Things are always happening on Long Island, and especially in Nassau County. And when the NCPD, the NCPD Foundation and caring citizens come together, GREAT things happen. Check out these events, past events and news stories below. And don’t forget to keep in touch with our Social Media to see more timely news and event information on facebook & instagram.
First Annual “Wrestling Takes Down Drugs Day”
Watch, listen and learn about how the Nassau County Police Department, it’s Partners and the Nassau Community are helping to “take down” Illegal Drug Use in Nassau County at the First Annual “Wresting Takes Down Drugs Day”. Expert & motivational speakers & live exhibitions of wrestling skill & proficiency convey a powerful positive message about wrestling with illegal substance abuse to win the battle against Drug Abuse. See our flyer below. NCCC Campus Map: https://www.ncc.edu/nassauVT/images/NCCmap.pdf with directions. Field House located in the Physical Education Complex (P) in Grid – “F” “7 & 8“. Parents & teenage children welcome – we hope to see you all there on Saturday 02/16/19!
Halloween Treats With Cops!
The Nassau County Police Department Foundation sponsored the NCPD’s “Treats with Cops” Halloween Event at the Hicksville Elementary School. This fun event encouraged Halloween Trick or Treat Safety as well as promoting the concept that the Police are our Heroes!
Meet Bernie & Chief
Meet Bernie and Chief the newest members of theNassau County Police Department canine unit! Thanks to the generosity of our NCPD Foundation donors, these special dogs will be trained to detect bombs and narcotics. We will be following them along their training journey to active duty.
Proudly Introducing 3 New Members of the NCPD
Today was a great day for the Nassau County Police Department as they gained 3 new members! K9’s Chief & Bernie donated by the NCPD Foundation along with K9 Touro named after fallen officer Artie Lopez were added to the NCPD K9 Unit making the total unit 12 dogs. These new members will go through 6 months of training before they officially join the force this coming Spring and specialize in either narcotics or bomb detection.
Sometimes what has happened in the past is as interesting as when it was happening. So we’ve archived a few highlighted stories/news/events from the recent and distant past, that we thought you might still might find relevant and find thought-provoking.
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NCPD Foundation Sponsors Police Activity League
July 2018 –
(Garden City, New York) July, 2018– The Nassau County Police Activity League hosted a basketball clinic in association with the National Basketball Retired Players Association (NBRPA), the National Police Athletic/Activities Leagues (PAL), Jr. NBA and the Leadership Foundation as part of a 15-city nationwide youth basketball and life skills program/clinic on June 30th sponsored by the NCPD Foundation.
NCPD Foundation Helps Sponsor Team Building Academy
June 2018 –
(Garden City, New York) June 12, 2018– The Nassau County Police Department (NCPD) Foundation is proud to accept a $10,000 contribution from AT&T to benefit the NCPD Explorer Program and its 2018 Team Building Academy.
Nassau County Police Department (NCPD) Honoring NCPD’s Veteran Officers
June 4, 2018 –
(Garden City, New York) On June 4, 2018, we were proud to sponsor the NCPD’s first ever ceremony honoring our active and retired military veterans including two of our finest who served in WWII.
NCPD Memorial Park
May 2018 –
Finished product of today’s hard work – NCPD Memorial Park — thanks to the hard work of the Police Explorers, Nassau County Police Department members and Nassau County Police Department Foundation who volunteered today to make the park and the memorial ready for Tuesday’s ceremony.
Nassau County Police Department (NCPD) Foundation, 2017 Heroes & Helpers
December 6, 2017 –
(Garden City, New York) On Wednesday, December 6, 2017, the Nassau County Police Department Foundation partnered with the Westbury Target store to host a community event called Heroes & Helpers. The event pairs police officers from the NCPD with 40 financially disadvantaged children from within the Westbury School District. The Heroes & Helpers program helps foster strong community relationships as children from the Westbury area shop with police officers for holiday gifts for their families through an awarded Target grant. This year the NCPD Foundation generously matched Target’s grant doubling each child’s spending limit to $250.00 per child. [read more]
NCPD Foundation & Toys of Hope & Giving Project
December 2017 –
(Garden City, New York) December 2, 2017– The Nassau County Police Department (NCPD) Foundation, Toys of Hope Children’s Charity and American Giving Project host a toy parade for disadvantaged children in the Roosevelt, Uniondale, Freeport and Baldwin communities.[read more]
Nassau County Police Department (NCPD) Foundation Announces $65,000 Equipment Donation to Auxiliary Police and Advanced Medical Technicians
June 10, 2013 –
In support of the Nassau County Auxiliary Police and Advanced Medical Technicians (AMT’s), the NCPD Foundation raised $65,000 to purchase 600 high-visibility raincoats, hat… [read more]
Nassau County Police Department (NCPD) Foundation Announces Financial Support for R.E.A.C.H. Program NCPD Foundation helps fund innovative program that aids those with cognitive disorders
April 2, 2013 –
In support of the Nassau County Police Department Return Every Adult & Child Home (R.E.A.C.H.) Program, the NCPD Foundation donated $6,000 to purchase 5,000 wristbands, lanyards and identification cards to help officers identify individuals registered in the program… [read more]
Nassau County Police Department Foundation Re-Launches Website
A brand new interface highlights their Center for Law Enforcement and Intelligence
October 24, 2011 –
The Nassau County Police Department (NCPD) Foundation, a non-profit public-private partnership aimed at raising funds to build a state-of-the-art police academy and intelligence center in Nassau County, today relaunched their website (www.ncpdfoundation.org) to provide more robust information about their mission and the progress of it. [read more]