December 22, 2022
Following a chaotic domestic violence arrest that left one Brooklyn cop shots in the foot, Pat Lynch calls for “the rest of the criminal justice system to do their job like the New York City police department has done ours.” See NY Daily News, News 12 Brooklyn, 1010 WINS Radio and WABC Radio.
December 18, 2022
The PBA president is quoted in the NY Post: “This absurd hearing and offensive testimony are just more proof that the parole board and their pro-criminal allies in Albany don’t care about crime victims or the safety of law-abiding New Yorkers. This bill would stifle their voices and the voices of other crime victims.”
December 11, 2022
PBA President Pat Lynch is quoted on CBS 2 News, ABC 7 News and on Fox 5 News: "The folks in this room have gotten that dreadful knock, where they look out and see a chaplain, a police officer from our job, standing at the door, and you know what that means.”
December 9, 2022
In The NY Times, the PBA president’s quote: “Other communities are recognizing the talent and are poaching our members. If we pay our police officers a market rate of pay, they will stay here. We know that’s the answer because that’s what these other departments and jurisdictions are doing, with success.”
December 8, 2022
The PBA president’s quote: “This perp is living proof of the dangers of our broken justice system — especially the watered-down parole standards. Two people are dead and another injured because this violent recidivist was put back on the street.” See full article.
December 4, 2022
In stories in the Daily News and on WCBS 880 radio, Pat Lynch raised important caveats about the city’s new mental health plan. Read full statement here.