Nassau County Executive Laura Curran and Police Commissioner Patrick J. Ryder will be hosting the official groundbreaking ceremony for the new Nassau County Training and Intelligence Center in Garden City.
Nassau County Police Department is the 13th largest police department in the country, and has not had its own training facility in over 37 years.
Since 1982, the NCPD has been shuttled around the county to various vacant spaces. The new permanent location will be a modern academic and physical training facility as well as intelligence/counterterrorism specialized unit. The new Academy will replace the current one located in the old Hawthorne Elementary school in Massapequa Park. This Academy will provide the NCPD and the Sheriff’s Department with a state of the art facility to properly train officers in the most current law enforcement methods. Other municipal police departments including federal, state and local agencies will also be able to use this facility.
Nassau County Executive Laura Curran
District Attorney Madeline Singas
Police Commissioner Patrick Ryder
Congressman Peter King
Members of the Nassau County Legislature
County Sheriff Vera Fludd
Former Police Commissioner Lawrence Mulvey
President of the Long Island Federation of Labor John R. Durso
Detectives Association President John Wighaus
Superior Officers Association President Kevin Black
Correction Officers Benevolent Association President Brian Sullivan
Civil Service Employees Association Vice President Ron Gurrieri
Police Foundation Executive Director Alexandra Nigolian
Associated Local Municipal Chiefs
Representatives from E&A Construction
Representatives from Spector Group
Representatives from Nassau Community College
When: Wednesday, May 29, 2019 at 11:00am
Where: Nassau County Community College Garden City Campus
Event located on Endo Drive - Enter via Stewart Ave