Police Conference of New York

November 2, 2012

Contact: Bob Matthews






Conference representing 230 police associations endorses Assemblyman


            Assemblyman Ray Walter (R,C,I-Amherst) has been endorsed by the Police Conference of New York (PCNY), representing local Police Benevolent Associations including the Amherst Police, Erie County Sheriff, Niagara County Deputy Sheriff and Niagara Frontier Transportation Authority. Walter expressed his commitment to equipping law enforcement with the tools and resources they need to protect families and businesses in Western New York.


            “Our families rely on the courageous men and women of local law enforcement to keep us safe and protect our homes and property,” said Walter. “Our police officers risk their lives every day to make our community a better place to work, live and raise a family. I am proud to stand by them to help continue the stellar service they have provided to Western New Yorkers for so long.”


The Police Conference of New York, Inc., founded in 1925, has as its objectives the protection of the interests of police officers, the sponsorship of legislation perceived to be in their best interest, and the giving of aid and assistance to police officers and police organizations. The Police Conference of New York is a highly regarded statewide group that represents the interests of 230 police associations, plus eight regional police conferences and one retired police association, with a total membership of 25,000.

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