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APO Rumilly
08-28-2014 9:57:58 PM EST
I too will be in for patrol Tomorrow (Friday)afternoon

A/LT France   9178730338
08-28-2014 8:32:39 PM EST
Friday patrol I'll be in at 1600

A/SGT MCSWEENEY   Irwinmcsweeney@yahoo.com
08-28-2014 7:47:33 PM EST
I will be in Friday 08-29-2014 at at 1600

A/PO Morales
08-28-2014 4:58:35 PM EST

During yesterdays patrol came across a water rescue atpier 86

A/PO Morales
08-28-2014 4:46:45 PM EST


A/PO Apolinaris
08-28-2014 4:42:44 PM EST
A/Sgt Sterler my apologies, I will not be able to make it for tonight's patrol.

Protect AND Serve!
08-28-2014 3:12:44 PM EST
SUSPECT FIRES GUN ON BUSY BRONX STREET, QUICK THINKING OFFICERS MAKE ARRESTAnti-Crime officers assigned to the 43 Precinct apprehended a man while he was shooting at another person on Stratford Avenue yesterday afternoon in the Bronx. Sergeant Kelly and Police Officer Sully were on patrol near 172 Street and Stratford Avenue when they witnessed an 18-year-old man firing a semi-automatic handgun as he walked down the busy street. The two officers immediately engaged the suspect, who still had the firearm in his hand, and ordered him to drop the weapon. The individual dropped the weapon and was arrested and charged with attempted murder, assault, criminal possession of a weapon and reckless endangerment.

A/Sgt. Sterler   Tonight's patrol
08-28-2014 2:34:27 PM EST
I'll be at the Castle at 1800 hours, expecting to roll out by 1900. Earlier arrivals are welcome... if you're not sure what to do if you're there before a supervisor gets in, please call or text me before going downstairs.

A/PO Toussaint
08-28-2014 2:32:58 PM EST
In today at 1830hrs for patrol

APO Mcrae
08-28-2014 11:54:50 AM EST
APO McRae in for Thursday 1600

A/PO Apolinaris
08-27-2014 10:15:14 PM EST
I'm in on Thursday for patrol.

A/PO Apolinaris
08-27-2014 10:15:12 PM EST
I'm in on Thursday for patrol.

A/Sgt. Sterler   C.O. Conna's T.R. post
08-27-2014 4:54:23 PM EST
A very fitting selection. T.R., for all his testosterone-drenched activities, was a major supporter of women's rights for his time. That quote was from TEN YEARS before the 19th Amendment granted women the right to vote in 1920, and that right was championed by T.R. as early as 1913 in the platform of the Progressive (commonly referred to as ''Bull Moose'') Party under which he sought reelection to a third, non-consecutive, term as President. Also, as President of the NYC Board of Police Commissioners ROOSEVELT HIRED NYPD's FIRST HIGH RANKING WOMAN EMPLOYEE. Proud to consider T.R. this unit's patron. Proud that very competent women of this unit probably make up the highest %age of females in any NYPD unit. PROUD TO BE CTTF!

C.O. Conna   Saving Lincoln
08-27-2014 4:10:06 PM EST

"Adhere to your purpose and you will soon feel as well as you ever did. On the contrary, if you falter, and give up, you will lose the power of keeping any resolution, and will regret it all your life." - Abraham Lincoln, 1862

A/PO Cruz
08-27-2014 4:07:55 PM EST
I'll be in today at 1700 hours

DET. GREEN   CTTF: a rich history that you are part of.
08-27-2014 3:58:29 PM EST
The ‘Brooklyn Bridge Police Department’ By Michael E.J. Bosak When the Brooklyn Bridge opened on May 24, 1883, it was considered the ‘cream de la cream’ of bridges. At the time, it was the longest suspension bridge in the world. Brooklyn and Manhattan elevated subways fed into the bridge with major terminals on each side of the bridge. Not to mention, that unlike today, tens of thousands of pedestrians would walk across the Brooklyn Bridge each and every rush hour either going to or coming from work or home. The bridge also had its own electric trolley line and massive amounts of horse and wagon and/or horse and buggy traffic. The automobile had yet to be invented. To police all this a separate full-time police department was created under state law just to police the bridge and its approaches. It was called the “The Brooklyn Bridge Police Department” and was independent from the cities of Brooklyn and New York. The department consisted of one captain, 2 sergeants [Today's rank of Lieutenant], 3 roundsmen [Today's rank of Sergeant] and 93 patrolmen. The station house was located at 179 Washington Street in Brooklyn. Originally 16 traffic patrolmen were assigned just to direct traffic at the bridge approaches. It was later increased to 24 patrolmen. It was one of the busiest commands for its day. Collars for intox males, assault and disorderly conduct were very common. Much more so back then than today. Pickpocketing on the crowded bridge's walkways and trolleys was also a frequent occurrence, not to mention the occasional runaway horse that got spooked on the bridge or its approaches. Many a patrolmen got seriously hurt or killed by runaway horses. And let's not forget the sporadic jumpers and people who would attempt suicide, along with the occasional trolley car mishap and the rare top of a high mastered clipper ship hitting the bridge and causing havoc. (Yes the masts of some of those tall clipper ships were that high.) On January 1st, 1898 the Brooklyn Bridge Police Department was consolidated into the NYPD. The command became the NYPD's 3rd Precinct. It was the only NYPD command that ever had a Manhattan precinct designation with a station house located in Brooklyn, which as mention before was located at 179 Washington Street near what today would be near the base of the Brooklyn end of the Manhattan Bridge by the park. (The Manhattan Bridge opened 20 years later in 1903) Later that command would become “Bridge Precinct A” and become part of the NYPD’s newly created ‘Traffic Bureau’ in 1905. At one point, the Traffic Bureau was the largest single command on the department with over 2,000 men and had sixteen (16) ‘Traffic’ Precincts and four (4) ‘Bridge’ Precincts. Its headquarters was located at 1 East 27th Street in Manhattan

A/Sgt. Wice   FALL & WINTER TUESDAY
08-27-2014 9:53:32 AM EST
Thanks to A/POs Yakubova, Behrend, James, Wilson, Aguilar, Arroyo & Yusipov for patrolling midtown, controlling bike traffic lanes and checking city parks last night. Tuesdays are shaping up to be busy nights, with tours starting at 1700 (and flexibility for later starters). If you need to make schedule changes this Fall and Winter, think "Tuesday." And a HT to A/DI Quinones for his support & encouragement last night)

C.O. Conna   Almanac of Theodore Roosevelt
08-27-2014 8:11:22 AM EST

"The welfare of the woman is even more important than the welfare of the man; for the mother is the real Atlas, who bears aloft in her strong and tender arms the destiny of the world." - T.R. editorial in Outlook, 27 August 1910

A/PO Morales
08-27-2014 7:49:50 AM EST
In today by 1600 hours

A/SGT MCSWEENEY   Irwinmcsweeney@yahoo.com
08-27-2014 5:51:00 AM EST
I will be in Wednesday 08 27 2014 at 1500 H

A/LT France   9178730338
08-27-2014 1:19:44 AM EST
Wednesday patrol start time 1300

A/PO Zyryku
08-26-2014 10:30:32 PM EST
I will be in Thursday at 1700

A/Sgt. Sterler   Thursday patrol
08-26-2014 9:53:10 PM EST
I'll be at the Castle at 1800 hours, expecting to roll out by 1900. If you'd like to join us, please post or contact me directly.

A/PO Albergo   Tunnel to Towers 5k
08-26-2014 8:53:34 PM EST

I will be holding a training session at blink tomorrow to prepare for the 5k. If anyone is interested meet me at blink at 0930. I have a guest pass for those who are not members. Even if you are not running or if you are doing the biggest loser contest, feel free to join me. Remember "By failing to prepare, you are preparing to fail." Benjamin Franklin We are the CTTF

A/Sgt Wice   A/PO Behrend
08-26-2014 6:04:46 PM EST
My # is on the 10. Call when you arrive.

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