Please see attached proclamation signed by Governor Malloy supporting CPCA (Connecticut Police Chiefs Association) in declaring January 9, 2015 as National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day in Connecticut.
Your trademark has been registered with the U.S. Trademark Office on March 11, 2014. You may now use the ® symbol to reflect your federally registered rights. You are receiving this message because you are a correspondent for the PAC trademark, US Registration Number: 4494547. You can view more information about your newly registered trademark here:
We have been up and running since the Convention in August. Support PAC and make purchases for clothing, apparel and other items at the PAC Store. Please click on the store link. Look at all the items and options available. A portion of each purchase helps to support our Organization and its Members. Feel free to let us know how your experience goes. Have a Happy and Healthy New Year! Always 'BE SAFE'
The Police Association of Connecticut was formed in 1902, " for the protection and promotion of the welfare of the police officers of Connecticut; the improvement of their facilities to render to the public, whose servants they are, the most efficient possible service; the compilation of police statistics; the collection of information concerning the practical working of different systems of police organization; and cultivation of social intercommunication and fraternal fellowship between the different police departments of the state." The PAC is the oldest such statewide police organization in Connecticut.
Relief payments under By-Laws of Connecticut Police Association. When any person, under the provisions of the constitution and bylaws of the Connecticut Police Association, Inc. is entitled to relief from said association as the widow, child or dependent mother of a police officer killed in the line of duty, the Comptroller shall, upon the delivery to him of adequate proof from said association of the right of such person to such relief as foresaid, draw his order upon the State Treasurer in favor of the person or persons entitled to such relief, or their legal representatives, for the amount to which such person or persons may be entitled as relief as foresaid, provided such orders shall be limited to available appropriations, Sec. 3-122 "Connecticut General Statute