New York City Police
Commissioner Raymond W. Kelly will host the annual Auxiliary Police Longevity
Service and Awards Ceremony on Wednesday, October 23, at 7:30 p.m. The ceremony
will be held in the first-floor auditorium at One Police Plaza.
The ceremony will pay honor
to the men and women of the Auxiliary Police program for their commitment to
community service in all five boroughs. Members of the Auxiliary Police have not
only continued their high tradition of serving in crime-prevention and community
relations, but they also served admirably throughout the rescue and recovery
operations at the World Trade Center.
In addition to those
receiving Supervisor-of-the-Year awards, two members will be honored for
completing 50 years of service as part of the Longevity Service awards.
The awards for the ceremony
are sponsored by the New York City Police Foundation.
YORK CITY POLICE COMMISSIONER RAYMOND W. KELLY TO HOST
LONGEVITY SERVICE AND AWARDS CEREMONY
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 23, AT 7:30 P.M.
POLICE PLAZA – FIRST-FLOOR AUDITORIUM