Albany’s assault on money-saving pension reform must be stopped
Month: June 2014
Come out even if it’s for an hour…
Congratulations C.O. Jessica Peña
The SCOA proudly congratulates our very good friend and member Officer Jessica Pena who will be singing the National Anthem for the Brooklyn Cyclones on the 4th of July!!
Thug seriously injures veteran cop in tussle
A 14-year veteran NYPD cop suffered a serious leg injury Wednesday when an erratic career criminal awaiting arraignment in Manhattan Criminal Court got into a scuffle with officers, law enforcement sources said.
Passing of Court Officer Gerner
We are deeply saddened to announce the passing of Queens Court Officer Susan Anne Gerner.
Passing of Sean Slattery
We are deeply saddened to announce the death of Sean Slattery, brother of SCO Kieran Slattery.
Attacks on the Rise Due to Personnel Cuts
More than 12 city court officers have suffered line-of-duty injuries in the two past months — and judges and jurors could be next, union officials warn.
National Puerto Rican Day Parade
SCOA President Patrick Cullen and 2nd Vice President Anthony Vazquez proudly marched up 5th avenue with the Hispanic Court Officers Society for the National Puerto Rican Day Parade.
Passing of Rose Leoutsakos
We regret to announce the passing of Rose Leoutsakos, wife of retired Lt. Teddy Leoutsakos of the N.Y.S. Court Officer Academy.
Law Enforcement Torch Run to Benefit The Special Olympics
SCOA is a proud supporter of the Law Enforcement torch run to benefit the special Olympics.