The 34th Precinct Community Council Executive Board extends its congratulations to Det. Haydee Pabey, the 34th Precinct’s Community Affairs officer, on being awarded a Caring New Yorker Award in a ceremony at Madison Square Garden. The awards were presented to three New Yorkers Aug. 28 by the New York Liberty women’s basketball team and Fidelis Care, a health insurer.
A 16 year veteran in the New York City Police Department, Detective Haydee Pabey proactively sustains and nurtures relationships with the Washington Heights and Inwood communities. She has played an important role in engaging youth by forging and fostering positive community-police relationships through community activities, school participation, information-sharing, and collaborative partnerships.
The achievement was also recognized by the precinct commander, Dep. Insp. Chris Morello, in a tweet:
The 34th Precinct is divided into four sectors (A, B, C, D,) each with two Neighborhood Coordinating Officers and 10-12 “steady” sector patrol officers. This means that you can get to know the police officers that are in your neighborhood. Except in major emergencies or other rare instances, sector cars do not leave their sector while on duty. This map shows the approximate boundaries of the four sectors.
The 34th Precinct Community Affairs officers and the 34th Precinct Community Council, along with many other members of NYPD, other city agencies, and community organizations joined together on Tuesday, Aug. 4, 2015, for the annual National Night Out Against Crime. This year’s event was at the Anne Loftus Playground, at the corner of Broadway and Riverside Drive, near Dyckman Street. Here are some photo highlights.
Precinct Council President Steve Feldheim at National Night Out 2015.
Assembly member Linares welcomed neighbors to National Night Out.
34th Precinct Community Council Vice President Doug Levy (L) reads a winning ticket number, with Dep. Insp. Chris Morello and Precinct Council President Steve Feldheim.
Scooters donated by Target on W 225th Street were a hit with kids who won them at the National Night Out.
Another winner of a scooter, donated by Target.
Neighborhood Coordinating Officers at National Night Out. The 34th Precinct is one of first four in the city with the NCO program.
Manhattan North Chief O’Reilly, Borough President Gale Brewer, and precinct commander Dep. Insp. Chris Morello.
Sgt. Brenner and K-9 Shaunie having fun with Magalyns Guillon and her niece at @nypd34pct National Night Out Against Crime.
Sgt. Juan Hernandez (L,) Sgt. Vanessa Tejada (C,) and Officer Keisha Lawhorne.