A Call to Action Press Conference – Tuesday, October 7, 2014

A Call to Action Press Conference Tuesday, October 7, 2014 at 8:30 AM Steps of City Hall The National Latino Officers Association will be joining Discovery for Justice and other organizations at a press conference on the steps of City Hall, where Council Member Andy King will introduce a resolution to repeal Criminal Procedure Law 240.. read more →

Hispanic Appointment – August 1, 2014

The National Latino Officers Association (NLOA) is proud to announce the selection of Louis A. Molina as Deputy Chief Investigator of the Kings County District Attorney’s Office, Detective Investigators Division.  The NLOA is an advocacy and fraternal law enforcement organization that strives for the advancement of qualified Hispanics and people of color.  And as an.. read more →

Press Conference and Statement Supporting Raphael Pineiro – Sunday, October 20, 2013

PRESS CONFERENCE Date:           Sunday, October 20, 2013 Time:           10AM Location:     1 Police Plaza (Mezzanine Level) PRESS STATEMENT We understand the mayoral candidates, Joseph Lhota and Bill de Blasio, if elected in the general election in November, will have a transition team vetting candidates for the arduous task of appointing a new Police Commissioner, which in.. read more →

Press conference against Commissioner Kelly appointment to Homeland Security – July 21, 2013

Date: Sunday, July 21, 2013 Time: 11:00 am Location: Front of One Police Plaza, New York, NY Presiding: Anthony Miranda, Executive Chairman National Latino Officers Association (646) 772-3728 Noel Leader, Co-Founder 100 Blacks in Law Enforcement Who Care (917) 335-2784     Charles Billups, President of the Grand Council of Guardians (917) 864-6084                       .. read more →

Press Statement Re NYPD English-only Policy – June 25, 2013

NATIONAL LATINO OFFICERS ASSOCIATION P.O. BOX 02-0120, Brooklyn, NY 11201 (646)772-3728 / (866)579-5809 www.NLOAUS.org / Email: ChairNLOA@aol.com The New York Police Department implemented a English-only policy without a clear understanding of how it could be used in a discriminatory manner and could create a hostile work environment for its Latino Officers and civilian employees.  The comments by Kim Royster.. read more →

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 →