Month: April 2015
Vagrants bedding down in court buildings amid security cutbacks
Odor in the court!
Cutbacks in security at city court buildings are leaving the halls of justice open to smelly vagrants looking for a place to crash, The Post has learned.
Passing of Mary Quinn
Tom Quinn, Our fellow SCOA representative from Queens Supreme lost his daughter this morning. Please make every opportunity to support Tom and his family through this tough time.
Law Enforcement Panel Discussion
A Comprehensive Look at New York’s Law Enforcement Agencies and the Communities They Serve.
SCOA Patrick Cullen’s Response to New York Time’s Article
In response to New Plan to Shrink Rikers Island Population: Tackle Court Delays
New Plan to Shrink Rikers Island Population: Tackle Court Delays
There is rare consensus among inmate advocates and correction officials that the surest way to fix the Rikers Island jail complex is to empty it.
If anyone is interested in attending they must RSVP by Friday, April 17th!
13th Annual Golf Classic
13th Annual Golf Classic. Proceeds to support the SCOA Scholarship fund.