Artwork by Bronx children Timisha Laurent and Tyrone Brown were featured in the Police Athletic League’s 2017 calendar which showcases work created by children from PAL centers across the five boroughs.
The Police Athletic League's annual holiday party brought joy to more than 500 children. In this Parenting report, NY1's Shelley Goldberg chats with some of the kids and finds out what they think Santa might want for Christmas this year.
THE BRONX - Some NFL stars laced up their cleats Tuesday for a good cause.
The New York Jets sponsored a PAL Cops and Kids program in conjunction with the NYPD.
The goal of the event at Fordham University was to increase positive relations between police and the community, with a specific focus on youth.
The Police Athletic League expands its offerings in Brooklyn, helping to fulfill a vision of the late District Attorney Ken Thompson. NY1's Jeanine Ramirez filed the following report.
On September 13, 2016, the Police Athletic League hosted its 44th Annual Superstar Dinner honoring Robert J. McGuire, Former New York City Police Commissioner, and John B. Osborn, Chief Executive Officer, BBDO New York.
The Police Athletic League (PAL) is holding its 44th Annual Superstar Dinner honoring Robert J. McGuire, Former New York City Police Commissioner, and John B. Osborn, Chief Executive Officer, BBDO New York.
STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. -- Almost 800 Police Athletic League (PAL) campers from all five boroughs of New York City gathered together on Staten Island on Friday to enjoy a day of fun at an annual carnival.
Even Frederick Watts, CEO of The Police Athletic League, has had questionable interactions with the police. But creating positive interactions with the cops is a primary goal of this nonprofit, which runs everything from free after-school programs, summer day camps, summer Playstreets and juvenile justice programs with sports activities as a cornerstone.
It’s the one time you can steal from a police officer!
About 30 cops and teens squared off in a friendly-but-intense game of hoops at the Kings Bay Y in Sheepshead Bay on June 11. Teams — composed of a mix of youth from the Police Athletic League and officers from the 61st, 63rd, and 69th precincts — went head to head to foster sportsmanship and a better relationship between adolescents and officers, and it was a slam dunk, the event’s host said.