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June 23, 2022 PBA Updates
Vaccine mandate update: City's motion to dismiss denied

June 22, 2022 In the News
Solo patrol plan modified after assault on MOS

The PBA president is quoted in the Daily News and NY Post and on CBS 2 News, Fox 5 News, NBC 4 News, and on WABC Radio and WCBS Radio : “PBA President Pat Lynch and Mayor Adams have spoken regarding this evening’s assault on a Transit police officer performing solo patrol,” the PBA said in a statement. “The mayor indicated that the deployment plan will be modified so that there are two police officers on every train patrol.” 

June 21, 2022 Press Releases
PBA statement on assault on Transit Officer

June 21, 2022 In the News
More on solo patrols

Press reports continue to quote Pat Lynch on the fallout from the Mayor’s announcement of planned solo patrols in transit. See New York 1, WNYC radio, WINS radio, and WOR radio.

June 21, 2022 Publications
The Beat: June 2202

June 18, 2022 In the News
Pat Lynch blasts mayor’s plan to bring back solo subway patrols

The PBA president is quoted in the NY Post, The Gothamist and on Fox 5 News, NBC 4 News, CBS 2 News, ABC 7 News, Newsmax, WINS Radio, and WNYC Radio: “Solo transit patrols were abandoned because they make it harder for cops to protect straphangers and ourselves. They’re even less effective now that criminals know there are no consequences for fighting cops and resisting arrest.”

June 17, 2022 Press Releases
PBA statement on solo Transit patrols

June 17, 2022 In the News
At Bronx vigil, Pat Lynch mourns NYPD officer slain by husband

The PBA president is quoted in amNY and on WCBS radio: “Many folks wouldn’t think that a police officer would be a victim of domestic violence. When we got a 911 call the other day and never thought that it would be one of your own. This is a police officer who recently saved lives and was called an angel. We are part of the community and the things and the violence and the sorrow that affects you in your home affects us in ours.” 

June 12, 2022 In the News
Pat Lynch warns NYPD staffing crisis will harm public safety

The PBA president is quoted in the NY Post: “The NYPD is sliding deeper into a staffing crisis that will ultimately hurt public safety. Low pay, inferior benefits and constant abuse from the City Council and other anti-cop demagogues has pushed attrition to record highs.” 

June 9, 2022 Employment
Admiral Security Services

June 7, 2022 PBA Updates
Legislature Passes Pension Loan Rights For Tier 3, Enhanced Benefits for LOD Parents

June 7, 2022 Offers & Discounts
Offers: Real Estate/Mortgages
Joe Gerrish: Florida

June 6, 2022 Employment
Protective Security Officers

June 3, 2022 Offers & Discounts
Offers: Sports
Brooklyn Cyclones vs Iron Birds July 10 Special Law Enforcement Package

June 3, 2022 Employment
Security Officer: Nightingale-Bamford School

May 27, 2022 In the News
Rare "no" vote prevents pension raise for long-term officers

Politico reports on anti-police city council members voting down a pension bill to incentivize experienced cops to remain on the job.

May 26, 2022 Press Releases
PBA statement on City Council vote on pension bill

May 26, 2022 Publications
The Beat: May 2022

May 21, 2022 In the News
Charges dropped against gun-toting rapper CBlu; Pat Lynch calls decision “absurd”

The PBA president is quoted in the NY Post: “This absurd decision should outrage every New Yorker who wants to get illegal guns off our streets. There is no dispute that this individual was caught carrying an illegal gun for the second time. If perps like this face absolutely no consequences, even after shooting a cop, we have to ask: why bother sending us out to get the guns at all?” 

May 20, 2022 In the News
Pat Lynch warns that appellate court’s reinstatement of “diaphragm compression law” “deals direct blow to our fight against violence”

The PBA president is quoted in the Daily News, Newsday, amNY, CBS 2 News, Fox 5 News, PIX 11 News, NBC 4 News, New York 1, WABC Radio, WINS Radio, WOR Radio, and WWRL: “We are reviewing our legal options. However, our city leaders need to realize that this ruling deals a direct blow to our fight against the violence that is tearing our city apart.” Lynch called the city law “ill-conceived” and said it “makes it virtually impossible for police officers to safely and legally take violent criminals into custody — the very job that New Yorkers are urgently asking us to do.”

May 20, 2022 Employment
Security/Armed* Officer at North Shore University Hospital

May 19, 2022 Press Releases
PBA statement on Appellate Court reinstatement of "Diaphragm Law"

May 19, 2022 PBA Updates
URGENT: Appellate court REINSTATES "diaphragm compression law"

May 12, 2022 In the News
Pat Lynch slams proposed reduced sentence for 'Molotov Cocktail lawyers'

The PBA president is quoted in the Daily News: “There is absolutely no justification for lowballing the sentence for an anti-police terrorist attack. It’s bad enough that these dangerous criminals have been allowed to sit at home for the past two years. Handing them a below-guidelines sentence would give a green light to other anti-police radicals who seek to advance their cause through violence. The judge must reject this request.” 

May 11, 2022 Press Releases
PBA statement on reduced sentence for 'Molotov Cocktail lawyers'

May 7, 2022 In the News
Pat Lynch slams CCRB’s “third bite at the apple” in already-exonerated cop’s shooting case

The PBA president is quoted in the Daily News, Politico, News 12 Brooklyn, New York 1 and The Gothamist: “CCRB has nothing new to add to Isaacs’ case, which has already been fully investigated and adjudicated by the NYPD. The police officer was also acquitted by a Brooklyn jury. CCRB is simply looking for a third bite at the apple in order to justify their bloated budget and advance their anti-cop agenda.”

May 2, 2022 Employment
C2 Security

April 28, 2022 In the News
More coverage of Lynch's response to Mayor on phone use

The PBA president is quoted in the Daily News, NY Post, PIX 11 News, NBC 4 News, CBS 2 News, ABC 7 News, WNYC Radio, WOR Radio, and WABC Radio: ”New York City police officers did not ask for NYPD-issued smartphones — we were ordered to carry and use them. We are now required to document every minute of our tour on these phones. Every form we are required to fill out and every alert we receive comes through the phone. If there’s a problem with cops using the phone on duty, NYPD management should change the policies and go back to pen and paper.” 

April 27, 2022 In the News
Pat Lynch hits back at Mayor's comments on phone use

Pat Lynch points out that phone use is mandated by department. See Fox 5 News, WINS radio, and CBS radio.

April 27, 2022 Press Releases
PBA statement on NYPD-issued smartphones

April 21, 2022 Offers & Discounts
Offers: Real Estate/Mortgages
Roundpoint - Leslie Treanor

April 20, 2022 Employment
Armed Guards at Walgreens

April 20, 2022 Employment
Security Officers

April 19, 2022 Publications
The Beat: April 2022

April 13, 2022 Press Releases
PBA statement on arrest of subway shooter

April 12, 2022 Announcements
New Dental Program

Find out details of the dramatically improved dental program.

April 8, 2022 In the News
Pat Lynch slams state parole of “Fat Cat” Nichols, drug lord behind the killing of P.O. Eddie Byrne

The PBA president is quoted in the NY Post: “This murderous drug-lord and cop-killer must not move even an inch closer to freedom. Our hero brother Police Officer Edward Byrne sacrificed his life to rid our city of Nichols and his gang.” Nichols was released to federal custody where charges run through 2026. 

April 8, 2022 Press Releases
PBA statement on criminal justice changes in NYS budget

April 6, 2022 In the News
Lynch and other PBA members attend anti-crime rally in the Bronx

Reported in the NY Post, the PBA president spoke at a rally with victims of crimes against police officers as well as the public, demanding changes in Albany to the bail laws. 

April 2, 2022 In the News
Amended PBA lawsuit calls “Kyrie Irving carveout” “arbitrary and capricious”

The amended complaint is quoted in the NY Post: “If vaccine mandates are driven by public health as [NYC officials] claim, then the same changed circumstances (high vaccination rates across the City and steadily declining COVID-19 metrics) that [city officials] relied on to lift the mandate for some, including rich and famous workers, also require that the Vaccine Mandate, Guidance and Termination Requirement be lifted for the men and women in the NYPD who have worked to protect this City throughout the pandemic. Respondents cannot rationally draw public health lines based on an individual’s perceived fame.”  

April 1, 2022 PBA Updates
Vaccine Mandate Update: Amended Petition Filed

March 31, 2022 In the News
Paroled gangbanger who dragged and crippled NYPD detective rearrested in stolen car chase, freed again; Pat Lynch calls it “insane”

The PBA president is quoted in the NY Post and the Daily News: “Every moment he spends free is not only an insult to our hero brother and his family — it is a real danger for New Yorkers.”

March 30, 2022 Press Releases
PBA statement on re-arrest and release of attempted cop-killer

March 28, 2022 In the News
Pat Lynch slams SUNY Brockport for hosting speech by paroled convicted cop-killer

The PBA president is quoted in Newsday, and on PIX 11 NewsNews 12 Long Island and ABC radio. "We cannot pollute the minds of the next generation thinking it's okay if you kill, call yourself a political prisoner — you’re a murderer." 

March 26, 2022 In the News
Pat Lynch denounces CCRB report on police misconduct during George Floyd protests as based on “the flimsiest of evidence”

The PBA president is quoted in pix11.com and CBS 2 News. “Despite CCRB’s attempts to substantiate cases on the flimsiest of evidence, the vast majority of complaints they investigate don’t result in a finding of misconduct.  Meanwhile, almost none of the violent agitators who injured nearly 400 police officers during the protests have been identified or held accountable.”  

March 25, 2022 In the News
Pat Lynch assails “Kyrie vax carve-out” as a “double standard”

The PBA president is quoted on the Mayor's decision to allow performers not to vaccinate in the Daily News, Post, Washington Times, SI Live, Gothamist, New York Magazine, and on New York 1, PIX 11 news, Fox 5 News, News 12 Long Island, CNBC, WINS Radio, and WOR Radio

March 25, 2022 Contract Updates
Arbitration Update Newsletter

March 24, 2022 Press Releases
PBA statement on athlete vaccine exemptions

March 24, 2022 Press Releases
Pat Lynch on CCRB report

March 23, 2022 10-13

Help our 32 Pct. brothers and sisters as they support the families of our fallen heroes. See details of t-shirt fundraiser organized by the command by clicking here.

March 22, 2022 Publications
The Beat: March 2022

March 18, 2022 10-13

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March 17, 2022 Press Releases
PBA statement on Governor's public safety plan

March 16, 2022 PBA Updates
SAFETY ALERT: Vehicle Damage - Queens North

March 15, 2022 Press Releases
Upstate college invites cop-killer to speak as 'political prisoner'

March 14, 2022 PBA Updates
New Dental Plan

March 8, 2022 PBA Updates
Information for Medicare-Eligible Retirees

March 7, 2022 Contract Updates
Contract Update: Day 10

March 4, 2022 Press Releases
Federal Appeals court allows PBA to intervene in protest lawsuits

March 2, 2022 In the News
Pat Lynch supports NYPD pension fund’s plan to divest $42M of Russian-issued securities investments

The PBA president is quoted in the NY Post: “In all pension fund matters, we have a fiduciary responsibility to act in the best interests of the fund’s members. This divestment was necessary in order to protect those interests. Apart from the matter of pension investments, the PBA stands with the people of Ukraine against this unprovoked attack. We join our members of Ukrainian heritage in praying for the safety of their friends and family in the conflict zone. We hope for peace as soon as possible, and we pray that the forces of freedom will prevail.” 

March 1, 2022 Press Releases
PBA statement on Police Pension Fund divestment from Russian securities

February 19, 2022 PBA Updates
Vaccine Mandate Update: Guidance on Reasonable Accommodation Appeals

February 18, 2022 PBA Updates
Vaccine Mandate Update: New Claims Filed

February 17, 2022
Scholarship offer for children of Police Officers

The NYPD Office of Professional Development is pleased to announce that they have extended the deadline for the William H. Boyce Scholarship Lottery. This significant scholarship is available only to the children of police officers. Click here for details.

February 15, 2022 Contract Updates
Contract Update: Day 9

February 11, 2022 Publications
The Beat: The Beat: February 2022

February 10, 2022 PBA Updates
Vaccine Mandate Update

February 4, 2022 Press Releases
PBA statement on video of mayor

February 4, 2022 In the News
Pat Lynch greets latest NYPD officer to be shot, as the cop leaves the hospital

The PBA president is quoted in the Daily News: “He’s happy. He’s been happy since he got here when he got the word that he will be okay. He went through a number of surgeries and he’s a strong young person.” Lynch was also quoted on crime on New York 1, ABC radio, CBS radio, and WINS.

February 4, 2022 In the News
Cop-shooter back in jail, Pat Lynch slams “revolving door” for gun offenders

The PBA president is quoted in the NY Post: “We’re glad that a cop-shooter is back off the street, but this revolving door for a repeat gun offender makes no sense whatsoever. It should be clear to every New Yorker that our justice system is broken in many places. Our lawmakers need to prioritize fixing it above everything else.” 

February 2, 2022 In the News
Pat Lynch slams assemblywoman’s comments comparing cops to Nazis

The PBA president is quoted in the Daily News: “This is why our streets have gotten out of control. Our legislators are busy boosting anti-cop hate online when they should be fixing the laws that they broke.” 

February 2, 2022 In the News
Eulogy for P.O. Wilbert Mora

Fox 5 News and PIX 11 News carried Pat Lynch's full eulogy for P.O. Wilbert Mora at St. Patrick's Cathedral.

February 2, 2022 In the News
Lynch reacts to latest cop shooting

Lynch once again goes to a hospital as another officer is shot while off-duty. Covered on News 12, WINS and CBS radio.

February 2, 2022 In the News
PBA -Recorded Video of the Funeral of Wilfred Mora

See full video.

February 1, 2022
Funeral of P.O. Jason Rivera

See PBA-recorded video of the view from 5th Avenue during the funeral of Police Officer Jason Rivera.

January 31, 2022 PBA Updates
Leave Without Pay Status

January 30, 2022 In the News
Pat Lynch slams actress for ranting about street closures during Jason Rivera’s funeral

The PBA president is quoted in the NY Post: “New Yorkers turned out by the thousands yesterday to help us honor our fallen brother. One person spreading hate cannot erase that. This kind of garbage has polluted the conversation for far too long. We need the New Yorkers who are standing with us to speak up and push back.” 

January 29, 2022 In the News
Pat Lynch delivers a eulogy at P.O. Jason Rivera’s funeral at St. Patrick’s Cathedral

The PBA president is quoted in the The Chief: “…as we sit here today and we hear the speakers and we speak to his family, we now know he's not a hero because of the way he died as a hero but because of the way he lived. He’s a hero not because he had a shield in his pocket but because he had a shield in his soul.” 

January 28, 2022 In the News
Pat Lynch slams “disgraceful” bail release of rapper who shot and wounded NYPD officer

The PBA president is quoted in the NY Post: “If anybody wants to know why we have a crisis of violence in this city, or why we’re about to bury two hero police officers, look no further than this disgraceful bail release. This individual chose to carry illegal guns twice. He chose to fight with and shoot a New York City police officer. There’s no reason to believe he won’t do the exact same thing when he’s out on the street tonight.”

January 27, 2022 In the News
Pat Lynch takes issue with comptroller’s report on pace of “civilianization” at NYPD

The PBA president is quoted in The Chief, saying that while there were numerous ways to address “waste and inefficiency” within the department, those should not entail “a ‘stealth defunding’ under the guise of civilianization that undermines NYPD operations and our public safety mission." 

January 26, 2022 In the News
Lynch urges public to attend hero cops’ funerals, and get to know the “face behind the police officer”

The PBA president is seen, heard, and quoted on WCBS Radio, WABC Radio, Fox 5 News, ABC 7 News, CBS 2 News, and PIX 11 News.

January 26, 2022 In the News
Pat Lynch mourns the passing of P.O. Wilbert Mora

The PBA president is quoted in the Daily News, Post, Newsday, AM New York and on 1010 WINS Radio: “True heroes never die. Our brother Police Officer Wilbert Mora has left us, but he will live on in the heart of every New York City police officer from this day forward.”

January 25, 2022 Press Releases
PBA statement on passing of P.O. Wilbert Mora

January 25, 2022 In the News
Pat Lynch supports mayor’s anti-gun proposals, calling them the “beginnings of a plan"

The PBA president is quoted in Newsday: "In addition to the measures proposed today, we need an immediate rollback of the entire policy regime that penalizes police officers for proactively confronting lawbreakers, and we need more resources to relieve the outstretched cops on the front lines." 

January 24, 2022 Press Releases
PBA statement on Mayor Adams's "Blueprint to end gun violence"

January 23, 2022 In the News
Pat Lynch blames “no consequences” for criminals for the gun-fueled environment that led to cop-killing

The PBA president is quoted in the NY Post: “Perps have always had access to illegal guns. That part isn’t new. The difference now is that criminals are carrying more firepower and using it more frequently, because the message on the street is that there are no consequences if they get caught. Last night [Friday night] that message cost a hero police officer his life. It has to change, immediately.” See more coverage of the reaction to the murder on News 12 and WINS.

January 22, 2022 In the News
Pat Lynch says, “Our hearts are broken,” after cop is killed and another is critically wounded in Harlem shooting

The PBA president is quoted in ABC 7 News, CBS 2 News, New York 1, News 12 Brooklyn, 1010 WINS Radio, WWRL radio, and The Chief: “Our hearts are broken. We’re in shock. Our knees are buckling. And we’re angry, because we’ve been here before; we’re angry because we saw it coming; we’re angry because we said it would happen, and it happened again.”

January 22, 2022 Press Releases
Lynch on 32 Precinct Heroes

January 21, 2022 In the News
Pat Lynch slams judge for setting bail for latest cop-shooter

The PBA president is quoted in the NY Post and on PIX 11 News: “There is absolutely no justification and no excuse for setting bail in this case. This individual was previously arrested for carrying an illegal gun. Then he violated his probation, carried another gun and shot a cop.”

January 20, 2022 Press Releases
PBA statement on bail for Bronx cop shooter

January 19, 2022 In the News
Pat Lynch calls for public and officials to provide the tools to take back the streets

At the hospital where an injured officer was treated, Lynch calls for laws to allow the police to do their job. See his full comments on New York 1. The press conference was also covered on WINS radio.

January 19, 2022 PBA Updates
Vaccine Mandate Update: Judge Approves New City Denial Forms, Lifts Injunction

January 16, 2022 In the News
Lynch says subway tragedy "underscores our current crisis."

The NY Post and WINS news radio cover Pat Lynch's call to get "common-sense solutions ... up and running ASAP.” See full press release.

January 15, 2022 Press Releases
Pat Lynch statement on subway tragedy

January 12, 2022 Contract Updates
Arbitration Update: Day 8

January 11, 2022 Contract Updates
Arbitration Update: Day 7

January 6, 2022 In the News
Lynch interviewed on DA's new policy

Pat Lynch tells local TV news station PIX 11 that DA Bragg's policy not to prosecute and reduce prison time for certain offenses "sends the wrong message."

January 5, 2022 In the News
Pat Lynch raises concerns about new Manhattan DA’s announced policy to stop prosecuting and reduce prison time for certain crimes

The PBA president is quoted in the  NY Post, Daily News, Newsday, Gothamist, NBC 4 News, Fox 5 News, CBS 2 News, New York 1, and NewsNation: "Police officers don’t want to be sent out to enforce laws that the district attorneys won’t prosecute. And there are already too many people who believe that they can commit crimes, resist arrest, interfere with police officers and face zero consequences." 

January 5, 2022 PBA Updates
Arbitration and Contract Status

January 5, 2022 Contract Updates
Arbitration and Contract Status

January 4, 2022 Press Releases
PBA statement on Manhattan District Attorney policy memo

January 4, 2022
Emerald Society High School Scholarship Exam

This weekend: Saturday, January 8. The exam is open to current 8th grade students who are the children or legal dependents of (active or retired) Emerald members in good standing (membership for past 5 years). If interested, please email EmeraldSocietyHSScholarship@gmail.com.