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Magnus Criminal Justice Camp
Eastern Vintage Police Car Association was
happily invited again this year to participate
in the 7th Albertus Magnus College
Criminal Justice Camp, which took place on the
Albertus campus, Wednesday, June 22, 2016. The
camp is a free, one-day event for rising high
school juniors and seniors interested in careers
in criminal justice.
The Program features sessions in crime scene
evaluation, the K-9 program, critical decision
making and ethical awareness. The Camp also
gives potential students an overview of possible
career paths, paired with in-person testimonials
from Albertus criminal justice alumni, that will
help students to acquire a strong sense of where
an Albertus degree in criminal justice can lead
them. The College’s alumni work in a variety of
agencies, including Special Victims Units, State
Police and the F.B.I. - E.V.P.C.A. members Frank
Palmeri, Andy Barati, Kevin Cormack, Ted
Stockmon and Mike Mangini were on hand to speak
with the students about their experiences with
law enforcement and help promote law enforcement
history by displaying their vintage and special
interest police cars.
The 22nd Annual
Memorial Day Weekend Car
Quinnipiac University hosted the 22nd Annual Memorial Day
Weekend Car Show on Sunday, May 29, 2016 located at its
Mount Carmel Campus.
This annual event is sponsored by the Hamden Police
Department and the Connecticut Classic Chevy Club. The
show featured an abundance of classic cars, food vendors,
prizes and live music. The show was open to all cars and
trucks up to the model year 1986.
The Seymour Lions
Club’s 46th Annual Benefit Car Show
Seymour Lions Club’s 46th Annual Benefit Car Show was held on
October 18, 2015. The show took place on the grounds of the
Microboard Processing Corporation, 4 Progress Ave., Seymour,
Connecticut. Hundreds of antique, vintage and special interest
vehicles came from all over Connecticut and beyond to
participate in this very special event. The annual event
celebrates our nation’s veterans and their great sacrifice for
our nation. Many spectators came to
admire the numerous classic vehicles and support the event that
honors our military veterans.
Smith Vocational and Agricultural High School Criminal Justice
Program started in the fall of 2014. The Criminal Justice
Program was added to 15 other technical and vocational
programs offered at Smith Vocational and Agricultural High
School. With over 100 years of providing quality education to
students from throughout Western Massachusetts, the school
became the first, and currently only, to offer criminal
justice in the region. Students in the program receive
instruction on a wide variety of topics. They learn about
constitutional law, criminal law, investigative procedure, the
court process, and the role of corrections. Additionally, they
regularly participate in hands on training in defensive
tactics and physical conditioning. Upon completion, students
will be prepared to continue their studies at college or enter
a career in a field that is both demanding and rewarding. On
Sunday, September 27, 2015 the first annual 911 Showcase Car
Show took place on the vocational school grounds. The event
showcased many area police departments and the various law
enforcement equipment used by them.
The 73rd Annual North Haven Fair, North
It was an
outstanding experience for all who came to
the North Haven Fair. The fair started on
Thursday, September 10th and ran until
Sunday the 13th. Despite some of the weather
interruptions, families came to enjoy the
end of summer festivities and experience
everything the fair had to offer. There was
a lot to see including elephants, pony
crafts, carnival rides. Prizes were given for numerous
categories including homegrown vegetables, homemade jams,
crafts and arts. There were non-stop 50/50 raffles throughout
the four day event. Fairgoers were treated to live bands and
entertainment nightly with plenty of food available for the
hungry fair goers to eat and drink. Fresh lemonade, as in
years past, was one of the fair's extraordinary favorites. For
the second year, members of the vintage police car group,
Eastern Vintage Police Car Association, occupied building
number one and were enthusiastically greeted by many of the
fair patrons. The group passed out memorabilia and paper
badges to the eager and excited children, and gave a tour and
history of the police vehicles that were on display for all
the delighted attendees. As always the fair was well received
and appreciated by all who attended. North Haven Police
Officer Ted Stockmon, a member of the Eastern Vintage Police
Car Association, said "The fair is a great venue for our
members to help promote law enforcement history and maintain
positive community relations".
2015 Labor Day Parade!
"Celebrating the Fine Art Of Newtown"
Thousands of people lined the streets at the center of
Newtown, Connecticut to celebrate their Annual Labor Day
Parade on Monday, September 7th. The crowds were eagerly
awaiting the many marching bands, floats, dancers, musicians,
scouts, fire trucks and tractors that were participating in
this year's parade. This year, the
Association also participated
with their members displaying vintage and special interest
police cars. The parade lined up on Main Street and proceeded
down Glover Avenue to the grandstand and big finally on Queen
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