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On Wednesday December 20th, 2017, the Nassau County Police Department P.A.L. Unit attended the NY Islanders press conference at Belmont Park announcing the new Belmont Arena.
The NCPD P.A.L. has a partnership with the New York Islanders and we have together brought the NY Islanders Street/deck hockey programs to many of our P.A.L. Units & towns.
It was an exciting day and below are some photos from the press conference.
Pictured with County Executive Elect Laura Curran and Islanders owner, Jon Ledecky, are Commanding Officer of the P.A.L. Unit, Sgt Robert Kiesel, P.AL. P.O. Chris Innace and P.A.L. P.O. Nick Alvarado. Also photographed is Islanders Captain John Tavares with P.A.L. Police Directors P.O. Innace & P.O. Alvarado.
For more information in regards to registration for the many programs that the PAL provides, please log onto nassaucountypal.org.
On Monday June 26th, 2017, the Nassau County Police Department's Police Activity League started its summer camp program at the Town of Oyster Bay Hicksville Activity Center, located at 167 Broadway. The PAL offers Volleyball and Basketball for Boys and Girls in 5th through 9th grades. The camp season lasts until August 18th. For more information in regards to registration for these and the many other programs that the PAL provides, please log onto nassaucountypal.org.
Pictured with the Week 1 campers and staff are PAL Commanding Officer Sgt. Robert Kiesel, PAL P.O. Chris Innace, PAL P.O. Jethro Cardona and PAL Office Manager Joan Crader.