The Auxiliary Police Benevolent Association of the City of New York ("APBA") has been serving the Auxiliary Police of the New York City Police Department ("NYPD") for the past 45 years. Its continued mission is to ensure the rights, benefits and safety of the Auxiliary Police Officers and Auxiliary Police Supervisors who selflessly serve their local communities. The civic-minded individuals, who continually improve the quality of their neighborhoods, represent the very best the City of New York has to offer. We salute their continued service and commitment to excellence. Learn more…
For information on how to join the NYPD Auxiliary Police program, please call 212-AUX-1000 or 212-289-1000 or visit your local precinct, housing police service area, or transit district and ask for the Auxiliary Police Coordinator.
Join the APBA by clicking here, printing out the application and mailing it in with your dues. Don't miss out on opportunities that only your union can provide! Support your fellow Auxiliary Police Officers and help to make the program the best it can be.
As an independent entity, the APBA works in conjunction with the City of New York and the New York City Police Department to ensure the rights and benefits of the volunteer members of the New York City Police Department, so they receive the best training, equipment and support of the Department to do the job that they are mandated by the NYPD Auxiliary Police program. Though they are unsalaried, civic-minded volunteers, they still require the resources and support of the City and the Department to function effectively.
It is therefore, the main responsibility of the APBA to act as a union liason and political entity, to help motivate the continued support for the NYPD Auxiliary Police Program. In addition to introducing the necessary legislation to be instituted that will positively benefit the Auxiliary Police Officers of the NYPD.
In addition, we also, recognize the importance of civic responsibility and award those members who selflessly and continually give of their time and energy to make their neighborhoods a better place to live and work.
We have information regarding the New Year’s Eve details for APO’s in the Documents section. File: New Years Detail 2012-13 APS Bulletin 038
To all of our members and their families we would like to wish you a very happy and joyous holiday season. The annual Christmas Party will be on Dec 28, 2013 following the monthly meeting.
These are the parades for city-wide participation, Columbus Day, October 8th and the Hispanic Day Parade on October 14th. Please consult the APS Bulletin’s 28 & 29 for specific information.