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Across the country on January 9, citizens take the lead on National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day.
Law Enforcement Officers of every rank and file have chosen a profession that puts their life on the line every day for their communities. They’ve answered a call to public service that is demanding and often unappreciated. On National Law Enforcement Day, we have an opportunity to thank them for their service and offer a token of respect.

We would especially like to thank the officers of the Port Washington Police Department, Sands Point Police Department and the Nassau County Police Department which we work alongside of everyday.
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Across the country on January 9, citizens take the lead on National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day. 
Law Enforcement Officers of every rank and file have chosen a profession that puts their life on the line every day for their communities.  They’ve answered a call to public service that is demanding and often unappreciated. On National Law Enforcement Day, we have an opportunity to thank them for their service and offer a token of respect.

We would especially like to thank the officers of the Port Washington Police Department, Sands Point Police Department and the Nassau County Police Department which we work alongside of everyday.

 

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Thanks to all law enforcement officers who risk their lives each day to keep us safe.

And thank you to all the Volunteer first responders who give so much to our community!! You are all hero’s!!

Thanks for your service and Amen!!!

amen

Thanks to all!!

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This month the 4 companies held their annual elections of officers. Captains Tom Longworth, Andy Bellini, Robert Mallon and David Marshall have all completed their terms. We thank them for their service and welcome new Captains John Steadman of the Atlantic Hook & Ladder Co., Donald Reese from Protection Engine Company, Joseph Lore of the Flower Hill Hose Company and Julian Facccibene of the Fire Medic Company.
We welcome them and the other officers from each company.
Good luck and stay safe!
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Congrulations Donald, wish you great success. Proud to be an honorary member of PECO, great memories, good friends. Ken Bray

Hmmm that’s a very large company 1 logo compared to the others πŸ‘ŽπŸ»

Congrats to all, especially Donald Reese🀘🀘

Congrats to all especially LJ proud of you!

Congratulations!!! πŸ™πŸ‘©‍πŸš’πŸ‘¨‍πŸš’πŸš‘πŸš’β£οΈ

Congrats to all the outgoing, and good luck to all the incoming especially Donald Reese!!

Congratulations to all!!

Congratulations!

Congrats too all the new captains

Congratulations to all

Congratulations to all!

Congrats!!!

Congratulations

Good Luck on your new venture and responsibilities..A huge Thank you for your caring..

Congratulations

Best of luck for your term, keep it SAFE.

Congratulations πŸŽ‰

Congratulations to all and thank you for your serviceπŸŽ‰πŸ‘πŸš’πŸ‘¨‍πŸš’

Congratulations to all!!

Congratulations and Be Safe

Congratulations

Congratulations to all!!!

Congratulations to all

Congrats & do it safe!

Congratulations!!!

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2 weeks ago

Port Washington Fire Department

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Very nice picture

keep safe on alarms

My favorite fire department. I miss you all

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Our thoughts and prayers are with our brothers and sisters of the FDNY and the Pollard family after
Probationary Firefighter Steven Pollard died late Sunday after he fell more than 50 feet off a bridge in Brooklyn while trying to help injured people at the scene of a car accident.

Probationary firefighter Steven Pollard, 30, who comes from a family of FDNY firefighters, rushed to the scene of the crash around 10 p.m. on the westbound side of the Belt Parkway, just east of Flatbush, FDNY Commissioner Daniel A. Nigro said early Monday at a press conference. Pollard tried jumping from one side to the other when he slipped through a gap on the Mill Basin overpass and plunged 52 feet to the concrete below.
Pollard, who was assigned to Ladder Company 170 in Brooklyn, was pronounced dead at an area hospital a short time later. He had been on the job for a year and a half and is the 1,151 member of the FDNY to die in the line of duty.
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Our thoughts and prayers are with our brothers and sisters of the FDNY and the Pollard family after 
Probationary Firefighter Steven Pollard died late Sunday after he fell more than 50 feet off a bridge in Brooklyn while trying to help injured people at the scene of a car accident.

Probationary firefighter Steven Pollard, 30, who comes from a family of FDNY firefighters, rushed to the scene of the crash around 10 p.m. on the westbound side of the Belt Parkway, just east of Flatbush, FDNY Commissioner Daniel A. Nigro said early Monday at a press conference. Pollard tried jumping from one side to the other when he slipped through a gap on the Mill Basin overpass and plunged 52 feet to the concrete below.
Pollard, who was assigned to Ladder Company 170 in Brooklyn, was pronounced dead at an area hospital a short time later. He had been on the job for a year and a half and is the 1,151 member of the FDNY to die in the line of duty.

 

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Sending prayers to his loved ones...

Very sad to hear of this on my brother’s birthday. Best wishes to his family.

Rest In Peace HERO

He is a Hero, Rest In Peace. My condolences to the FamilyπŸ™πŸΌ

RIP Brother πŸ™πŸ˜’

RIP

Sorry for the loss

So very sadπŸ™

I am so sorry about the loss . My heart goes out to the family. May he rest in peace.

So sad...

Condolences . Terrible loss. God blessings to All.

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