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Federal and NY State legislation continues to have an impact on law enforcement officers in New York State.
Richard DiGugliemo was a NYC Police Officer in 1996 who was convicted of an depraved indifference murder for defending
his father. He was subsequently released upon appeal but now his appeal was overturned.
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|**OFFICER SAFETY ALERT**
There has been several threats against active and retired LEO's. As we keep our fallen brothers and
sisters close to our hearts, remain ever so diligent in keeping yourself and your family safe. These
threats range from removing lug nuts from our cars up to assassinations. Consider removing police
decals and plate frames from your vehicles, carry your weapon, in the event of an incident, ask for a
lawyer and say nothing. (the bad guys always do)
|MESSAGE TO ALL MEMBERS
March 7 Meeting