Incorporated in 1998, The New York City Police Museum is dedicated to preserving the history of the New York City Police Department, the world’s largest and most famous police service. The Museum strives to be an accessible resource for all the communities of the city of New York. Through its exhibitions, collections and educational programming, the Museum illustrates how the policies and culture of the NYPD have evolved over time to meet the changing needs of the City. The Museum serves as an educational institution, living memorial, and bridge of understanding between the various communities of New York, the international community and the New York City Police Department.
BOARD OF TRUSTEES:
Chairman of the Board
David M. Gildea, Cowen and Company
Terence E. Smolev, Esq.
Vice Chair of Finance
Robert Fagenson, Fagenson & Co. Inc.
Vice Chair for Operations
David Blumenfeld, Blumenfeld Development Group, Ltd.
Dennis R. Klein, Nussbaum, Yates, Berg, Klein & Wolpow, LLP
Vice Chair for External Affairs
Howard Safir, VRI Technologies
Tom Zapf, Macy’s
Marc J. Bern, Napoli Bern Ripka Shkolnik LLP
Cynthia Brown, American Police Beat
Gerry Byrne, Fidelis Global Enterprises, LLC
Sandra Capek, BNY Mellon, Wealth Management
John Catsimatidis, Red Apple Group
Robert F. Dall
G. Joseph Dippell, G.J. Dippell & Co., Inc.
John A. Flynn, Patrolman’s Benevolent Association
Tom Fontana, The Levinson/Fontana Company
Dr. Eugene Holuka, MD
Catherine McVay Hughes, Community Board 1
Lew Leone, WNYW/WWOR
Anne-Imelda Radice, Ph.D.
Lorraine Shanley, Survivors of the Shield
Kent M. Swig, Swig Equities
Brian S. Waterman, Newmark Grubb Knight Frank
Steve Fisher, Plaza Construction Corporation
William Fugazy, Fugazy International
Kenneth G. Langone, Invemed Associates LLC
Patrick J. Lynch, Patrolman’s Benevolent Association
Mark Nathanson, Forensic Investigative Associates
John Wren, Omnicom Group, Inc.
Commissioner James P. O’Neill
New York City Police Department
Tom Finkelpearl, Commissioner
Department of Cultural Affairs
Joseph P. Dunne