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Next CEA Meeting

CEA General Membership
6:00 pm
Wed, September 3, 2014
Antun's
96-43 Springfield Blvd.
Queens Village, NY
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Welcome Message from the CEA President


Welcome to the Website of the Captains Endowment Association of the NYPD. 
Our Association represents members in the rank of Captain, Deputy Inspector, Inspector, Deputy Chief, and Surgeon, who work in the New York City Police Department. Our goal is to improve the working conditions, benefits, and lives of our members as well as helping to improve the quality of life of every New York City resident and visitor to our great City.

CEA's Annual Scholarship Night

The CEA's Annual Scholarship Night will be held Wednesday, July 30th at MCU Park, 1904 Surf Avenue, Coney Island, Brooklyn, NY 11224.

This year's game will feature the Brooklyn Cyclones vs. Auburn Doubledays.

The CEA has reserved the entire bleacher section for this event. Tickets are available for CEA members in good standing at $5 each. This will include the BBQ at 5:30 PM and the game, which begins at 7:00 PM. The scholarship awards will be presented on the field prior to the game. You may send in a check made out to the "CEA Scholarship Fund" and the tickets will be mailed upon receipt of your check. You may also stop by the CEA office, Monday - Friday 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM, to purchase tickets.

Contact Ada Resnick if you have any questions, # 212-791-8292.

10th ANNUAL SGT. KEITH FERGUSON 5K RUN/WALK

Run Walk FlyerPlease join the 5K Run/Walk across the Brooklyn Bridge and back.

Sunday, August 3rd, 2014
City Hall Park

Start time: 8:30 am

Register at: NYCRUNS.COM or ACTIVE.COM

View Flyer for more detail.

POLICE OFFICER DENNIS E. GUERRA POLICE SERVICE AREA 1

PO Dennis Guerra photoWe hold in our hearts and our prayers Police Officer Dennis Guerra, who passed away April 9th, 2014 at 6:50 a.m. and has given his life in the performance of his sworn duty to protect the public. He was 38 years old.

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Guide to The New York Safe Act
In response to many questions from our active and retired members, the New York State Police has released a field guide reference on the New York Secure Ammunition and Firearms Enforcement Act of 2013 (SAFE Act).  This guide answers many questions from our members on their continued possession of their legally owned firearms.

Click for the Safe Act Guide

A Message from CEA President Roy Richter
On the morning of June 27, at 2:35 a.m., the New York City Council passed Intro. No. 1080 by a vote of 34 to 17. This legislation creates a revised definition of “bias-based profiling” and grants a private right of action to any person stopped by police on the basis of description. I had the opportunity to debate the Bill’s lead sponsor, Councilman Jumaane Williams, on NY1’s Inside City Hall this past Tuesday night.

View video and press release

POPPA CARES ALERT - Suicide Prevention Training
Every year a number of New York City Police Officers take their own lives. The hard reality of law enforcement is that police officers are more likely to be a victim of suicide than of homicide.

POPPA will be offering a Two day Asist training to any NYPD officer and their family members for Free.
The Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST) workshop is for caregivers who want to feel more comfortable, confident and competent in helping to prevent the immediate risk of suicide.

Click for course details and training schedule.

To learn about the Asist program go to www.livingworks.net.

Good Friend to the CEA
Good Friend to the CEAInspiration Through Charity
At TMD, we believe charity is a powerful force of inspiration and unity—one that drives true heroes and leaders to inspire others through their courage, effort, skill, ingenuity, compassion, and sacrifice. Read more...

ENJOY BIG SAVINGS AT HERSHEYPARK THIS SUMMER!

Good Friend to the CEASAVE on regular admission to Hersheypark!

Coupons can be printed and presented at the Hersheypark entrance or the 5 digit promotional code (listed under the barcode) can be used to purchase tickets online at Hersheypark.com.

Visit Members Benefits for detail.

CEA Newletter and SOC UPdate - (click on image to view report)

CEA Newsletter         SOC Update   

NYPD CEA Statement in Response to The Journal News Release of Gun License Holders

NYPD Captains Endowment Association Statement in Response to The Journal News Release of Gun License Holders name, address and mapped "online" location of handgun license holders.

"It is a disgrace that a news organization would map out and identify the name and residence of licensed handgun holders, many of whom are retired police officers, and at the same time not use the same vigor to identify criminals who have been arrested for illegal gun possession and pose an immediate danger to our communities."


NAPO - National Association of Police Organizations Relief Fund

Download the Assistance Request Form.
Complete and forward to your union or association representative. Please ask them to forward to NAPO.


NYPD MOS HURRICANE SANDY ASSISTANCE
updated 11/13/2012

All Members of the Service whose homes in New York City have been affected by Hurricane Sandy should register for NYC Rapid Repair. This City/FEMA sponsored program will make your homes secure, sanitary and habitable. In order to register for the program, the member must have a FEMA ID Number.
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NYPD Police Unions Establish Disaster Relief Fund - PRESS RELEASE

Five New York City Police Department Police Unions Establish Disaster Relief Fund to provide immediate assistance to Police Officers directly affected by the devastation of Hurricane Sandy.

The goal of the organization is to provide monetary and grant relief for uniformed members of the New York City Police Department and Police Officers in the State of New York that have suffered economic loss as a result of a catastrophic disaster.

Currently, in excess of 1,500 members of the New York City Police Department have been directly affected by Hurricane Sandy. Like many members of our community these officers have lost their homes, automobiles, clothes and are displaced. The difference between members of the NYPD and others directly affected is that our members still have to go to work to protect our City and leave their families many times to fend for themselves. Immediate assistance is required for all families directly affected by this disaster. The five police unions of the NYPD have established a fund to provide immediate assistance to New York Police Officers.

Contributions can be made to:

New York Police Disaster Relief Fund
233 Broadway, Suite 1801
New York, NY 10279

Member police unions are:
Patrolmen's Benevolent Association - Patrick J. Lynch, president
Detectives Endowment Association - Michael Palladino, president
Sergeants Benevolent Association - C Ed Mullins, president
Lieutenants Benevolent Association - Louis Turco, president
Captains Endowment Association - Roy T. Richter, president

Press Coverage:
Police Raise Flag In Breezy Point; Fund Set Up To Help Officers Impacted By Sandy

NYPD Leadership Program

John Jay College of Criminal JusticeA Tuition Exempt Friday Academic Program for NYPD Officers
Enhancing Police Leadership in a Multiracial & Multicultural City


The NYPD Leadership Program provides New York City (NYC) police officers and supervisors with skills that enhance public safety service delivery and police management in a multiracial and multicultural city. Learn more about the program and application details at NYPD Leadership Program at John Jay.

Kahr 9mm Update

Members who are in possession of the Kahr 9mm pistol, which the Department no longer authorizes for off-duty use, now have the option of exchanging their weapon for a Glock 26.
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WTC Monitoring and Treatment Update

Effective July 1, 2011, the WTC Medical Monitoring and Treatment Program became part of the newly created WTC Health Program administered by the CDC and the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH).

To track any new information or changes as a result of the new program, or to enroll for the very first time, visit the NIOSH website at: www.cdc.gov/niosh/topics/wtc. NIOSH can be contacted at WTC_HP_Care@CSC.com or by calling 888-WTC-HP4U (888-982-4748).

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SOC Health and Welfare Fund Benefits Handbook

SOC Health and Welfare Fund Benefits Handbook
The Trustees of the Superior Officers Council Health and Welfare Fund are pleased to present you with this updated benefit handbook. Over the last few years, substantial changes have taken place to our Health and Welfare Fund. We hope this handbook will assist you and your family navigate through the benefits available to you. We urge you to read this handbook carefully so you will become familiar with not only your benefits, but also your rights and obligations related to the Fund.

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The Story of Captain Barry Galfano "in his own words"

As the 10th anniversary of the terrorist attack on the United States of America approaches, we must not forget the Police Officers who continue to struggle with pain and life changing disabilities as a consequence of their selfless police service made in defense of our country.

Please join the members of the NYPD Captains Endowment Association as we broadcast the story of Captain Barry Galfano "In His Own Words" as he details his pride in his service to the public while a Captain in the New York City Police Department...
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