The Brotherhood For The Fallen Police Memorial bus trip to Albany for the New York State Police Memorial is on Tuesday, 5/7/19.
This year we are adding 3 SCPD members to the Memorial wall due to 9/11 related illness.
Sergeant James Farrell EOW 12/1/17
Sergeant Dennis Reichardt EOW 10/4/18
Detective Stephen Mullen EOW 12/7/18


This year’s Memorial Service is on Tuesday, May 7th.  Both squad 1 and squad 5 are on RDO.

The day trip consists of travel from Hauppauge to Albany and back on a very comfortable luxury bus, a very short ¼ mile march to the Police Memorial in the capitol. This is followed by a dignified service that lasts approximately 45 minutes to 1 hour. Everyone then goes to a nearby fellowship that is co-sponsored by the police unions of the SCPD and NCPD. The bus then returns back home. Provisions will be provided on the bus.

There is no cost to members for anything. The bus departs the south lot of the H. Lee Dennison Building on Veterans Highway, Hauppauge at 7:30 A.M.  The bus will leave Albany at approximately 4:30 PM to return home.

This may sound like a long day, but it is a rewarding experience and shows the families of the Fallen from the SCPD as well as around New York State that their loved ones are not forgotten. Please join our fellow Officers from around the State on this important day.

The uniform of the day is Class A dress uniform.

Please reply to this email if you are interested in going and/or if you need any additional information. Everyone will get a confirmation reply. Please let us know if your plans change also after you RSVP. We do have a limited number of seats and will need to order the appropriate amount of supplies.

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We thank you for your continued support. Please remain diligent in your duties and look out for one another.
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Membership applications are available on homepage of our website. Please send the forms inter-dept mail to BFTF Vice President PO Damon Marro at the 5th Pct. Crime Section or mail them to our PO Box on the form.

Be safe.
The Brotherhood For The Fallen, Suffolk County