Beyond The Vest Podcast Ep2
fox and friends interview
Discussing the James McNaughton Street Renaming
This morning Joseph Imperatrice sat down with Fox and Friends to discuss the highly controversial Community Board 1 decision to deny the street renaming for hero cop James McNaughton.
We would like to congratulate 2 of our dedicated members on their promotion to detective. Co-Founder Carlos Delgado and Mike Viana. Both were great officers and will make great detectives.
Blue Lives Matter NYC Open to teaming with the nfl
Founder Joseph Imperatrice on Fox Business with Varney & Co. 8/30/18.
Proud New Members of The Greater NY Chamber of Commerce
Blue Lives NYC has joined the Greater NY Chamber of Commerce.
The mission of the Chamber is to improve the business climate and quality of living in the New York Metropolitan Area for businesses, workers, residents and visitors. It provides valuable services to over 30,000 business and civic leaders who represent the backbone of the Greater New York business community.
Blue Lives In The News
As you have probably seen Blue Lives Matter NYC has been featured in the NY Post and Sports Illustrated. To double down and repeat what was initially said, Our organization has always and will continue to have the best interest of all LEO and Military members close to our hearts. We will not back down but we will also not do anything to compromise finally talking to players or organizations that don't share our views as the ultimate goal will always be for us to take part in uniting instead of dividing.
-Vice President Christopher Brinkley-
Narcan Kits for Prince George PD K9
We could not be happier that we were able to meet these great officers...and their handlers (haha). People don't realize that these dogs face the the same dangers their human counterparts do and more. Just one sniff of a dangerous drug is enough for a dog to overdose. Now the Prince George PD has one less problem to worry about.
Beyond The Line
Blue Mass in Staten Island
Founder Joseph Imperatrice with his mother attending the Blue Mass in Staten Island.
The event was organized by Denise Enright of the 120th Precinct Community Council, Deputy Chief Thomas Burns of the NYPD’s Employee Relations Section, Lt. Steven Jerome of the Chaplain’s Unit, Police Officer Charles Carroll of the Employee Assistance Unit, and Sal Sottile, of the 123rd Precinct Community Council and a retired police officer himself.
Our Co-Founder Chris Brinkley with Dr Gina Loudon
Thank you to Dr Gina Loudon on America Trends for having us on her show. She was a pleasure speaking with and we hope to hear from her again soon!! and special thanks to Mona Salama for making this possible.