a letter in the NY Post, Pat Lynch responds to Police Commissioner O’Neill’s op-ed column on Civil Rights Law Section 50-a by noting that attempting to appease anti-police activists will only expose cops to more harassment and threats.

May 3, 2019 Offers & Discounts
Offers: Education
New York Institute of Technology: Children of MOS qualify for up to 50% off undergraduate tuition

May 3, 2019
PO Persaud Funeral Information

see printable version

Police Officer Vincent A. Persaud Command
– 101rd Precinct

Sat., May 4, 2019
Time: 1700-2200 hours
(Prayer service 1900 to approximately 1930 hours)

Date: Sun., May 5, 2019
Time: 0800-1000 hours
(Prayer service 0800 to approximately 0845 hours) 

Location for both dates:
Bergen Funeral Service
114-30 Rockaway Blvd,
Ozone Park, NY 11420
Tel# (718) 738-8383 

All Souls Chapel and Crematory
72-02 Astoria Blvd S,
East Elmhurst, NY 11370
Tel# (718)278-2812



May 1, 2019 In the News
PBA Challenge to CCRB

The PBA’s court challenge to the authority of the CCRB to prosecute the NYPD’s disciplinary case against Police Officer Daniel Pantaleo in the Eric Garner case was broadcast on WINS Radio, NBC 4 News and PIX 11 News, and covered in the NY Post.

April 30, 2019 Employment
Executive Protection Agent

April 29, 2019 Press Releases
PBA challenges CCRB's authority to prosecute Pantaleo disciplinary case

April 29, 2019 Offers
Martin Sheridan, Mayo's Famous Son

A new book “Martin Sheridan, Mayo’s Famous Son” by Margaret Molly chronicles the life of NYPD Patrolman Martin Sheridan who became an Olympic Champion.  The book is available at:

April 26, 2019 In the News
Chief Reports on Special Delivery

The Chief Leader reports the massive PBA event in Albany in which over 400 MOS and more than a dozen family members of the fallen delivered over 800,000 letters to Parole Board headquarters.

April 25, 2019 In the News
PBA Delivers 800,000 Letters

Over 400 police officers and dozens of police widows delivered 800,000 letters in 360 boxes opposing parole for cop-killers to the Albany headquarters of the State Parole Board. Stories regarding the plan to deliver the letters were reported on NBC 13, Albany and NBC 4 NY’s Today show. A “delivery is happening now” story ran on NBC4 at 11 AM. The actual event was reported by NBC 4 News at 5PM; Spectrum Capital News; CBS 6 Albany; and WABC 770 AM radio. See also the PBA-recorded video of the event.

April 22, 2019 PBA Updates
ADVISORY: Unauthorized mortgage company fliers claiming PBA affiliation

April 20, 2019 In the News
PO Vartanian Leaves Hospital

PO Justin Vartanian, who was shot in the armpit during a gunfight in which the perp was shot dead by police, leaves Columbia Presbyterian Hospital to the applause of dozens of colleagues. Pat Lynch addressed the media following the officer's release. Stories ran in the Daily News; Post and Newsday, and were broadcast on WOR Radio; CBS Radio; ABC Radio and NBC 4 News.

April 19, 2019 In the News
Officer Shot

A 34 Pct. anti-crime officer was shot once in the armpit by a gunman in a parking lot off Broadway in Washington Heights. The officer was expected to survive and the perp was killed by a fellow police officer. Stories ran on: News radio 880; NBC 4 News; New York 1 NewsNews 12 Bronx; and News 12 Westchester.

April 18, 2019 In the News
Judith Clark Released

PBA President Pat Lynch slams the NYS Parole Board decision (read entire statement here) to release Judith Clark. She was a Weather Underground member who killed two police officers and Brinks Truck security guard in Nyack, NY during the attempted heist of a Brinks armored truck. Stories were printed in: Chief-Leader, NY Daily News,  NY Times, Wall Street Journal. Stories were also broadcast on: New York 1 News; WINS Radio; CBS 2 News; NBC 4 News; News 12 Westchester and WOR Radio.

April 18, 2019 Publications
The Beat: April 2019

April 17, 2019 Press Releases
NYC PBA statement on parole of Judith Clark

April 10, 2019 In the News
In Memory of PBA Afghanistan Veterans

On New York 1 News, following the combat death of FDNY Firefighter & Marine Reservist Christopher Slutman in Afghanistan, PBA Manhattan North Financial Secretary and Military Liaison Joe Strong discussed the service and sacrifices of the more than 1,000 NYPD MOS in active military service.

April 10, 2019 In the News
Lynch Argues Against Civil Rights law 50-a

Pat Lynch argues against the repeal of Civil Rights law 50-a in a New York Law Journal story about the movement to repeal the law.

April 8, 2019 Op-Ed
Exempt Cops From Congestion Fees

In a Daily News op-ed, Pat Lynch calls for New York City police officers to be exempted from the proposed congestion pricing tolls in Lower Manhattan.

April 6, 2019 Contract Updates
PBA Follows de Blasio to Nevada

April 5, 2019 In the News
NYPD Chief Surgeon Says No Chokehold

In what some media call a “blockbuster” revelation, the NYPD Chief Surgeon indicates that PO Daniel Pantaleo did not employ a banned chokehold in the apprehension of Eric Garner. The report was revealed during a pre-trial motion meeting in the NYPD trial room. Stories were printed by the Daily News, NY Post, and the Gothamist. The story was also broadcast by: New York 1 News; CBS 2 News; Fox 5 News; PIX 11 News; WINS News, CBS 880 News, and WOR News.

April 4, 2019 Offers & Discounts
Offers: Real Estate/Mortgages
JetDirect Mortgage

April 2, 2019 In the News
Chief on Council Support Project

The Chief Leader reports on the PBA’s efforts to inform its members and the community regarding which City Council members are supportive of a fair market wage for police officers and those who are not.

March 30, 2019 In the News
Lillo Brancato No Role Model

in the Hudson County View, PBA President Patrick J. Lynch says Lillo Brancato is not a role model for anyone.

March 27, 2019 Employment
School Bus Drivers, Suffolk, NY

March 26, 2019 In the News
Chief on Council Support and Decision on Linn

The Chief Leader reports on the 41 City Council members who joined hundreds of PBA members in support of a fair market rate of pay and the court decision in Albany that challenged Bob Linn as the city’s arbitration rep.

March 26, 2019 Press Releases
PBA President’s statement on the assignment of NYPD police officers to fight fare evasion on MTA NYC Transit buses

March 26, 2019 In the News
Which Council Members Support MOS?

The PBA will distribute posters to every precinct, transit district and housing PSA that will depict the City Council members who do, and do not, support a fair market wage for MOS. Stories appeared in: the Post; New York 1 News; WINS radio news and CBS radio news.

March 26, 2019 Offers & Discounts
Offers: Real Estate/Mortgages
Sunrise Mortgage Company: Law Enforcement Program

March 25, 2019 Press Releases
New PBA Precinct Posters Call Attention to Council Members' Positions on Police Pay Equity

March 24, 2019 PBA Updates
New PBA Precinct Posters Call Attention to Council Members' Positions on Police Pay Equity

March 21, 2019 Employment
Deputy Chief Rackets Investigator

March 20, 2019 In the News
City Council Members Demand Fair Pay for Our Members

Nearly three dozen City Council members sign a letter to the Mayor demanding a market rate of pay for NYC Police Officers.  The news conference supported by hundreds of PBA members announcing the letter was held on the steps of City Hall and covered by: NY 1 News; CBS News Radio 880, and 1010 WINS Radio. Read the letter signed by 37 Council members calling for a market wage for PBA members.

March 20, 2019 Contract Updates
Judge declines to disqualify Linn from arbitration panel

March 20, 2019 Offers & Discounts
Offers: Education
Mercy College: Special tuition rates for MOS

March 20, 2019 Publications
The Beat: March 2019

March 19, 2019 In the News
PBA Joins Council for Fair Pay

Nearly 300 PBA members and their families joined members of the New York City Council today on the steps of City Hall to demand a fair market rate of pay. See PBA-recorded video.

March 19, 2019 Offers & Discounts
Offers: Fitness/Health
CKO Kickboxing, Maspeth

March 19, 2019 Offers & Discounts
Offers: Merchandise
BJs: Discounts for MOS

March 18, 2019 In the News
PBA to Hand Deliver Letters to Parole Board

Following the secret termination of a direct PBA to Parole Board link, Pat Lynch pledges that the union will hand deliver letters opposing the parole of cop killers directly to the Parole Board. Stories ran in: Daily News; NY Post and on CBS Radio.

March 18, 2019 Employment
Designated Driver

March 17, 2019 Press Releases
PBA to Parole Board: We will hand deliver letters opposing the parole of cop-killers

March 17, 2019 Employment
Full-Time Armed Tactical Response Operative

March 14, 2019 Contract Updates
City Council Members Stand with PBA for Fair Pay

March 14, 2019 Photo Galleries
Retirement Party for PBA 2nd VP Mubarak Abdul-Jabbar (aka: AJ)

March 13, 2019 Press Releases
PBA wins ruling to block release of disciplinary summaries

March 13, 2019 In the News
PBA Wins Case to Protect Members

The Daily News and Post report on the PBA’s court victory to prevent the NYPD from releasing “de-identified” disciplinary summaries. Read Pat Lynch’s full statement here.

March 10, 2019 In the News
PBA Follows de Blasio to SC

New York 1 reports as de Blasio travels to South Carolina seeking the presidency, the NYCPBA’s  message of “no friend of labor“ is right on his heels.

March 7, 2019 In the News
Lynch Demands Reconnection to Parole Board

In a Daily News story reporting the Parole Board’s secret shutdown of the computer link from the PBA’s “Keep Cop-Killers in Jail” website that generated letters of opposition to parole of cop-killers, Pat Lynch demands the immediate reconnection so that citizens’ opposition can be heard

March 7, 2019 In the News
Lynch Criticizes Legal Aid's Database

Lynch takes aim at the Legal Aid Society’s “bad cop database” which includes information about bogus lawsuits and false accusations made against MOS. Stories ran in the NY Times and the Daily News.

March 7, 2019 Press Releases
PBA Statement on Departure of Queens DA Richard Brown

March 7, 2019 Press Releases
Parole Board secretly disconnect's the PBA's “Keep Cop-Killers in Jail” computer access

March 7, 2019 In the News
Questions About Body Cams

As the NYPD announces that all patrol are now equipped with body cams, some report on the PBA’s ongoing legal action and concerns about the ability of the department to randomly release what they choose. Stories ran in: Daily News; AMNY; Post; Wall Street Journal.

March 6, 2019 Press Releases
PBA statement on Legal Aid lawsuit database

March 5, 2019 10-13

Request for a kidney donation for our daughter, 16-year-old Julia Mulroy. See details.

March 5, 2019
Retirement Celebration

Join us on March 14 in celebrating Mubarak "AJ" Abdul-Jabbar's 35-year career with the PBA and the NYPD. See flyer for details.

March 5, 2019 Employment
Senior Rackets Investigator, Bronx

March 3, 2019 In the News
Street Renamed for PO Manny Vargas

The street outside the 49th Precinct was re-named in honor of Police Officer Manny Vargas, who died from a 9/11 related brain cancer. Pat Lynch asked all to remember that even now there are police officers at home struggling to breathe as a result of 9/11 exposure. The story ran on News 12 the Bronx and on News Radio 880.

February 28, 2019 Press Releases
Ruling on PBA lawsuit invalidates several new CCRB rules as exceeding the City Charter

February 28, 2019 In the News
PBA to Appeal BodyCam Ruling

PBA president Pat Lynch announces that the union will appeal the appellate court’s decision that body cam footage should be released. Stories appeared in: Daily News, NY Post and on News 12 Bronx.  Read Lynch's entire remarks here.

February 28, 2019 Employment

February 27, 2019 Press Releases
PBA begins appeal process of body worn camera decision

February 27, 2019 In the News
Annual Memorial Service for PO Byrne

PBA president Pat Lynch, members of the PBA board and active and retired MOS attended the annual memorial service in memory of PO Edward Byrne. Byrne, who was 22 years old, was assassinated while posted in an RMP protecting the home of a witness in a drug case. Former NYPD Deputy Commissioner for Legal Matters, Larry Byrne, the deceased officer brother also attended. Stories were broadcast on NBC 4 News, ABC Radio and New York 1 News. The Post also ran a story.

February 26, 2019 10-13

Israel is suffering from a rare and debilitating autoimmune disease which severely affects his speech and mobility. Due to mounting medical expenses, his family has suffered serious financial hardships. March 7th. Click here for details.

February 25, 2019 In the News
Lynch Speaks for 9/11 Survivors

Speaking on Capitol Hill alongside 9/11 responders and survivors, Congressional representatives and comedian and 9/11 activist Jon Stewart, Pat Lynch makes an impassioned case for the permanent reauthorization and funding of the 9/11 Victim Compensation Fund.

February 25, 2019 Photo Galleries
Memorial for Slain Police Officer Edward Byrne in the 103 Pct.

February 22, 2019 Publications
The Beat: February 2019

February 21, 2019 In the News
Detective Simonsen's Funeral

The funeral of Det. Brian Simonsen was reported in: Newsday, NY Times, Wall Street Journal, Daily News and the Post. It also aired on: CBS 2 , ABC 7, PIX 11, NBC 4, Fox 5, News 12 Long Island, WMBC, New York 1, WOR, and WNYC.

February 21, 2019 In the News
Follow-Up Reports on Body Cam Decision

Follow up reports on the body cam court decision ran in Metro and the Brooklyn Daily Eagle and aired on Fox 5 and ABC 7.

February 20, 2019 In the News
Det. Simonsen's Wake

While attending the wake for Det. Brian Simonsen, Pat Lynch asked the public to remember his family. Stories ran on: News 12 NJ; 770 AM radio; WOR Radio.

February 20, 2019 In the News
Court Rules Against Body Cam Footage Protection

Appellate Court rules that body cam footage is not protected under Civil Service law 50-A. Pat Lynch calls the decision wrong and states that it will negatively impact public and police officer safety. Stories appear in: Wall Street Journal; Daily News; Post and the Times Union. Stories were also broadcast on: NBC 4 News, WINS Radio, New York 1, ABC 7 News, WNYC Radio, Newsradio 880. See also the PBA press release.

February 20, 2019 Photo Galleries
Funeral of Detective Brian Simonsen

February 19, 2019 In the News
Chief on Various Topics

The Chief Leader reports on the tragic line of duty death of Det. Brian Simonsen. In a story regarding the City Council’s bills to repeal or revise section 50-A of the Civil Rights law, Pat Lynch strenuously objects noting “… the committee's action [is] reckless… designed to once again demonize police officers, seemingly for political gain.” In a story about the EMT union seeking parity with other uniformed unions, Labor Commissioner Bob Linn says that they are paid what private sector EMTs are paid. The story notes Lynch and the PBA are dissatisfied with police officers' pay.

February 19, 2019 In the News
Corey Johnson Apologizes

Reported in the Post, City Council Speaker Corey Johnson apologizes for an insensitive tweet when called out by the PBA.

February 19, 2019 Press Releases
PBA President: Court decision on body cam footage is wrong

February 18, 2019 In the News
Mourning Det. Simonsen

Pat Lynch attends a memorial for Det. Simonsen at which he states the blame lies entirely with the perps. See News 12, Long Island.

February 11, 2019 Offers & Discounts
Offers: Entertainment
Gun for Hire - Woodland Park Range

February 11, 2019 Employment
Mulligan Security

February 8, 2019 Offers & Discounts
Offers: Services
Advanced Derma Laser Tech New York

February 7, 2019 Press Releases
PBA President's Statement on City Council Hearing on Police Discipline

February 2, 2019 In the News
Lynch Slams Discipline Report

A panel appointed to review the NYPD's disciplinary system released a report calling for changes to the system and to section 50-A of the state's Civil Rights law. Pat Lynch slammed the report saying the panel and department has surrendered to anti-cop advocates and will make the city more dangerous. Read Lynch's complete comments here. Stories ran in the: NY Times; Daily News; Post; Newsday and on NBC 4 News; WINS Radio; CBS Radio, PIX 11 News; and New York 1.

February 1, 2019 In the News
Preliminary Hearing in Pantaleo Disciplinary Trial

New York 1, WCBS 880 Radio, Daily News, the Staten Island Advance and Newsday reported on a preliminary hearing in the disciplinary trial of P.O. Daniel Pantaleo, which Pat Lynch called "a trial that simply should not be happening." Read Lynch's full statement here.

February 1, 2019 Press Releases
NYC PBA statement on disciplinary panel report

January 31, 2019 Press Releases
Statement by NYC PBA President regarding preliminary hearings in the disciplinary case against P.O. Daniel Pantaleo

January 30, 2019 In the News
PBA Protest in the Bronx

News 12 the Bronx and NBC 4 News aired stories about the PBA's protest for a fair contract outside of a de Blasio Town Hall meeting in the Bronx.

January 29, 2019 In the News
The Chief on Veve Decision

The Chief Leader reports and editorializes on the furious reaction to the light sentence handed down to the perp who tried to kill PO Dalsh Veve. reports

January 27, 2019 In the News
New Name for PBA

NY 1 News reports on the recent vote by the delegate body to change the name of the union.

January 24, 2019 In the News
Lynch Outraged at Light Sentence for Gangbanger

PBA president Pat Lynch was furious about the light sentence handed down in the case where PO Dalsh Veve’s life was ruined permanently by a gangbanger with 11 priors. Stories aired on: PIX 11 News; NY1 News; CBS 2 News; ABC 7 News; NBC 4 News; WINS radio; Newsradio 880; WABC Radio. Print stories appeared in: Daily News; Post; Brooklyn Daily Eagle, and the Post hammered the judge’s decision in an editorial.

January 23, 2019 Press Releases
Videos of PBA President's angry reaction to lenient sentence given to man who nearly killed PO Dalshe Veve

January 23, 2019 Offers & Discounts
Offers: Real Estate/Mortgages
East Coast Capital

January 17, 2019 In the News
Reports on the Death of PO Kessler

Reports of the tragic, fatal accident that took the life of PO Brian Kessler, PSA 8, appeared in Newsday Daily News, Post, Gothamist, and the Wall Street Journal. Several stories included the PBA’s message of condolences expressed by Pat Lynch. Read Lynch’s statement here.

January 16, 2019 Press Releases
PBA President’s statement on the tragic accidental death of Police Officer Brian Kessler

January 15, 2019 In the News
Chief on Video, PBA Name Change

The Chief Leader reports and editorializes on PBA president’s defense of two officers who used necessary force to make a collar in Washington Heights. They also report on the delegate body’s overwhelming support of updating the name of the union to the “Police Benevolent Association.”

January 14, 2019 Publications
The Beat: January 2019

January 13, 2019 In the News
Lynch Continues to Defend Officers

Stories appeared in the Daily News, Post, CBS 2 News, and NBC 4 News, News Radio 880 and New York 1 in which PBA President Pat Lynch defends the actions taken by police officers in a leaked body cam video attempting to arrest two perps who were resisting and fighting officers in Washington Heights. See most recent PBA press release on the issue.

January 12, 2019 Press Releases
PBA statement on latest video in Washington Heights attack on cops

January 11, 2019 In the News
News Coverage of Perps' Release

Upon learning that the Manhattan DA’s office would release one perp in the Washington Heights melee and not require bail for the one arrested, PBA President Lynch released this statement to the media. Reports appeared on: PIX 11 News; Fox 5 News; ABC 7 News; WINS Radio News; the Post and the Daily News.

January 11, 2019 Press Releases
PBA statement on release of perps in Washington Heights attack on cops

January 11, 2019 Employment

January 10, 2019 In the News
Pat Lynch Defends Members

PBA president Pat Lynch defends the use of force by MOS taking two men who assaulted them into custody. The PBA also released video found on Facebook of one perp stating that he seeks to get into confrontations with police so he can sue the city. Read the entire release and watch the video. The story ran on: ABC 7 News; WINS Radio: New York 1 News; WSYX News (Ohio), Fox 5 News; News 12 Bronx; KDRV news (Oregon); PIX 11 News. Stories were published in: Daily News; Post and NY Times.

January 9, 2019 Press Releases
“F—k the Police …They get hurt and I get paid”

January 8, 2019 In the News
Oppose Cop-Shooter Release

In the Daily News, seriously wounded police officer and PBA continue to oppose release of cop shooter.

January 8, 2019 Employment
Senior Rackets Investigator

January 6, 2019 In the News
Parole Board Already Decided on Cop-Killer Decision

In the Daily News, PBA President hammers the parole board for pre-determining the outcome of a case before hearing all of the evidence.

January 5, 2019 Photo Galleries
Celebration of Three Kings Day in the Bronx

January 5, 2019 Employment
Senior Rackets Investigator (Night Statement Room)

January 2, 2019 Offers & Discounts
Offers: Real Estate/Mortgages