The 10-13 Club of NorthEast Florida
A Chapter of the National NYCPD 10-13 Org, Inc.

Friday, June 29, 2012

NYCPD Manhattan Precinct Photographs

NYCPD Manhattan Precincts

Enjoy the great photos from Flicker:

Thursday, June 28, 2012

June 27th is PTSD Awareness Day

Raise Your PTSD Awareness People with PTSD - whether they are civilians or military - are our neighbors, friends and co-workers. Be prepared to help them. In honor of PTSD Awareness Day – June 27th: Take just 5 minutes and visit to learn something new about PTSD.

Monday, June 25, 2012


Below is the latest information regarding the annual COLA increase excerpted from the Chief-Leader.. Retired public employees in New York will see a 1.4-percent cost-of-living-adjustment for the first $18,000 of their pensions this year, an increase of $252 annually.

The increase amounts to $21 extra per month for anyone with a pension worth $18,000 or more. Those earning less will see smaller increases—for example, a $12,000 pension will get a $168-a-year bump. The increase matches the 2011 rise, which was the largest since a 2-percent bump in 2008

Sunday, June 24, 2012


The names of all New York City police officers killed in the line of duty can be found on the NYPD web site: Click on link for photos and a short biography:

Police Memorial Day was established by Congress in 1962 and proclaimed by President John F. Kennedy in 1963, designating May 15 of each year Peace Officers Memorial Day in honor of the Federal, State, and municipal officers who have been killed or disabled in the line of duty; and the week in which it occurs Police Week, in recognition of the service given by the men and women who, "night and day, stand guard in our midst to protect us through enforcement of our laws."

Saturday, June 23, 2012

VA Survivors Website

The Veterans Benefits Administration has created a “Survivors” Web site for spouses and dependents of military personnel who died on active duty and for the survivors and dependents of veterans who died after leaving the military. 

The Web site is organized into two broad categories – death in service and death after service. It provides visitors with information about a wide range of benefits for the surviving spouse, dependent children, and dependent parents of deceased veterans and active-duty personnel. The site also has information from -- and links to -- other federal agencies and organizations that offer benefits and services to survivors and dependents plus online download of all forms needed to apply for benefits.