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  • Thursday, February 13, 2020, World Trade Center, NY; The Port Authority of NY & NJ Board of Commissioners recognized eight Port Authority police officers for their life saving efforts reviving a man who suffered cardiac arrest at Newark Liberty International Airport in late January. Pictured, left to right, are Sgt. Anthony Guercio, PO Steven Magnavita, PO Phil Campo, PO Michael Tilatitsky, PO Matthew Rosati, PO Joseph Francavilla, Inspector Kevin Fowler, Sgt. William Howley. The Port Authority PBA congratulates all on a job well done. #PAPDPROTECTSNYNJ #PAPD #PAPBA #PANYNJ #newarkairport
  • #PAPD recruits of the 119th Port Authority Police Department Recruit Class learning combat firearms tactics. This training includes defensive and offensive tactics along with the life-saving procedures involved in rescuing a downed officer and applying a tourniquet to stem blood loss. Difficult training leads to winning the difficult, on-the-street encounters. There are no easy days for Port Authority police officers. #PAPDPROTECTSNYNJ #PAPBA #PANYNJ
  • Let us never forget the words of Baseball Great Jackie Robinson. Mr. Robinson, thank you for your wonderful impact on all. #blackhistorymonth #42 #jackierobinson #PAPDPROTECTSNYNJ #PAPD #PAPBA
  • Paul Nunziato and the Port Authority Police Benevolent Association were proud to recognize the police officers of the George Washington Bridge Command as the recipients of the 2019 Port Authority PBA Command of the Year Award.. The 74 members of the George Washington Bridge Command displayed unwavering dedication to protecting the traveling public by ensuring safe and orderly public transit, stemming criminal activity and constantly countering the daily threat of terrorism. In addition to the services rendered to the public, the GWB Command continues to be on the front line of suicide prevention. In 2019, the police officers of the GWB Command selflessly and successfully intervened in 30 suicide attempts. These interventions often put the lives of the responding police officers in jeopardy. The command's 386 arrests included 51 for Driving While Intoxicated and the seizure of 15 firearms. In addition, GWB police officers issued 5,271 summonses and responded to 2,878 motor vehicle accidents. Two GWB police officers were recipients of the Port Authority PBA Cop of the Month Award for exceptional performance. The Port Authority PBA acknowledges the members of the George Washington Bridge Command for their professionalism, selfless service and devotion to duty. #PAPDPROTECTSNYNJ #PAPBA #PAPD