PRESS RELEASE: SUNY Brockport to host killer of NYPD Officers Piagentini and Jones as Guest Speaker
Sunday, 20 March 2022
The New York State Fraternal Order of Police strongly states that it is SHAMEFUL that SUNY Brockport has invited a convicted cop-killer to speak under the premise that he is a "political prisoner." Cop-killers must not be held up as moral guideposts for students, especially not at the taxpayers expense. These college administrators should be ashamed !
On Wednesday, April 6th, State University New York (SUNY) Brockport will host the speaking engagement of a person involved i...
Help Fight Anti-Police / Anti-Union Bills in Albany
Saturday, 05 June 2021
We are living in unprecedented times, where both police and other civil servants are under attack from Albany. There are three bills that the NYSFOP, and a coalition of other NY Police Unions, are working to fight.
(1) The Police Accountability Act: Senate Bill S.6615 Assembly Bill A.7835
This bill would make it a crime to use deadly force when trying to arrest a person who has committed murder, forcible rape, forcible criminal sexual act, or to stop a kidnapping. If passed, this bill will ...
SIGN THE PETITION! - HELP KEEP NEW YORKERS SAFE! STOP SENATE BILL 6615
Tuesday, 01 June 2021
Keep New Yorkers Safe!- NO on S.6615 (oneclickpolitics.global.ssl.fastly.net)
Senate Bill 6615 will severely restrict the circumstances in which a police officer is able to use deadly physical force. It is one of the most dangerous ideas yet.
Please click here and fill out the petition on the website.
Please take the time to help fight this dangerous legislation and rest assured that the NYSFOP is not taking this lightly!
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Police officer adopts little girl he rescued from abusive household
Monday, 10 May 2021
An inspiring story of an officer helping shape the future of little 4-year-old Kaila's life by rescuing her from a truly dire situation! 🚓
"They really wanted Kaila to be a permanent addition to their family. Brian said, “our goal was to love and care for this little girl for as long as it happened”. And their wish was answered when on August 13 they were able to officially adopt Kaila, the adoption ceremony was held at Mohave County Superior Court in Lake Havasu City." 💙