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Support for NYPD Fallen Officer Jason Rivera

Westchester County Police Officers joined those from throughout the area as they paid a visit to the 32 Precinct in NYC to show support, and offer condolences, as the NYPD prepares to lay Police Officer Jason Rivera to rest and keeps a vigil for Police Officer Wilbert Mora who is fighting for his life. CLICK HERE TO GO TO THE NEWS 12 STORY

Passing of Police Officer Timothy Joyce

Timothy “Timmy” Joyce started his career with the NYPD on 1/25/1982 and was working in the Highway 1 Precinct as a motorcycle officer before transferring to the Westchester County Police on 8/7/1989. When WCPD reinstated the motorcycle unit Tim was instrumental in making it a success and was a fixture there, as well as in the Town of Cortland precinct, until his recent retirement due to illness. Timmy was well respected by his peers and took part in training a generation of Police Office...

Release of Brinks Robbery convict spurs new parole bills

Release of Brinks Robbery convict spurs new parole bills GO TO NEWS 12 REPORT Nov 17, 2021, 12:28pm New legislation was introduced today in the wake of the controversial clemency and parole of David Gilbert. Gilbert was convicted on three counts of murder for his role in the 1981 Brinks robbery and shooting at Nanuet Mall, which left a guard and two Nyack police officers dead. A new series of bills would make a few major changes in an effort to prevent convi...

Fundraiser for family of Rye Brook Sgt. Richard Carroll

CLICK HERE TO GO TO CARROLL FAMILY FUNDRAISER---During the early hours of Thanksgiving morning on November 25th, 2021 a fire broke out in the basement of the Carroll residence in Thornwood NY in Westchester County. First responding fire department members were able to evacuate Teresa Carroll, and Connor Carroll who were asleep during the time of the fire. Sadly, Sean Carroll who was asleep in the basement, passed away at 26 years old. Sean was a firefighter with the Thornwood Fire ..

Police Officers injured in Cortlandt standoff - Presidents Statement

READ LOHUD STORY Cortlandt man dies after shooting at police, injuring officers during 12-hour standoff


Luis Gabriel Ramos was arrested for FELONY ARSON on October 26th in Dutchess County NY. NYS BAIL REFORM LAWS required that Ramos be set free without bail and he was given a date of December 21st to return to court. Ramos has now been arrested for brutally stabbing to death a mother and daughter in their Yonkers NY home sometime between Oct. 29th and Nov.1st. This is yet another case where BAIL REFORM has required that a felon remain...

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Conditions Unit Investigation

WCPD Conditions Unit seizes a large quantity of US Currency in yet another investigation aimed at stemming the flow of drugs into our communities.


Lack of support from elected officials, and anti-police rhetoric are fueling aggression towards Police Officers. The National Fraternal Order of Police reports that as of midnight on 31 December, there were 346 officers shot in the line of duty in 2021. Of those officers shot, 63 of them were killed by gunfire.There were 103 ambush-style attacks on law enforcement officers this year (+115% from 2020 YTD). These ambush-style attacks have resulted in 130 officers sh...

2022 PBA Golf Outing

On Monday 09/26/22 we had our PBA Golf Outing at Ardsley Country Club. Thanks to all who came out and contributed to another successful outing. It was another great day with great people who support our membership and the Gary Stymiloski Scholorship Fund

Another Cop Killer Freed by NYS

In what's become an all too common occurrence in NYS, another cop killer will be paroled. As elected officials at all levels of government continue to embrace legislation and policies that endanger our communities, and our Police Officers, the NYS Parole Board is sending the message that cop killers have a place in our society. Please see the attached flyer for a message from Larchmont PBA President, Sgt Dan Calapai. On October 12th, the 46th anniversary of Patrol...