NYPD Captains and Sergeants line up to support John Quaglione for City Council
Brooklyn, NY- Today, John Quaglione has announced he has received two more endorsements from law enforcement unions for his City Council candidacy. The Captains Endowment Association, which represents NYPD members in the rank of Captain, Deputy Inspector, Inspector, Deputy Chief, and Surgeon, works to better the lives of their members, as well as residents and visitors of New York City.
“The NYPD Captains Endowment Association is proud to endorse John Quaglione for City Council. John cares about the quality of life of New Yorkers and will be a welcome voice of reason on a legislative body that too often passes laws that make the job of New York City police officers more difficult,” said Roy T. Richter, President of the NYPD Captains Endowment Association.
Quaglione has also been endorsed by the Sergeants Benevolent Association, which has represented NYPD Sergeants since 1899. The SBA holds the highest standards for Sergeants, requiring its members to possess great skill in leadership, integrity, and objectivity.
“[Quaglione’s] commitment to the NYPD and the law enforcement profession is second to none, and as such, it is my pleasure and honor to pass along our official endorsement,” said Edward D. Mullins, President of the Sergeants Benevolent Association.
These endorsements are received at a crucial time in the race for City Council, with less than two weeks until voters will cast their vote for the next 43rd district Council Member.
“I am proud and honored to receive these endorsements for my candidacy. Both of these Associations recognize that I stand by law enforcement and will work to make this district safer. I sincerely look forward to having the opportunity for us to work together and advocate on behalf of their members in City Hall,” said John Quaglione.