Monthly Membership Meeting – Monday, July 24, 2017

National Latino Officers Association Monthly Membership Meeting Monday, July 24, 2017, 6:30 PM Hispanic Transit Society Building 450 Sound View Avenue Bronx, New York 10473 Dear Members and Supporters, Our next general membership meeting will be held in the Hispanic Transit Society Building, on Monday, July 24th at 6:30 PM. Agenda items include: 2017 NLOA Dinner Dance (9/22/2017), membership renewals*,.. read more →

Funeral Services for Police Officer Miosotis Familia – July 10-11, 2017

              The National Latino Officers Association extends our deepest sympathies to the family, friends and fellow law enforcement officers of Miosotis Familia, NYPD Police Officer with the 46th Precinct. We ask all of our members and supporters to attend the funeral services to be held at World Changers Church,.. read more →

Brooklyn Puerto Rican Day Parade – Sunday, June 11, 2017

After careful consideration and discussions, the National Latino Officers Association has decided to celebrate our culture and recognize the contributions of the entire Latino community by marching in the BROOKLYN Puerto Rican Day Parade. And all of our members and supporters are invited to join us on Sunday, June 11th. We will begin formation promptly at 4:00pm.. read more →

Hispanic Transit Society Event – Friday, May 5, 2017

Hispanic Transit Society “Community Open House” Friday, May 5, 2017 at 4:30 PM 450 Soundview Avenue, Bronx, NY 10473 All NLOA members are invited to attend the Hispanic Transit Society’s “Community Open House” event on Friday, May 5th at 4:30 PM. Enjoy the live music, grilled burgers and hot dogs, special guest Assemblyman Marcos Crespo, a.. read more →

Promotion of Emmanuel Gonzalez – Wednesday, December 21, 2016

The National Latino Officers Association is proud to announce the promotion of Board Member and NYPD Captain Emmanuel Gonzalez to Deputy Inspector. Please join us at the promotion at 1 Police Plaza on Wednesday, December 21st at 10:00 AM. Be sure to arrive early to accommodate parking limitations and security checks. And be advised that.. read more →

NLOA Toy Drive Donations Needed by Wednesday, December 21, 2016

The NLOA is requesting donations from all members and supporters to help wishes come true this holiday season through our Toy Drive. Please donate an unwrapped toy for children between toddler and up to 16 years of age. The last date for donations will be Wednesday, December 21, 2016. Please contact NLOA Board Members Paul Lopez (718) 924-7981 or.. read more →

Passing of Reverend Luis F. Serrano

The National Latino Officers Association is saddened to announce the passing of Reverend Luis F. Serrano. Rev. Serrano was a strong supporter of the NLOA and the advancement of the Latino community. Those of us that had the privilege of knowing Rev. Serrano were fortunate, as he left a lasting impression as a man of.. read more →

Hispanic Heritage Month Celebration – Tuesday, October 11, 2016

Dear Members & Supporters: The National Latino Officers Association Executive Board, the Hispanic Society, and the NY Dominican Officers Organization cordially invites all Hispanic Police Officers and Civilian Members of the service to the 2016 Hispanic Heritage Celebration at New York City Police Department Headquarters, located at One Police Plaza NY, NY on Tuesday, October 11,.. read more →

NLOA 2016/2017 Journal Sponsor: Law Offices of Mullaney and Gjelaj

Law Offices of Mullaney and Gjelaj, P.L.L.C. 100-09 Metropolitan Avenue Forest Hills, New York 11375 (718) 821-8100 The Law Offices of Mullaney and Gjelaj are one of our corporate supporters. The firm specializes in personal injury legal services, which may be of interest to our members. Please visit their website by clicking on the following link for detailed information: read more →

Anthony Miranda Interviewed by Newsweek: “Through the Dust, the Living Victims of 9/11”

Through the Dust, the Living Victims of 9/11 (click link for full interactive article) Newsweek Staff September 11, 2016, 7:10 AM Fifteen years ago, lower Manhattan lay beneath a dust cloud from the collapsed World Trade Center towers. Today, the defiant One World Trade Center stands tall in its place, but many of the first responders.. read more →