"Stop the madness - BACK THE BLUE". Contributed by Attorney Timothy C. Moynahan, of Moynahan Law Firm (Waterbury, CT)
Saturday, 29 January 2022
(Dedicated to NYPD Det Jason Rivera)
Another day, another death, another casualty of the war against the police, and the loved ones are left behind to mourn. We are obliged to mourn with the bereaved and to ACT! NOW!
Fund the Police
Teach appreciation in the home and in school.
Foster mutual respect by building community support for local police officers.
Speak on behalf of Qualified Immunity (Define and comprehend "Qualified")
Blue represents loy...
At 22 year old one is considered a young adult, with limited life experience, a lot to learn, and a full life ahead. Yet, this young adult, NYPD Det Jason Rivera, had accomplished more in his 22 years in this world than most will ever do in their lifetimes: he had the job of his dreams, a wife, and the ambition to make a difference in the world, inspiring children and bringing communities together. However, the full life he had ahead was cut short, ironically because of the job he loved.
"A good day is saving a life while carrying out your duty to protect and to serve."On the evening of Nov. 19 the dedicated police officers of Montville, Connecticut Lt. David Radford, Ofc. Lindsey Michaels and Ofc. Kenneth Stuart – members of AFSCME Local 2504 – rescued a 10-year-old boy who was trapped inside an apartment fire.
Police received a call about a structure fire at an apartment building, where a child was trapped inside. Officers sprinted out, and upon arrival at the...
On September 2nd, 2021, after 25 years of service, Sgt Mohl lost his life in the line of duty, swept away in his cruiser during the recent heavy flooding, while trying to protect his community. Col. Stavros Mellekas, Commanding Officer of the State Police reported that Sgt Mohl was working near Jacks Bridge Road, in Woodbury, when he radioed at 3:30 a.m. to report his cruiser was caught in swift floodwater and that he needed help. “He dedicated his career and his life...
Happy Independence day!
July 4th marks the day the United States officially became its own nation. The Declaration of Independence was adopted on July 4th, 1776—and thus, America was born.
Here are a few interesting facts with which you can impress your friends at the barbecue:
Some colonists celebrated Independence Day during the summer of 1776 by putting on mock funerals for King George III of England—symbolizing the death of the Crown’s rule on America.
Officers from the Wilton and Ridgefield Police Departments and Bridgeport Corrections gathered on 6/18/21 for the annual Torch Run that benefits Special Olympics Connecticut.
The Law Enforcement Torch Run is endorsed by the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) and is one of the largest events to raise public awareness in support of the Special Olympics.
A big thank you to all the officers who participated!