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Another year, another successful picnic!  I would like to thank everyone who worked so hard to make this event so successful.  The hard work and dedication is what makes this picnic so successful year after year.  I would also like to thank all the companies and people who donated.  Click here for some photos.


The association is always proud and happy to know when a member receives an award or special recognition. This one is quite unique as the award is being given by an organization 1/2 way around the world to long time supporter and NJAALEOA member, retired supervisory US Air Marshal Tom Masters. Tom will next week fly to South Korea to receive "The Exceptional Korean of the Year "award by the Global Journalists Club of Korea. In part Tom will receive this prestigious award because of his "service to the US community and recruitment of Koreans Americans, specifically into law enforcement and ASIAN Americans, generally." Congrats Agent (ret) Thomas Masters, well deserved!

If your looking into this position and have questions , the association has a member within the dept. Interesting position.
University Police OfficerAgency: Princeton University Department of Public Safety 
Location: Princeton NJ
Industry: Protective Service
Occupational Category: Law Enforcement

Requisition Number


 Job Title

University Police Officer  


Public Safety - 55100  




As part of an assigned team, University Police Officers provide campus safety, security, and law enforcement services to the University community. The individual provides a wide range of services, including both traditional and non-traditional police services. Officers are required to participate in crime prevention and community-oriented public safety programming. The successful candidate must project a positive image. Individuals enforce University regulations, local ordinances, and state laws. The individual is a first responder to incidents, accidents, and other emergency situations and is responsible for conducting initial and follow-up investigations into significant and criminal incidents. The individual will work under the direction of a sergeant. 

The Department of Public Safety is a 24/7, 365 day operation. The successful candidate must be able to work ALL shifts, including weekends, holidays, and overtime shifts, as required. 
Overtime is mandatory 
This is an entry level, sworn University Police position.  

-MUST have current New Jersey Police Officer Certification; approval of New Jersey Training Commission (NJPTC) for police commission. 
-Officer must demonstrate proficiency with assigned firearm and qualify per Attorney General (AG) guidelines and annually thereafter per policy. 
-High School diploma or equivalent 
-Current valid vehicle operator's license 

What are some of the youth of America, drinking,smoking  or eating to become possible future knuckle head leaders? Actually phrasing a question is an excellent investigative tool but the question posed to these youngsters still gives info of a name of a  brutal dictator, the name of an oppressive country  and the successful launch of a nuclear weapon by said country Media has covered the actions of North Korea for years yet these are responses of some of our youth.
The association gave you a heads up earlier in the year. Here is the follow up. I suspect one may want to start with taking the Parole Officer test first and then follow up with the July 1 to August 31 filing for the Law Enforcement Exam. Mark those calendars, this opportunity come around once every TWO years.

3/7/2016 - Entry-Level Law Enforcement Announcements


In order to be considered for employment in an entry-level law enforcement position, candidates must pass a written exam called the Law Enforcement Examination (LEE). Those who pass will remain in the eligible pool for two years. The pool of eligible candidates that results from the LEE will be used to fill positions for law enforcement titles in all Civil Service jurisdictions. The next LEE announcement will be issued on July 1, 2016.  Applications will be accepted until August 31, 2016.


We also anticipate June 1, 2016 announcements for Parole Officer Recruit and Parole Officer Recruit Bilingual in Spanish and English and a July 1, 2016 announcement for Correction Officer Recruit

For those on civil service police department. Nick and some of our other members I suspect may be interested.
These Current Transfer Job Openings are only for employees with permanent Civil Service status working in Merit System (civil service) jurisdictions in the State of New Jersey. An individual who does not have permanent Civil Service status and is interested in government employment may investigate other non-transfer job openings on the Civil Service Commission's web site.

Log # Job Title  Agency  Job Location Open to
Residents of
File By
3734 Police Officer Borough of Carteret Carteret Police Department Middlesex County 7/19/2016
3738 Police Officer Borough of Lodi Borough of Lodi State 7/11/2016
3798 Police Officer Township of Aberdeen Township of Aberdeen - Public Safety State 7/5/2016
3806 Police Officer Township of Delanco Delanco Township Police Department State 7/11/2016
3825 Police Officer Borough of North Arlington North Arlington Police Department State 5/19/2016
3829 Police Officer Borough of Bergenfield Bergenfield Police Department State 5/31/2016
3830 Police Officer Burlington City Burlington City Police Department State 6/5/2016
3832 Police Officer Borough of Roselle Roselle Police Department State 6/30/2016
3833 Police Officer Borough of Elmwood Park Elmwood Park Police Department State 5/30/2016
3834 Police Officer Township of Bordentown Bordentown Township Police Department State 7/15/2016
3836 Police Officer Township of Teaneck Teaneck Police Department State 6/1/2016
3838 Police Officer Township of Florence Florence Township Police Department State 5/23/2016
3840 Police Officer Township of Cinnaminson Cinnaminson Police Department State 6/3/2016
3842 Police Officer Borough of Keansburg Keansburg Police Department State 6/15/2016
3843 Police Officer Township of Montville Montville Police Department State 4/27/2016
3846 Fire Fighter Hamilton Township Fire District 6 Hamilton Township Mercer County 5/5/2016
3847 Fiscal Officer Camden County Bd Social Services Camden County Board of Social Services, 660 Market Street, Camden, NJ State 6/11/2016
3848 Police Officer Gloucester City Gloucester City Police Department Camden County 7/10/2016
3849 Police Officer Egg Harbor City Police Department/Egg Harbor City State 5/13/2016
3850 Fire Fighter Bordentown Township Fire District 2 Bordentown Township Fire District 2 State 6/1/2016
3851 Police Officer Middle Township Middle Township Police Department, 31 Mechanic Street, Cape May Court House, NJ 08210 State 7/21/2016
3852 Zoning Officer Borough of Washington Planning & Zoning State 5/28/2016

Police Officer Township of Clark Clark Police Department State




You don't see this too often. I strongly suggest if you have a second language skill and your interested in this kind of investigation, call the Lieutenant and introduce yourself.

The Office of the Inspector General is looking for two Spanish speaking, retired officer with investigating background. Undercover work a plus.

Salary:  $25.00 an hour full time

Days - Monday x Friday

working out Manhattan

Covering New York City and Long Island


This is from a long time member of the association. A retired sworn member and now a powerhouse in private security. (Thanks to Derin)


 As per our discuss earlier, please forward the below link to any member or associate member of the association that might be interested.



I am the hiring manager, so if you or any potential applicant has any questions please feel free to have them contact me directly.


Thank you and be safe…



Assistant Vice President

Senior BSA FCIU Analyst




This is from a fellow detective I worked with. A good detective, a good guy. Tell them you heard this from a co worker of a retired Port Authority Detective.

Hello fellow retirees! Anyone interested in armed and unarmed security work in the Ocean County area please contact at C Security. They are located at 11  Avenue, Toms River NJ.    The pay starts at $16.00 up to over $22.00 depending on the contract. They call you for availability and you pick and choose where and when you want to work unless you want something steady. Not the best pay but you are not commuting. They also have offices in Newark and NY if you are looking for work in those locations. They pay more.
Please note the attached photo. Two of our members travelled to Washington DC to attended this ground breaking event, NJSP Trooper G. Hong and our OEM Director Jamie Yeh.

On April 10, 2016, The Taiwanese American First Responders Benevolent Organization was formally established and recognized at a diplomatic ceremony in Washington, D.C. Founder & President Fung and Vice President Lee provided the delegates and volunteers with a presentation and mission of the organization.  
Among the law enforcement and homeland security attendees included Lt. Col. Lin from Taiwan National Police Agency, Dep. Federal Security Director Mildiner from Transportation Security Administration, Trooper Hong from New Jersey State Police, Detective Yu from Montgomery County Police, and OEM Director Yeh from New Jersey Asian American Law Enforcement Officers Association.

Several members of the association a few months ago participated in a national scale project by the distinguished Vera Institute. Earlier this year the publication was released with the approval of the US Attorney General Loretta Lynch. This project deals with current real time policing issues. Whether law enforcement executives want to acknowledge it exists or believe their jurisdictions have absolutely no need to address the issue of being more effective at community policing  maybe just maybe everyone should at least read through these guidebooks. From the 1st line patrol officer to the person with all the stars on their shoulders and scrambled eggs on their hats should at least read through this. I suspect community leaders, educators, criminal justice majors and John Q. Citizen will be able to take something away from this read. Early feedback from law enforcement personnel have been very positive.

On a personal note I would like to thank those officers from the association for taking part in this project. I would also like to thank the Vera Institute  for including Asians within the context of the word "community" when often Asians are for whatever reason are left out of the conversation.  Please take a period of time and look over the guidelines. The URL noted after the press release will lead you to the text. For a written copy of the guidelines please contact the Vera Institute.

Many new Job Listings.  Click here to view

Congrats to NJSP Sgt.FC Williams on the successful School Resource Association event held this past week in Bergen County. The "Casino Nite" event  raises funds for the programs conducted by the  resource officers association. not sure if it was mentioned but congrats to NJAALEOA member Agent J.B. upon finally springing the question to his long time girlfriend... and she said Yes.  If anyone has a super event like this one, please let us know so we can share the info with a few hundred of your closest friends and associates!

There is always a bad guy out there every single day that will try to kill a sworn law enforcement officer. Prince William County Police Officer Ashley Marie Guindon made the ultimate sacrifice while performing her sworn duties. She wasn't out on patrol one week before the scum fatally shot her.  May you rest in peace Officer Guindon. 


Officer Ashley Marie Guindon | Prince William County Police Department, Virginia Prince William County Police Department, Virginia

Officer Ashley Marie Guindon

Prince William County Police Department, Virginia

End of Watch: Saturday, February 27, 2016    
Bio & Incident Details
Age: 28
Tour: 2 days
Badge # 1145
Military veteran
Cause: Gunfire
Weapon: Rifle
Officer Ashley Guindon was shot and killed while responding to a domestic disturbance in the 13000 block of Lashmere Court in the Lake Ridge area.
The male subject at the home murdered his wife and then opened fire on the officers with a rifle as they approached the home. Officer Guindon was fatally wounded and two other officers, including her training officer, were wounded. All three officers were flown to Inova Fairfax Hospital, where Officer Guindon passed away.

The man who shot them was arrested at the scene and subsequently charged with capital murder, first degree murder, two counts of malicious wounding of a police officer, and three counts of use of a firearm in the commission of a felony.

Officer Guindon had been sworn in the previous day and was working her first day on the street with her training officer. She was a member of the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve.




A  long time NJAALEOA member received a super special belated Christmas present  on December 28,2015. Mohammad Ghafoor this day was sworn in as a member of the Edison Township Police Department. Mohammad is an Edison resident and former auxiliary police officer in Edison. He took his oath of office at the Edison municipal complex with a packed standing room audience in attendance. 
Congratulations Edison Twp. Police Officer #445 Mohammad  A. Ghafoor

Photo one: NJAALEOA President J. Luistro, Edison Township PD Chief of Police T. Bryan,  and Officer Mohammad Ghafoor

Photo two: Captain J. Shannon, Officer Ghafoor and Pres. J. Luistro

Photo three: Captain M. Freeman, Officer Ghafoor and Pres. J. Luistro

On December 21, 2015 members of the NJAALEOA, Sgt@ Arms, Raymond Alfaro,  NJAALEOA OEM Director Jamie Yeh and the undersigned attended the press conference held by the honorable NJ Attorney General John Hoffman. The press conference held at the Rutgers, Piscataway campus duly noted more and more law enforcement departments are taking advantage of a  state asset forfeiture based grant as well as a federal grant program to implement a body cam program within their departments.  The association has advocated for the use of body cams for many positive reasons such as  the interests of law enforcement and the public are preserved in video. As it is said, "One picture can equate to a thousand words."  The response from the membership and supporters of the association has been overwhelmingly positive in regards to the issue of body cams. The association continues to strive to have organizations known to the association make their thoughts, concerns or  comments known to us in regards to this issue or others. It is important to have the Asian American community as well as the community at large know what those little boxes attached to the shirt of a law enforcement officer are and what the purpose of those boxes are. Some law enforcement executives in attendance at the conference but not pictured above were County Prosecutors Grace Park and Andrew Carey, Chief of Detectives J. McCabe, Rutgers Police Captain Ken Cop, Middletown Deputy Chief Robert Stefanski, and Camden County Police Chief Scott Thompson.

On December 7th 2015 several members of the NJAALEOA attended the graduation of the 2015 Fall session of the 2015 Law Enforcement Career Development Course.  The program which is the only one of its  kind anywhere in the state of New Jersey was held at the Morris County Public Safety Academy. Approximately 60 college attending students attended and successfully completed the 10 week program. NJAALEOA members Federal Air Marshal supervisory agent George Parker, NJAALEOA President Joseph Luistro, Federal Air Marshal supervisory  agent (ret) Tom Masters and NJAALEOA 2nd Vice President Neel Patel were among other law enforcement professionals giving mock oral interviews to the graduates before the actual ceremony began. Just before the handing out of the certificates to the graduating students unbeknownst to all in attendance except Joe, Neel, myself and
one Suzanne Ceravolo the Director for the Center for Internships and Career Development at Drew University, the NJAALEOA was going to present the Director of the program Morris County Undersheriff William Schievella  a plaque. The plaque recognizes Undersheriff  Schievella's   work he does for the program he developed, the tremendous  work he does for the law enforcement community and the huge positive work he does for the public. The name William Schievella has been mentioned within many NJAALEOA e-mails, for he is an avid supporter of the NJAALEOA and we are proud to call him a friend and brother officer.

Congratulations to the 2015 Fall graduating class,
Thank you for all those including the educational partners of the program that make this program one of a kind and the success that it is....and lastly thanks to one unique individual....... William Schievella
On December 5, 2015 the Organization of Chinese Americans, New Jersey chapter held their annual holiday ball at the Brentwood , Totowa, NJ.  The honorees for 2015 was the notable Dr. Su Wang and and yours truly. To the point, it was an amazing event. It was my honor to be among such long time distinguished Asian American leaders and meet a few upcoming future community  leaders. It was a good day for ALL Asian Americans and the community at large.

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On October 27th 2015, The National Police Defense Foundation/ State Troopers Coalition held their 11th annual dinner/awards gala. The five honorees for 2015  were:

Superintendant Joseph D Amico - New York State Police
Lieutenant Colonel Latrecia Littles Floyd - New Jersey State Police
Detective (retired) Robert May - Port Authority PF/Founder, The New Jersey Asian American Law Enforcement Officers Association
David Webb - Commentator, Fox News
Lieutenant Brial Polite - New Jersey State Police

As one of the honorees, I am truly honored to have been selected by the National Police Defense Foundation/State Troopers Coalition. My association goes back decades with the NPDF and their Executive Director Joseph Occhipinti. It was a wonderful event and it  is important to note a portion of the ticket sales will go to the NPDF Operations Kids program. A unique and super program that is not duplicated by many.

Click here to view photos of the event

 On October 16, 2015 at the beautiful Imperia ballroom, Somerset County the association held another Meet and Greet where members, and others have the opportunity to hear executive law enforcement officials speak on several topics including but not limited to leadership skills, oral interviews, resumes, what hiring law enforcement officials look for at the municipal, county  levels and the "do nots" of interviewing and essay writing. The lessons learned at the no cost event would  literally cost hundreds of dollars  via a private entity. A most gracious thank you to the panelists and the members of the Chery Hill Police Department who were present recruiting and offering some well stated advise.

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Sworn law enforcement personnel from the Port Authority of NY & NJ PD, Edison PD, NJ Dept. of Corrections, NJ Transit Police, Maplewood PD and the Drug Enforcement Administration to name a few were also present. This was an event not to be missed and does not often come around.

NJAALEOA 2016 Executive Board:
President Joe Luistro(EPD)
1st Vice President Tony Timbol(RUPD)
2nd Vice President Neel Patel(EPD)
Secretary Jonathan Florentino(ICE)
Treasurer Alan Chow(CBP)
Sgt at Arms Ray Alfaro(NJ DoC)

Special thanks to Jose Raboy, Jen Aldahondo and Tommy Chung for their service and dedication on the 2014-2016 NJAALEOA Exec Board.


Never too young to think about a career in law enforcement. Attending the NJAALEOA meeting, 18 month old Rien with her mother Detective J. Thai.

PHOTO RIGHT: Some of the 2015-2016 NJAALEOA Executive Board members with super NJAALEOA supporter Morris County Undersheriff W. Schievella. 

Click here to view 2015 Asianfest Pictures

On this the 14th  anniversary of the worst terrorist attack on US soil, I thought these two photos would be special on this solemn day.  
Photo one: Pope Benedict, praying for the souls lost on 9-11-01 and blessing the World Trade site.

Photo two: One of the last individuals to come out of the rumble alive that was once the World Trade tower, Port Authority Police Lieutenant  John McLoughlin meets and is blessed by Pope Benedict. 

Photo three: What the World Trade site looked like just beyond where Pope Benedict stood.

( Photos not to be copied or reproduced in any matter for any reason under any circumstances)
There is no doubt in my mind many have forgotten what happened and the significance of September 11th. Please take a moment ,one moment out of  your day today to pause and reflect of  that day in September of 2001 where thousand of innocents were slain and hundreds made the ultimate sacrifice to save many.

Policing has its benefits. 
Recruitment, age does not matter
Making for a good day to those we serve, one small person at a time
Having our citizens know they are safe and secure, one shiny badge at a time.
Jen Aldahondo (NJAALEOA 1st VP) with a member of the public we all serve 24/7
JS Hondo's photo.
This is pretty awesome. (thanks to Virginia)

No need for commentary for this one.

 Officer Scott Parker died on September 5th as a result of a gunshot. Scott Parker was a good officer, a good person. Scott Parker was my academy classmate. RIP Scotty.
RIP in Peace brother.
K9s4Cops.org's photo.

On May 1st 2015 the  Society of Asian Federal Officers held its annual gala . As reported by NJAALEOA President Joe Luistro the event was another successful endeavor and a good time was had by all. Congratulations to SOAFO. Photo left: NJAALEOA members Tom Masters, Howard Cheng, the world renowned forensic scientist, the honorable Dr. Henry Lee and Joe Luistro.

Photo right: Millie Luistro, lucky gentleman, NYPD AJS President Eugene Canapi, Agnes Chan and
Jenny Lum.
SOAFO has been kind enough to again for 2015 co sponsor the NJAALEOA Asian Fest out door event.
Asian Fest will be held on Saturday June 27th  within Edison  New Jersey  We will have on hand the one and only Chef Lawson and  Mr. Burger King himself John Polaski at the grill. We will have the DJ turning out favorites and speaking about favorites, Mille Luistro and the girls of Asian Fest will do a little Sumba for those in attendance.  And so much more. Please mark your calendars. The flier will be posted shortly.



This has happened in the past and it will happen in the future, a reason for law enforcement to video  their own actions now in days. People see and hear things differently, whether intentional or not. 


On Monday April 27,2015 yours truly traveled to the Morris County Police and Fire Academy as I was honored and privileged to speak on behalf of the NJAALEOA before the graduating  class of young woman and men who took part in and past the Law Enforcement Career Development Course. As I looked out to the audience of graduates from the dais I was humbled to know that despite the recent intense hatred of law enforcement by organized thugs, punks and the like, there were young adults striving to become a member of blue  each knowing one day they may have to but themselves in harms way to protect others. These graduates reminded me of many of our associate members of which some are graduates of this course and they too know our job is one that in a split second  things can change for the worse. 
This is an amazing program. The powerhouse of law enforcement officials and on the dais and university administrators in the front row was to say the least most impressive. The most impressive of all is who in the world could produce this one of kind program ,bring  together an array of well respected law enforcement officials to teach the course as to give these young college adults a real sense of what lies ahead for them in the law enforcement community? All NJAALEOA members and supporters have heard his name on a number of occasions by the association.  He is a great supporter of the NJAALEOA. He is a long time multi decade friend of mine. He is none other than  Morris County Undersheriff William Schievella.  Undersheriff Schievella spoke in part of the diversity of the graduating class and as I looked at the faces of those in the audience how true his words were. A diverse, educated, smart  law enforcement community... that's a good thing for all concerned.
I was going to speak about how not everyday will be safe free and  keeping public order is not the easiest thing to achieve in a world whose population is mixed with outright lawless people. This was too happy of an occasion to speak of a lesson they all will learn in the future when they put on the "blue".
I spoke about the NJAALEOA and emphazied if the NJAALEOA could be of assistance to anyone of the graduates all they has to do was to reach out to their Executive Director of the program Undersheiff Schievella. The keynote speaker was Deputy NJ Attorney General Wanda Moore who spoke upon several issues using a video presentation. It was an excellent presentation.
One of the remarks by Under sheriff Schievella was how important networking is to the law enforcement community. How true. The NJAALEOA is proud and honored to network with Undersheriff Schievella and the programs he produces for the good of so many. Last night (4/28/15) was a good night for our future in law enforcement , those highly regarded within the law enforcement community, the educators in attendance, the families of the graduates and myself. Why, for so many reasons.... but one particular  selfish reason comes to  mind.  For one night, this  night the good that is within the law enforcement community shined and shined brightly without one word from a cop hater,or a puck that wishes death upon us everyday   because unfrotuneately  a few did wrong while  the vast majority, the huge majority in law enforcement day in and day out 24 hours a day protect and serve as they are sworn do until they hang up the handcuffs and call it a day 20, 25, 30 years down the road.  This was a good day for me, this was an excellent day for me and I thank the graduates, the law enforcement professionals , the educators at the ceremony  and  especially one very special person who does so much for so many,..... one  William Schievella. 
Photos: left: photo Undersheriff William Schievella in a rare uniform photo ,  Port Auth. of NY & NJ Police Officer I Irving, it was a pleasant surprise to see one of my own from the PAPD at the ceremony   and yours truly.
middle: yours truly with NJAALEOA member and law enforcement course graduate Imtiaz Zinnah
right:  NJAALEOA member Imtiaz Zinnah and future NJAALEOA member Julia Perry.



A New York City Police Officer died today.            
Words that we have heard too often during our careers but never get easier to hear. Police Officer Brian Moore was just 25 years old. He came from a family of Police Officers as many of us do.
He died protecting and serving the community of the 105th Precinct and the citizens of this city. What does that mean????
It means he became a Police Officer for the same reason most of us did......not just to protect and serve but to be part of something true, something good, something honorable with others that believe in the same thing. As the son of a Police Officer, I grew up wanting to follow in my father's footsteps. I wanted to make a difference in a little piece of the world. After nearly 28 years, that sentiment has not changed.
I come to work and I am constantly amazed at the things that members of the Juvenile Justice Division do everyday. From assisting invesitigations through social media to putting events and programs together for young people throughout the city. We handle demonstrators with professionalism and respond to serious situations ranging from suspicious DOAs to police involved shootings.
Police Officer Brian Moore died doing what you all do everyday.....being a Police Officer.
We all have the ability to do something everyday because we are Police Officers. Opportunity confronts us dozens of times a week to make a difference in someone's life. We don't have to change the world alone but collectively we can change hundreds if not thousands of lives.
Police Officer Brian Moore died doing what he believed in. It is up to ALL OF US to continue in that tradition.
Please keep the Moore family in your prayers and dedicate everything you do at work this month in honor of Brian.
"A Part of America Died"
S omebody killed a policeman today, 
and a part of America died.
A piece of our country he swore to protect,
will be buried with him at his side.
T he suspect that shot him will stand up in court,
with counsel demanding his rights.
While a young widowed mother must work for her kids,
and spend many long, lonely nights.
T he beat that he walked was a battle field too,
just as if he'd gone off to war.
Though the flag of our nation won't fly at half mast,
to his name they will add a gold star.
Y es, somebody killed a policeman today,
in your town or mine.
While we slept in comfort behind our locked doors,
a cop put his life on the line.
N ow his ghost walks a beat on a dark city street,
and he stands at each new rookie's side.
He answered the call, of himself gave his all,
and a part of America died.
Kevin O'Connor
Assistant Commissioner, Community Affairs Bureau
New York City Police Department
1 Police Plaza
New York, NY 10038


On May 6th, 2015 Detective Laila Cristobal of the Passaic Police Department was promoted to the rank of Police Sergeant. Sergeant Cristobal is a long time member of the NJAALEOA, who started her law enforcement career almost 15 years ago. Laila is one of the very few Asian American female officers who are supervisors within any New Jersey police Department.
If one were to count on one hand the number of supervisory police personnel who are of Asian American background and female in New Jersey, one would have fingers to spare.


Congratulations to Laila Cristobal for her promotion to the rank of Sergeant within the Passaic Police Department.
Photos: The first Asian American Police Sergeant in the history of the Passaic Police Department, Laila Cristobal. 
Celebrating with Sergeant Laila Cristobal  on this very special day is NJAALEOA President Joseph Luistro (left) and NJAALEOA member Officer Ray Alfaro 


This is interesting, all the guest speakers are powerhouses including our own Tom Masters.
Not sure if open to the public  but if interested the association can ask NJAALEOA member and a Professor at Drew University if members may attend.




Interesting article from active member David L.





New York City Police Officer Brian Moore saw something a thug was doing around his waist band, He saw something most people would not think twice about. But not Police Officer Brian Moore.,there was something suspicious about the actions taken by the thug and the plainclothes anti crime officer knew it.
The thug also knew he was in the presence of a police officer and reacted as the career criminal that he is. He without regards for life as he had done before,he took a gun from his person and shot Officer Moore in the head. Brian Moore fought for life for two days until the result of the gunshot wound he took at the hands of the thug was too much and he past on to be along side St. Michael and I am sure many  other brave souls. No marches condemning the actions of the punk who happened to be Black, no destruction of property , no burning of vehicles, no throwing of rocks and stones by civilians or anybody else. None of that. Just a long, line of blue, two rows of blue saluting a hero as he past by in an ambulance for a trip to a funeral parlor. All at attention, all silent  all respectful to a person who wanted and did make a difference to the people of New York City. Rest in Peace Officer Brian Moore..........  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HsCp5LG_zNE

The NJAALEOA and all those associated with us, we honor the name of 25 year old  NYC Police Officer Brian Moore.


Your  alone making a car stop
Your in plain clothes
You have no idea who the driver is nor the person in the back seat.
plus at least 15 other concerns including one should consider everything  may be recorded for the good, bad or otherwise. 
On the flip side, a rush to judgment of racial profiling of police by a current known actress is blown out of the water when a video clearly displays no such action occurred.  The officer could have suffered a lot of grief  had it not been for the video. The officer in fact was by far courteous and professional in his handling of the incident.
Two videos with law enforcement personnel involved, two different outcomes.
If you had to choose , which video would you be in?

A happy moment, Congratulates to Detective Lieutenant Dennis Lam upon his recent retirement from the Madison Township Police Department.  Detective Lieutenant Lam a well respected police commander and community leader I am sure will be missed in Madison. The NJAALEOA is extremely proud to have Dennis as a member and we hope he will mentor upcoming rookies that may one day  fill his big shoes as a knowledgeable , well respected police commander. Best of luck to Detective Lieutenant Dennis Lam!!

The association received this from several sources. This is to all that protect and serve, municipal, county, state, bi state, federal and all other law enforcement entities. This is worth passing on.

The Executive Director of the NPDF Joe Occhipinti has broadcast a 2500.00 reward for the safe recovery of Timothy Hamlett. Please post where appropriate. The NJAALEOA thanks the Executive and the NPDF for their efforts. 
Click here for more details.

 The following was received from our brother and sister fraternal  law enforcement organization from across the river. As noted the proceeds to the journal will be given to the parents of Detective's Liu.  Click here for more info.

This will also be sent to corporate entities as well as out of  state law enforcement personnel If you or an associate you know can assist please do so. Tickets to attend the event is sold out with a waiting list being used. The purchase of a  journal ad  is  way of showing your support to law enforcement and to Detective Liu's family

The noted  above attachment is a way of donating to the families of Detectives Liu and Ramos. The association has not heard back from the NYPD AJS in regards to a trust fund for the families. Most times it takes several weeks to accomplish a trust like that. The tee shirts which are twenty dollars each as indicated will have the proceeds go to the families of both detectives. Detectives Liu and Ramos were  assigned to the 84 precinct at the times of their pasting. There is no notion of civilians purchasing a shirt.

Update: Any donations for the Liu family can be sent to our PO Box. NYPD Asian Jade Society P.O. Box  969 Peck Slip Station
New York NY 10272
Checks Should be made out to the PO Wen Jian Liu family C/O NYPD Asian Jade Society





The following missing person
 is the son of a Port Authority police officer which I had the privilege of working with. Please LEO's especially MOF of NYPD, PAPD,MTA, Amtrak and NJ Transit be made aware of his descript. To all those that receive this NJAALEOA e-mail and are not sworn LEO's, if you observe someone that looks like the individual please say something and remember the location, if in the company of anyone description of clothing, a license plate #, make and model if seen in a vehicle or just about anything  else. The contact numbers are listed below or call 911 if you do not remember the listed numbers.




NYPD Detective is laid to rest today 1/4/15, a few days after his partner NYPD  Detective Ramos was laid to rest at the same cemetery. The association has received numberous photos of the funeral detail from association members who attended the funeral. In honor and remembrance of Detectives Liu and Ramos the association will post photos in a special section of  the association websites. 
Today, in the New York Times, a Sunday front page article focused on  Asians- Americans in law enforcement and  the NYPD. The article ( video version) also included headline input from NJAALEOA President Joseph Luistro  and a quote from yours truly (print article). The print article headlined NYPD Detective (ret) Tommy Ong who is now a PI. Tommy continues to be a positive force in promoting "the job" NYPD and is often times at NYPD AJS events with camera in hand. It is the hope of the association that the New York Times article written by David Chen and video, produced by Channon Hodge  promotes the fact the fabric of professional law enforcement in this country and state and should  consist of  individuals of not just one background but of several, including but not limited to Asian Americans. 
 The video



The following attachment is the bio of Tunnel and Bridge Officer Thomas Choi. As mentioned in an earlier e-mail his passing is a result of a line of duty injury which left him a coma that he never came out of.
RIP Officer Thomas Choi.

 The association has received a number of photos taken before, during and after the funeral of slain NYPD Detective Liu. The association will send out a few photos in a future e-mail but will have many others displayed on a special section of our websites. Many NJAALEOA members attended the funeral and wake to pay respects to Detective Liu and his family as they did during  Detective's Ramos's wake and funeral. It must be noted that the NYPD Asian Jade Society held a gathering of law enforcement  personnel from around the country who are members of the National Asian Peace Officers Association as to one final time, as a group, pay their respects to hero cop.... NYPD Detective  Wen Jian Liu. The NYPD Asian Jade Society deserves  kudos to have such a gathering  at a  Brooklyn restaurant for over one hundred law enforcement personnel at their own expense. 

The following are photos taken of NYPD Detective Liu's wake which was held in Brooklyn, the same location where the funeral for the Detective will take place. These photos were taken by NJAALEOA member , avid supporter David Lin.  An additional e-mail will follow with photos taken by David.


Around 2000 hours (12/20/14) the Police Commissioner of the New York City Police Department held a press conference and in detail spoke of the execution of two members of the force, Police Officer Ramos and Police Officer Liu. at the hands of a punk, scum, ganged up, coward. As indicated by Commissioner Bratton, the two officers did not have a chance to respond to the deadly threat posed to them while they were on duty, in uniform and doing what they were sworn to do while in the Bedford Stuyvesant section of Brooklyn.  It was noted by the commissioner that the scum probably traveled from an out of state jurisdiction and purposely traveled to Brooklyn intent on killing New York City Police officers this day.
Officer Liu from sources has indicated he is a member of the New York City Police Asian Jade Society, our brother organization across the river. Non the less these are our brothers, Liu and Ramos, in blue that made the ultimate sacrifice and on this day will not ever again come home to their families. 
NJAALEOA President  Luistro and I discussed this tragic incident that led to the death of Officers Liu and Ramos before the Commissioner's press conference. We cannot stress enough the need for all to be vigilant as best as you can though in this case this punk never gave Officers Liu and Ramos a chance to respond to his actions against them. Please be careful out there and to our associates if you see something report it.
The NJAALEOA mourns the loss of two  of our own in blue from the New York City Police Department.

his is from James Ng,  the current President of the NYPD Asian Jade Society. James is a Sgt. assigned to the Midtown Pct.
NAPOA President James Ng today issued a news release with the following statement:
“The National Asian Peace Officers Association mourns the death of one our own members from the local chapter of the New York Police Department Asian Jade Society. Our heartfelt condolences to the family of Officer Wenjian Liu, a 7-year officer who married just 2 months ago. He immigrated to this country as a teen from Toishan, a city in southern Guangdong province in China. His parents are ...understandably grief stricken over the loss of their only child.”
“At Woodhull Hospital, where Officer Liu had been taken after the shooting, I had the painful task of providing English translation to Officer Liu’s family. In the days ahead, we hope the outpouring of support and assistance from the National Asian Peace Officers Association and its 22 chapters across the nation will provide comfort to the Liu family. We shall deeply miss Officer Liu. Not only will we always remember you, but always, we will be very grateful to you for your honorable devotion and dedication to protecting our communities.”

Congratulations to Past NJAALEOA Ex. Bd. member and Jersey City Police Officer Joel Villabroza upon his promotion to Detective on 12/22/2014. Joel has been a long standing member of the association and it is a well deserved promotion.

photo one right to left: Jen Aldahondo VP NJAALEOA., Steven Fulop, the Mayor of Jersey City, Detective Villabroza and NJAALEOA President Joe Luistro in front of the mayor's office after the swearing in ceremony. 


The photo attached is Ms. Wong accepting a plaque from the NJAALEOA on behalf of one of our great sponsors and supporters who wish to remain anonymous. The association finally made the presentation yesterday 12/23/14.


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