Friday, 13 August 2010 00:00
As Supervising Judge for the City of Glen Cove, on Tuesday, Aug. 3, I had the honor and privilege to be recognized by the Glen Cove Police Department and Police Chief William Whitton at Glen Cove’s National Night Out Against Crime for the work the judiciary does to prevent crime in our community and help raise our children in a safe and healthy environment. I am proud to be honored along with Nassau County District Attorney Kathleen Rice, whose commitment to crime prevention and safety is well-known to everyone in the county.
This year’s National Night Out Against Crime marked the 25th anniversary of this national police-community partnership-building event and the fourth year that the City of Glen Cove has participated. Glen Cove joined millions of people from communities nationwide to stand up and say we will not tolerate crime in our community. In addition to the Glen Cove
Police Department and Glen Cove Courts, the Glen Cove Fire Department, Glen Cove EMS, Glen Cove Harbor Patrol and Glen Cove Auxiliary Police, among other city departments, participated in the National Night Out Against Crime.
I wish to thank Mayor Ralph V. Suozzi, the members of the Glen Cove City Council, Police Chief William Whitton, PBA President Patrick Hall, Legislator Diane Yatauro, and my friend, Senator Carl L. Marcellino, for coming out to support the National Night Out Against Crime and for supporting my contribution to the community on behalf the Glen Cove Courts.
Richard J. McCord