The Stamford Police Association will be hosting the Timothy Coppola bike helmet giveaway this year. This event was started by retired officer Glenn Coppola after his son Timothy suffered a brain injury while riding his bicycle. His son Timothy succumbed to his injuries and died approximately two years after the accident at the age of 10. After the death of his son, Glenn and the SPA have been given away bike helmets to city children.
This event is being held to benefit Doug Robinson, a 33 year veteran of the Stamford Police Department, who also spent 23 year as local high school hockey coach.
Thomas Z. Grabowski, age 74, passed on February 13, surrounded by his family in Stamford, CT. Tom was a loving, thoughtful, and sentimental man with a great sense of humor.
Stamford Police honoring Officer Jason Rivera making the ultimate sacrifice serving the city he loved. RIP our brother in blue.
Stamford Police Association Endorses Danny Melchionne in State Representative Special Election
Please come out and help on Saturday, November 20, 2021
On Aug. 6, Stamford Mayor David Martin announced an executive order mandating that all city employees be vaccinated for COVID-19 or be subject to weekly testing. The Stamford Police Association is deeply troubled by this course of action, which is rooted in hysteria and is an overreaction. Within a week, it was proven to be a hypocritical display of political theater.