As part of the continuing efforts to safeguard our communities in the wake of the tragic terror attack at the Boston Marathon, Nassau County Executive Edward P. Mangano hosted a Community Security Meeting at the Yeshiva of South Shore in Hewlett on April 18.
He was joined at the briefing by: County Legislator Howard Kopel, Police Commissioner Thomas Dale, Police Intelligence Bureau Det. Sgt. Patrick Ryder and Chief of Department Steven Skrynecki.
Mangano told the Yeshiva community gathered at the event that “today poses the perfect opportunity for you to re-establish your contacts or make new contacts with your local Precinct Commander so that a better working relationship can be developed ahead of the holidays.”
“With the increase of violent crimes across the nation, it remains a goal of my administration to prevent against any potential attacks,” Mangano said. “Unfortunately, we live in a dangerous world in which there are people that wish to inflict massive harm on the public at large. Everyone must work together in order to keep our communities safe.”