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Announcement of New President of National Latino Officers Association

The National Latino Officers Association (NLOA) is proud to announce the selection of Louis A. Molina as President of its organization. Louis’ tenure as president will take effect on January 1, 2012. read more →

In Response to PBA Union Delegates’ Walkout

The National Latino Officers Association (NLOA) applauds the courage of the Bronx County Patrolmen’s Benevolent Association (PBA) Union Delegates in recognizing that their Union’s leadership has let them down in regards to the ticket-fixing probe.  Unfortunately this is nothing new; for years the PBA has failed to protect the rank and file Police Officers from.. read more →

Mayor’s Commission to Combat Police Corruption (an outside agency) lacks the resources and the power to conduct a real investigatio

              Dear New York Times Editor and Writers: The National Latino Officers Association (NLOA) commends you for bringing media attention to a situation that has been obvious to our organization for some time. It is unfortunate that it had to rise to the level it did due to a.. read more →

Hispanic Elected Officials

Recently we communicated with you regarding the opportunity for the New York City Police Department to appoint the first Hispanic to the position of Deputy Commissioner of Training. read more →

Chairman Message: Extending Courtesy

We want to begin by applauding Edward Mullins, President of the Sergeants Benevolent Association, for boldly taking a public position. read more →

Ultimate Public Servant

Police Officer Ramon Suarez, 45, was appointed to the Transit Police Department on January 20,1987, and worked in Transit District 4, Transit Borough Manhattan Task Force, and the Highway District before transferring back to District 4 in March 2000. read more →