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Due to the critical need for a modern facility to house our training, intelligence and counterterrorism operations, we plan to build a new law enforcement training center in Nassau County.
What The NCPD Is Doing Now:
How The Center for Law Enforcement & Intelligence Will Make The NCPD Better:
This approximately 150,000 square foot state-of-the-art facility will serve as a regional training center for all Nassau County Police personnel, the nineteen village and city departments located throughout the county, as well as a wide array of state and federal law enforcement agencies. This new facility will not only give the NCPD easy access to the village and city police departments situated throughout Nassau County, but it will include the following elements:
Would be the largest, Nassau County-owned Green building and first Net Zero building on Long Island
Become a Sponsor
“Public safety is our most important value because it makes everything else possible. When we feel safe, we get to know our neighbors. When we feel safe, our kids are free to explore. When we feel safe, our businesses can thrive. When we feel safe, our schools can be woven more deeply into the community. When we feel safe we are more open to accept people who look, worship or act differently than us.
Public safety is our most basic county service and the irony is that the better we deliver the service the less people think about it. The children who walk safely to school, the neighbors who walk to the corner store, the commuter who walks home from the bus or train late at night, the senior citizen sitting safely on their front porch at sunset rarely think that they can only enjoy this kind of life because of the protection provided by their local police officers. In our daily life, we usually think about our police when something has gone wrong… When an officer dies or when he or she makes a mistake.
So it takes a special person to be a police officer—a person who can protect and serve, with strength and compassion, often without that recognition—willingly ready to put themselves in harm’s way so others can go about their daily lives.”
Investing in the Future of Public Safety
The various roadways bordering the grounds of the training center will render the facility accessible and visible and may appeal to donors interested in naming opportunities.
Commissioner’s Circle: $1,000,000 + over 2-10 years
For further information about sponsorship opportunities please contact: