Nassau Police Conference

The Nassau Police Conference is a Conference of professional police officers from the twenty village, city, and special districts within the County of Nassau, NY. Our motto is “Police officers helping police officers.” We accomplish this goal in many ways. We provide life insurance, legal advice, as well as social activities.
Our social activities include golf outings, family baseball game trips, participation in the Police Olympics, Awards Nights, & pistol shoots.
We can also provide personal guidance and support through our Member Assistance Program or our Peer Support Group, should the need arise.

The NPC has a political action committee, expressing our concerns to politicians on a federal, state and local level.
The NPC sponsors educational seminars for it’s members & a scholarship program for children of members.

The NPC is proud to sponsor an active community service program. Our members participate and support the AHRC Nassau, an organization committed to enriching the lives of people with intellectual and other developmental disabilities. The NPC is also proud to support the Association of Children with Downs Syndrome, The Special Olympics, and numerous other charities.

The Nassau Police Conference is proud to be affiliated with the National Association of Police Organizations, Inc.

Board Of Officers

President

Steven Cammer

Corresponding Secretary

Nick DeLuca

1st Vice President

Robert Pedley

Delegate

Dan Zith

2nd Vice President

James Carty

Chaplain

Rev. Joe D’Angelo

Treasurer

Ryan Nardone

Chaplain

Rabbi Anchelle Perl

Recording Secretary

Scott Unterweiser

NPC Webmaster

Kick Solutions

May 30, 2021

All Members Units,

Please find the attached video spot to be aired in our campaign “No On S6615”.

Please download the video and add it to your organizations social media pages and in the post remind visitors to go to the website and sign the petition. Here is that link https://bit.ly/2SExkSm

It is important to place the following disclaimer “As paid for by the Police Conference of New York” at the bottom of the post.

Fraternally,