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In 2013, the Stephen Siller Tunnel to Towers
Foundation created a traveling exhibit as a tribute to all those who
lives were sacrificed on September 11, 2001. The 9/11 NEVER FORGET traveling exhibit
is also a tool to educate America’s youth about the historic events of
that took place that day. The memorial provides an interactive education
artifacts, news and video recording, and live tours from FDNY heroes. The
Stephen Siller Tunnel to Towers Foundation is committed to ensuring WE
NEVER FORGET and that America’s youth understand the sacrifice of many on
that tragic day. On Monday September 15, 2014 the rolling exhibit made it's way
to the Brewster High School, in Brewster, NY. The Eastern Vintage Police Car
Association was honored to be asked to participate in the exhibit's
Welcome to the 72nd Annual
North Haven Fair
The North Haven Fair, North Haven, CT., completed a successful four day run
Sunday, August 31, 2014 and attracted over 60,000 visitors,
included everything from live music to exciting rides,
tempting food and animal exhibits and, the Eastern Vintage
Police Car Association was there.
The North Haven Police Department
Police Benevolent Association's 7th Annual Car
The show, which took place on August 31, 2014, was held at
High School located at 221 Elm Street, North Haven,
Connecticut. Many vintage, classic car and truck enthusiasts attended the show
from all across the State and New England. The activities for kids were plentiful, including face painting
and games. The show featured plenty of food, drinks and ice
cream from various vendors including the PBA's own booth that
served hot dogs and hamburgers throughout the event. A DJ
provided all the music including some oldies from the 50’s,
60’s, 70’s and 80’s. The PBA sponsored a well-received 50/50
raffle and plenty of door prizes for all. Numerous awards and
trophies were given out to the winners of the many categories
of vintage and classic vehicles. Around noon lights and sirens filled the air as a large vintage police car
procession took part in a mock car chase after a “Smokey and
the Bandit” look-a-like Pontiac Firebird. The “low speed”
procession left the high school grounds and entered the nearby
Rt. 40 connector that extends into the Town of Hamden, then
returned back to the school grounds where they were received
with cheering and applause. Another great show by the North
Haven PBA. Continued...
Connecticut State Police Sponsor "Family Night"
The Connecticut State Police hosted their
annual "Family Night" for the current CSP cadets and their
families on Thursday night, August 21, 2014. Family Night
allows the CSP cadets' families to visit the Academy and
discuss and appreciate the many aspects of police training.
The basic training program at the Connecticut Police Academy
is approximately 22 weeks long and the recruits must
successfully pass each of 17 different academic areas as well
as successfully pass each of a series of different practical
skill areas. In addition, recruits must complete a field and
departmental training program consisting of a minimum of 400
additional hours. Upon successful completion of all portions
of the program, the recruit officer is then issued an initial
certification as a police officer in the State of Connecticut.
Our group, the Eastern Vintage Police Car Association
displayed their vintage and special interest police vehicles
at the event and received many compliments and accolades. We
would like to thank Trooper Len Widener and all of the academy
staff for the invitation.
Eastern Vintage Police Car Association
attends Meriden’s National Night Out against Crime
Festival at Hubbard Park
located in Meriden, Connecticut was packed Tuesday night for the
City’s 10th annual celebration of National Night Out Against Crime.
The event was organized by the neighborhood council in conjunction
with the Meriden Police Department. The annual event is an effort
to promote involvement of the City’s residents in crime prevention
activities such as police-community partnerships, neighborhood
awareness and camaraderie, and to send a message to criminals
that neighborhoods are organized and fighting back. The event
is a local offshoot of America’s Night Out Against Crime, which
began in 1984. “There really isn’t a better way to deter crime
in our neighborhoods than with community policing,” Meriden Mayor
Manny Santos said Tuesday. “I encourage everyone to get out, walk
your neighborhoods, sit on your front porches, be observant. That
really goes a long way.” Members of the Eastern Vintage Police
Car Association were invited to attend by Meriden’s Sgt. John
Mennone. John explained, “These types of events go a long way
to promote the camaraderie between the police department and the
citizens of Meriden. It is a very worthwhile event and we’re very
happy your group and their vintage police cars could attend”.
Tune by Tuna Auto And Bike Show
Celebrates 30 Years!
Founded 30 years ago by Charles “Tuna” Sumares.
Vintage and classic car
all over the East Coast continue to support the
Children's Hospital through the
The 2nd Annual Auto Show at The
Willows Rehabilitation& Nursing Center,
225 Amity Road, Woodbridge, CT was held on Saturday, July
26, 2014. The show started at 10:00am and despite the threat of
afternoon rain, ran until its scheduled time of 2:00pm. A portion
of the show's proceeds went to The Woodbridge
“WATCH” Program (Woodbridge Awareness To Crime and Home Safety).
Door prizes were given out to
all the show car participants along with trophies, which were
given to the top 15 judged vehicles. There was a 50/50 raffle
of a 32” large screen TV for one lucky winner and local food vendors
were present along with a DJ playing all the favorites from the
past and present.
Police Youth Week
As in years past, the Connecticut State Police and
the American Legion join in a partnership
to administer the annual 'State Police Youth Week'. The event
is open to all 16 and 17 year old high school students within
the state of Connecticut.
Youth week, which is modeled after State Police recruit training,
provides students an opportunity to help them understand and appreciate
the training, duties and abilities of today’s law enforcement.
The training, which runs for a week, will expose recruits to a
variety of mental and physical challenges including patrol techniques,
use of laser speed measuring equipment, accident investigation,
emergency vehicle driving, firearms training, and criminal investigation.
The recruits also participate in daily physical conditioning,
daily inspections, drill & ceremony, and 5:15 a.m. reveille.
The week concludes with the Warrior's Path safety & survival course
followed by a Graduation ceremony. Warrior's Path represents the
culmination of all of the skills and knowledge the recruits learned
during the week. It is designed to emphasize the importance of
teamwork and overcoming adversity.
The 34th Annual Madison Exchange Independence Day
Parade in downtown Madison, Connecticut
was, as always, a big crowd pleaser. The parade theme this year
First Responders”. A tribute to all the many Police, Fire and
Emergency Services personnel that instinctively put their own
lives in harms way to help and protect others.
This year’s Annual Independence Day Parade was held on Saturday,
July 5, 2014, one day behind schedule because of threatening weather
by the season’s first east coast hurricane, Arthur. The parade
proceeded west on Boston Post Road (Route 1) from Samson Rock
Drive to the West Wharf Road and ended at the Madison Surf Club,
a 45-acre beach park overlooking Long Island Sound.
The Torrington Police Department held its annual
D.A.R.E Program Car Show on Friday, June 27, 2014.
The event ran from 5:00pm through 9:00pm on Main Street in front
of the Warner Theater in the town’s center. As in previous years,
the show benefits the Torrington Police Department’s D.A.R.E.
program. D.A.R.E., an acronym for “Drug, Awareness, Resistance,
Education”, teaches students not just
that they“should”refuse drugs and alcohol, and not participate in violent
activities, but“how”to refrain from doing so. D.A.R.E. goes beyond traditional
drug abuse and violence prevention programs. It gives children
the skills needed to recognize and resist the subtle and overt
pressures that cause them to experiment with drugs or become involved
in gangs or violent activities. One hundred percent of
the donations from the show goes to support the program which
is taught to fifth grade students in Torrington’s four elementary
schools: East School, Forbes School, Southwest School, Torringford
School and Vogel-Wetmore School. The D.A.R.E. program and D.A.R.E.
Car Show have been successively offered for more than two decades.
On Wednesday, June 30, 2014,
held their 5th Annual Criminal Justice Summer Camp.
The camp is geared towards incoming high school seniors and juniors
interested in the field of criminal justice. It ran from
on the Albertus Magnus
Some of the events of the day included a mock crime scene investigation,
introduction to the K-9 program, Fingerprinting 101 and eye witness
testimonial. “In real life, fighting crime is not the same as they
show it on TV?”, asked one of the camp’s students. Officer Ted Stockmon
Connecticut Police Department responded, “No, no it’s not.It’s nothing like you see on TV. Solving a crime is about
hard work and perseverance. In real life, crimes don’t get solved
in thirty minutes, like you see on TV”.
The Criminal Justice camp is designed to encourage
kids who are interested in law enforcement to think about the many
aspects of the field that are available to them. Some other topics
discussed were: Crime Scene Evaluation, Ethical Awareness, Police
Support Services and a