Post Tagged with: "49th Precinct"

49th Precinct Clergy Council Dinner

49th Precinct Clergy Council Dinner

By Robert Press NYPD Commissioner James P. O’Neill was the featured keynote speaker at the recent 49th Precinct Clergy Council Dinner at Maestro’s on Bronxdale Avenue in the Bronx. And along with Bronx District Attorney Darcel Clark and Councilwoman Vanessa […]

Latest Bronx Shooting

Latest Bronx Shooting

By Robert Press Just before eleven Thursday night a man was shot in the face near the corner of Morris Park Avenue and Van Buren Street in the 49th Precinct. Police did not identify the unknown victim who was rushed […]

by · July 20, 2018 · Bulletin Board, Crime, News
CCTV Systems for Small Businesses, Residential Buildings and Other Private Entities

CCTV Systems for Small Businesses, Residential Buildings and Other Private Entities

On Behalf Of NYPD Community Affairs The 49th Precinct Commanding Officer, Captain Keith Walton 2121 Eastchester Road Bronx, New York 10461 http://www.nyc.gov/html/nypd/html/precincts/precinct_049.shtml Help Us-Help You CCTV Systems Small Businesses, Residential Buildings and Other

The 49th Precinct Presents Making Strides Against Breast Cancer – October 13th

The 49th Precinct Presents Making Strides Against Breast Cancer – October 13th

Dozens Run in Memory of Fallen Officer, Lieutenant Thomas Clesse

Dozens Run in Memory of Fallen Officer, Lieutenant Thomas Clesse

Dozens of community members as well as current and retired police officers joined the family of Lieutenant Thomas Clesse for the annual 5K run & walk organized in his honor. Joined by 49th Precinct Commanding Officer Captain Keith Walton, participants […]

by · September 28, 2016 · Bulletin Board, Photos
9/11 Memorial Run with the Officers of the 49th Precinct

9/11 Memorial Run with the Officers of the 49th Precinct

Captain Keith Walton, 49th Precinct NYPD and Tyrone Lowe. Credit: NY Daily News

Profile: Captain Keith Walton, 49th Precinct

Bronx Profile: Captain Keith Walton, 49th Precinct/NYPD Koi Germany Jr., Staff Writer   In the blink of an eye, 7-year-old Tyrone Lowe found himself an orphan. His father killed himself with a gunshot wound to the head late last year, […]

First BMX Bike Tournament: A community initiative that benefits all

First BMX Bike Tournament: A community initiative that benefits all

By Rich Mancuso/Sports Editor David Lapore, a NYC police officer at the 49th Precinct, was busy late Thursday morning ¬†with the final preparations of registering kids for the first BMX Bike Tournament at Loreto Park Playground over in the Morris […]

by · July 8, 2016 · Sports
Mugging Danger Lurks Near Bronx Psychiatric Center

Mugging Danger Lurks Near Bronx Psychiatric Center

I Was a Victim of Danger by Bronx Psychiatric on Waters Place   By Rich Mancuso You never expect this in your community but it happened to yours truly Wednesday afternoon walking on the sidewalk outside of the Bronx Psychiatric […]

by · February 19, 2016 · Crime, Local News, Mental Health, News
The Bronx Celebrates National Night Out Against Crime

The Bronx Celebrates National Night Out Against Crime

Bronxites and police gathered on August 4th in over a dozen locations across the Bronx to celebrate the 32nd annual National Night Out Against Crime. More than a dozen police precincts and community organizations put together events throughout the borough, […]

Bronxites Take Back the Night on National Night Out Against Crime

Bronxites Take Back the Night on National Night Out Against Crime

Bronxites and police gathered on August 5th in over a dozen locations across the Bronx to celebrate the 31st annual National Night Out Against Crime. More than a dozen police precincts and community organizations put together events throughout the borough, […]