The RDNY came into being in April of 1955, when a small group of Retired New York City Detectives decided to get together for a social meeting. As a result of that meeting, the idea of forming an Association that could further assist retired Detectives with retirement benefits and to do charitable work came to fruition.
This group decided to meet again that following month to continue your efforts and also to begin a life long bond that law enforcement officers share, especially Detectives.
The RDNY Incorporated later that same year and became officially known as "The Retired Detectives of the City of New York". They adopted the motto "Fideliter Servimus", which means "We have served faithfully". Today we serve 1400 members and we are recognized as a Fraternal Organization within the Law Enforcement Community.
The RDNY meets every second Wednesday of the month. The location varies from borough to borough. There will be notifications prior to the date.
President: Kevin Schroeder
Chairman of the Board: John Warner
1st Vice President: Rich Santangelo
2nd Vice President: George Fahrbach
Treasurer: Don Alesi
Secretary: Vic Cipullo
Sgt. at Arms: Kevin Kehoe
Historian: Hal Sherman
Chaplain: Msgr. Kevin Nelan
General Counsel: Richard Katz
Board of Directors:
Irma Rivera Duffy
ARE YOU KIDDING – THE BEST WE GOT
Barnum and Bailey Circus is gone but NY has another circus in town. Here we go again. The primary’s take place soon for the Mayor and other political positions in NYC Government. Saturday Night Live should have a lot of fun with this group. You wonder where all these candidates came from but you can’t blame them. If you think about it only 29%% of New York City residents voted in the last election for Mayor and look what they got. The worse Mayor ever. So why not take a shot even though they know nothing about running NYC. They had a first debate and was asked a question about how much a home in NYC costs and two candidates said about 70 to 80 thousand dollars. Well if these two got in that's what they would probably be worth. If you hear or read the news about what is going in NY with all the gun violence and crime in the city you would think it’s a make or break situation. Crime is rampant in NY because of all the mistakes the politicians have made with bail reform and police reform. Yet all the candidates for Mayor are anti-police and their platforms are based on anti NYPD statements. The police didn’t cause homelessness, mental problems, rioting, looting and our subway system to be crime infested. The politicians caved into the anti-police organizations and that’s what caused what is going on in NY right now. Whoever wins this election will have the fate of the city in their hands. And so far all of them are just so directed at police reform and defunding the police they are blind to what is really going on in the city. They should pay more attention to the homeless and the mental problems that NYC has and let the police handle the crime. You want to make changes. Fine, but don’t pull the rug out from under the police and then blame them for everything. And just remember all the citizens in NYC, the poor, rich, black, white, Hispanic, Oriental all need the police to protect them from the predators. Who else can or will protect them.
The NY Post recently endorsed Erik Adams, retired Captain NYPD who is the Brooklyn Boro President for Mayor. You would think “wow”, somebody who knows about NYPD and police work in general. But as soon as he hit the soapbox he also started with anti-police statements stating that he was brutalized at age 15 by the police and about experiencing racism in the NYPD. Falling in line with the other candidates with their anti-police statements. You think it is just a ploy to win over the votes from anti-cop voters? What did he do at age 15 to have an interaction with the police and how did he make captain during his career? It seems nobody held him back. Did he do police work or just studied to take tests to get promoted. It does not seem he was held back at all. Most of the great bosses in the NYPD of any color were police officers first and worked in all stages of police work, Narcotics, Warrants, Anti-crime and Detective Squads. I only remember him getting promoted. Hopefully he comes around and tells the truth about what NY Finest do to protect “ALL” the people of New York. He got where he is because he was one of NY Finest and no other reason. He never hesitates to say he is a retired NYPD Captain.
The DEA is endorsing Tony Herbert, a Community Leader in Brooklyn, for Public Advocate. They could not have endorsed anybody better. Tony Herbert has always been there for his community all the time and not just when the media show up like Sharpton. He seems to be a very fair person and listens to both sides. Present Advocate Jumanne Williams was more concerned with protesting and getting arrested. He set some example. Tell all your friends who vote, Tony Herbert is the man to vote for. We need some common sense people.
Remember the movie Ghostbusters and the song when people get in trouble who you gonna call, Ghostbusters. Well it seems nobody wants to admit it including our clueless politicians but when things get bad “who you gonna call’ - NYPD that’s who. When any emergency takes place they call 911 or the police not the Mayor or his wife or the City Council or Gov. Cuomo because they know NYPD can handle it. Now with the city subway system being crime infested they say the new rookies coming out of the Academy will be a shot in the arm to address this issue. This is not turn style jumping, this is violent crime. They have tied the hands of the veteran Police Officers so how do they expect rookies to handle it. We were all rookies at one time and learned from the veterans. Put the anti-crime units back and let these rookies learn from them how to fight crime. Otherwise they will get eaten up out there. If you were getting heart surgery would you want a doctor who just graduated from Medical School or a veteran doctor who has done this many times? Think about it. People of NY better wake up before it’s too late and you have to call the Ghostbustersas a last resort.
BAN THE POLICE
This all started back a couple of years ago when buckets of water were tossed on uniform officers and nothing was done about it. They have taken respect for police and thrown it in the gutter. Now the NYPD has been banned from the Pride Parade which takes place in NYC. The GOAL Organization referring to the Gay Officers Action League has been told they can’t march in the parade for at least the next 5 years because of safety concerns. But NYPD will be a block away in case there is a problem. They are anti-police but if there is a problem call 911 for help. These members of the LGBT fought to get recognized and now are being told by the group who they serve and protect that they can’t be a part of them. NYC Pride should be ashamed of themselves for doing this. These men and women suffered enough and now are being tossed aside because they are cops. Will Guinness Beer and Coca Cola boycott the parade like they did at the St. Pat’s Parade when LGBT could not march or doesn’t the NYPD Goal Organization mean anything?
The Fed’s arrested a man from Pearl River who broke a policeman’s nose more than four decades ago in the United Kingdom and are waiting to extradite him back. Rightfully so, but how come JoAnne Chesimard is still out there and she murdered a New Jersey State Trooper. I guess priorities!
Attached are the documents you will need for receiving the vaccine via Health Services.
Your letters, your words and your work paid off! Retirees got it done! Emblem has reinstated the panels and are now accepting new applications for Health Care Providers to become in network providers. Below are forms you can obtain and give to physicians to enroll with Emblem. More details will be forthcoming!
From the DEA:
The Brittany Devin Heaney Foundation
The Brittany Devin Heaney Foundation was formed in February 2021, after the sudden and devastating passing of Assistant District Attorney Brittany Devin Heaney of the Brooklyn District Attorney’s Office. Brittany had planned to be married this May 22, 2021 to the love of her life, Vito Rinaldi, when she unexpectedly died in her sleep from a cardiac arrhythmia at the young age of 30.
Brittany comes from a long line of law enforcement champions. Her parents, Thomas Heaney and Lisa Mazzaro Heaney, are both retired NYPD Detectives, as is her uncle John Heaney. Her great grandfather, Edward W. Devine, was a first grade NYPD Detective; her great uncles Edward Devine and James Devine were NYPD Lieutenants; and her great uncle, William Devine, rose to the position of Police Commissioner.
Brittany devoted herself to seeking justice for victims of sexual assault as an Assistant District Attorney, and the Brittany Devin Heaney Foundation will ensure that her wonderful work continues. Since its formation, the Foundation has raised over $70,000, which will, in part, endow a $50,000 scholarship fund at Brittany’s alma mater, St. John’s University School of Law. Each year, the fund will provide a scholarship to a law student who works at an internship combating sex crimes. The family is now working to raise additional funds to endow a similar scholarship at King’s College in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, from where Brittany graduated Magna Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Criminal Justice and Psychology in 2012. It’s also where Brittany met her beloved fiancé Vito.
While the family tragically cannot celebrate their union, the Foundation will support her legacy and continue her mission. Anything you can donate to this worthy cause will be extremely appreciated. If you use Paypal, donations can be sent using the email address email@example.com If using checks, donations can be mailed to The Brittany Devin Heaney Foundation, P.O. Box 66, Bronx, New York 10470. To donate online, and to read about Brittany and the Foundation, click on Learn More.
On behalf of the Heaney family, Vito, Brittany’s friends, and her colleagues, thank you very much.
This is the update from Errol from the SBA regarding Emblem/GHI. I’m pleased to say that 64 new doctors have been already accepted since the Emblem Panel has been reopened. The PBA and DEA MLC liaisons Mr Nicholson and Mr Russo were involved in having Emblem health reopen its panels as well. This is a group effort now between all three police unions. A special thanks to all three men for their efforts in helping us retirees. Negotiations are still going on and I will post all info that I receive as I receive it.
This is from an email from Emblem Health outlining instructions to nominate a provider for participation in the Emblem Health network.
We also requested and received a roster of GHI CBP Participating Providers and geo-search matching Florida plan participants to providers within 10 miles of their zip code. We found fault in this analysis as it used a provider list that was not updated nor verified. We therefore requested a complete audit of providers -in fact status verifying their "active" participation in the GHI CBP networks and acceptance of new patients.
We believe if we verify what we currently have and work with members to aggressively add providers we can have a vibrant network of providers in Florida, North Carolina and South Carolina amongst other regions.
I have the following information regarding adding providers to the Florida, North Carolina, South Carolina Emblem Health in network medical panels.
We are pleased to announce, the process for GHI non-Medicare retirees nominating doctors with the intention of being added as CBP participating providers, has been restored as of today.
1. EmblemHealth’s Customer Service, Provider Network and Grievance & Appeals advocates (representatives) have been informed that the network is in fact, open for provider nominations; letters will no longer state the network is closed.
2. Members who wish to nominate their provider may contact EmblemHealth via telephone or email. If an Emblem advocate receives a call from a CNY PPO (GHI) Retiree member requesting information on how to nominate their provider for participation, advocates will:
• Confirm the member is an active CNY PPO Retiree plan member
• Obtain the following information:
o Provider’s full name
o Practice name
o Contact person
o Telephone #
o Email the information to
• If a member sends the request via a secure email from the portal, the correspondence advocate will:
o Review the request to ensure all the necessary information has been provided, see above
o If so, will forward the request to
o If the request has incomplete provider information, a reply will be emailed to the member requesting the additional information
• Advocates will not send a letter to a CNY Retiree member indicating that their network is closed
• If an Out of Network Provider calls requesting to join the CBP network, they will be directed to the EmblemHealth website, Provider Resources > Join Our Network page to access the Provider Credentialing Form:
3. Below are the updates implemented on our City of NY micro-site page
On the member CBP page we posted
Nominate Your Providers!
Did you know that the EmblemHealth CBP Network is open to new providers? If you are a City of New York retiree who does not have Medicare, you can ask us to invite your doctor into our network. The process is simple—just send us an email to
and include the following information so we can reach out:
• Full name of the provider you’re nominating
• Practice name
• Contact person
• Telephone #
We can’t guarantee that they will join the network, but we will reach out to them on your behalf and offer them an invitation.
On the provider Join Our Networks page
, we edited the copy to reflect this specific situation
Joining EmblemHealth HIP and GHI
To join the GHI PPO or EmblemHealth EPO/PPO National Network, please make sure you have reviewed the “Credentialing EmblemHealth Applicants” section above.
Our network in Florida is closed except for our CBP network* (non-Medicare City of New York retirees), primary care physicians, cardiologists, orthopedic surgeons and any provider that is joining a group that is already participating with EmblemHealth. The network outside of New York, New Jersey, Connecticut and Florida is currently closed unless the provider is joining a participating group. To join the GHI PPO or EmblemHealth EPO/PPO National Network, please make sure you have reviewed the “Credentialing EmblemHealth Applicants” section above.
*IMPORTANT NOTE: Our CBP Network, which primarily serves City of New York non-Medicare retirees, remains open to new providers. Members can nominate their provider for entry, and providers can submit applications for their practice(s).
The DEA is now accepting applications for the 2021 Jack Healy Memorial Scholarships.
The DEA will be awarding at least ten scholarships to the sons and daughters of members in good standing. Awards are $5,000 each. If you are applying for more than one child, each child requires a separate submission.
Applications must be at the DEA no later than Friday, September 24, 2021. Winners will be selected in a random drawing conducted by the DEA in the fall.
Visit the DEA website for more information. www.nycdetectives.org
The DEA is a member of Amazon Smile!
That means that Amazon will donate .5%of the price of your eligible Amazon purchases to the Detectives’ Endowment Association Widows’ & Children’s Fund, Inc. whenever you shop on Amazon.
AmazonSmile is the same Amazon you know: the same millions of products, the same prices, the same service.
Just sign in by using the link below …
If you are already an Amazon user, you can use your same email and password … Just remember to go to AmazonSmile so that the DEA’s Widows’ & Children’s Fund shares in your purchase.
Please take this opportunity to help keep the DEA’s Widows’ & Children’s Fund strong. Thank you! Here is our link :
****Please note the bottom of the email - his contact information and if what he described as a possible litigant applies to you
From the PBC 10-13 club concerning GHI
A quick update on the GHI class action lawsuit.
After we won the unanimous decision in New York’s highest court affirming that the state’s main consumer protection law dies protect NYC employees and retirees, the defense tried to get the court to throw out their decision and rehear the entire argument. The Court’s ruling was one word: Denied.
Now there will be a mandatory mediation session in the fall.
GHI’s position is that this is a nuisance suit: that there is no merit to our allegations.
To make it clearer that the paltry reimbursements, the nearly non-existent catastrophic and optional rider benefits, the lack of in-network doctors for retirees living out-of-state, and the routine denials of important tests and treatments are more than a mere nuisance, we’re again looking for additional class plaintiffs.
This time, we need folks with a very specific usage pattern: we need people who first used out-of-network doctors in 2014. (If you used an out-of-network doctor once or twice before 2014, that is OK.)
If you first used out-of-network doctors in 2014, I’d really like to hear from you. Please email me at Scohen@pollockcohen.com. If it easier to call, my cell phone is 917-364-4197. (I’m not a big texter, but I do know how.) Feel free to share this with anyone you think appropriate.
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Fraud Investigator-Uniondale, NY
TruView Background Screening and Investigations, a New York based Investigations & Security Company is seeking qualified individuals to investigate public assistance fraud in Nassau County. Individuals MUST meet the following criteria for consideration:
Minimum of five years of investigative experience, which includes:
o Minimum of 3 years of Medicaid Fraud investigation experience or 3 years of professional investigation experience with a law enforcement agency, including referral of investigations for criminal prosecution or civil hearings, and courtroom testimony o Detective experience is preferredo An ability to perform background checks, document retrieval, and front-end-detection-system investigations.o Surveillance experienceo Face-to-face interview experience.o Undercover operation experience.o Ability to work independently and within a team environment o Ability to write concise and accurate reports with strong attention to sequential detail. o Research information about a Subject (i.e. asset verification, income verification, employment history, medical history, etcetera).o Ability to utilize computers and computer databases to access and share information.
Individuals must present SPECIFIC evidence demonstrating they meet the above qualifications.
Additionally, Investigators will be required to conduct field stops throughout Nassau County.
Please include and highlight any specialized skills, education, or experience in the following; Healthcare, Auditing, Forensics, Law Enforcement.
*Bi-Lingual (Spanish) is a plus, please specify on resume.
o $25/houro Full-Time, 40 hours a week contract position o Monday – Friday, day shift, no overtime or weekends o Eligibility to participate in our Medical, Dental, Vision and company match 401K plans o 10 PTO days per calendar year
Please send resume containing all relevant experience to firstname.lastname@example.org
From the PBC 10-13 club
THIS IS FROM THE HOME PAGE OF THE NYC RETIREE HEALTH BENEFITS WEBSITE
The Health Benefits Retiree client service walk-in center is closed.
Due to the closure of the office, retirees who mailed or faxed forms or correspondence March 11, 2020 or after, we cannot access or process that form. Please resubmit your documents as follows:
1) Inquiries and questions can be emailed to email@example.com
2) Forms/documents can be sent via email to NYCRetireesHBP@emblemhealth.com
Please do NOT include your Social Security number, include your Employee ID or pension number only.
3) For questions regarding the PICA prescription drug benefit program please call 1-800-467-2006.
4) If you are a HIP-HMO member turning 65 or on Medicare due to a disability, please contact HIP at (800) 447-9169 to enroll over the phone. Please identify yourself as a City of New York retiree or dependent of a retiree. For all other members enrolled in a HMO plan, please contact your health plan at the customer service numbers on the back of your ID card.
Please note that active employees can contact NYCAPS Central by:
1) Phone - 212-487-0500
Please check our website periodically for updates.
MEDICARE PART B REIMBURSEMENT SCHEDULE FOR RETIREES
MEDICARE PART B 2019 REIMBURSEMENT
Medicare Part B 2019 reimbursements will be distributed by the end of April 2020.
• For those retirees/eligible dependent of a retiree with a Medicare Part B effective date between 2016 and 2019, they will be reimbursed at the rate of $135.50 per month. ($135.50 x 12 months = $1,626 annual amount)
• For those retirees/eligible dependent of a retiree with a Medicare Part B effective date prior to 2016, they will be reimbursed at the rate of $109.00 per month. ($109 x 12 months = $1,308 annual amount)
• For those retirees/eligible dependent of a retiree with a Medicare Part B effective date prior to 2016, they will receive an additional amount up to $318. They must submit a Medicare Part B 2019 Reimbursement Differential Request Form
IRMAA 2019 REIMBURSEMENT
IRMAA 2019 reimbursements are scheduled to be issued by the end of October 2020.
• Those retirees who are eligible for IRMAA must submit the IRMAA 2019 Reimbursement Application.
• Health Benefits Program staff will be processing 2019 IRMAA forms once the Medicare Part B 2019 payment is issued in April 2020.
MEDICARE PART B 2019 DIFFERENTIAL REIMBURSEMENT
Medicare Part B 2019 differential reimbursements are scheduled to be issued by the end of March 2021.
• Medicare Part B 2019 differential payments up to $318 will be issued once the Medicare Part B and IRMAA payments are processed in calendar year 2020.
• Those retirees who are eligible for 2019 Medicare Part B differential reimbursements must submit the Medicare Part B 2019 Reimbursement Differential Request Form
• Health Benefits Program staff will be processing Medicare Part B 2019 Reimbursement Differential Request Form once IRMAA payments are issued in October 2020
• Please note that, if you are applying for IRMAA and eligible for this additional $318 reimbursement, you do not need to complete the Medicare Part B 2019 Reimbursement Differential Request Form since you will be receiving this amount at the same time the IRMAA payment is issued in October 2020.
COVID-19 or novel coronavirus affects the respiratory track and is symptomatic 2-14 days after exposure. These symptoms include, but are not limited to, fever, cough, and shortness of breath. Anyone who has had exposure to an infected person and/or experiences any of these symptoms should be tested and then quarantined for 14 days. If you have trouble breathing, persistent pain and pressure in your chest, confusion, inability to sit or stand, or blue lips, you should seek medical attention immediately by contacting your provider or a telemedicine provider. If you have any symptoms, you must stay home, contact your provider, and be quarantined for 14 days.
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo recently announced a new directive by the State Department of Financial Services requiring New York health insurers to waive cost sharing associated with testing for novel coronavirus, including: emergency room, urgent care, and office visits. These actions will help ensure that cost does not serve as a barrier to COVID-19 testing for any New Yorker.
Please note if you require testing:
At the moment, tests for Covid-19 can take up to a week or more to produce results. A new test, faster than those currently available on the market, is scheduled to be released by Abbott later this week. This test will tell you if you are positive within 5 minutes and negative within 13 minutes.
There is no FDA approved treatment for the virus and the best way to combat infection is to treat the patient’s symptoms. To avoid infection, do the following:
Telemedicine providers and information can be accessed through Emblem Health’s Teladoc system. By using Teledoc, you can talk with a doctor within minutes rather than days or hours. Teladoc doctors can diagnose, treat, and prescribe medication (when medically necessary) for non-emergency medications. This includes treatments for the flu, sore throat, allergies, stomach aches, eye infections, bronchitis, and much more. The copay is $10 per consultation. To set up your account now so you can talk with one of Teladoc’s board-certified doctors anytime when you don’t feel well, call 1-800-Teladoc (1-800-835-2362) or visit Teladoc.com/emblemhealth
All of our healthcare carriers are open and operational to help you through this pandemic. Make sure you always have at least 15 days-worth of medication on hand in case you are quarantined. Remember, our Benecard mail order benefit covers 90 days-worth of medication if you wish to have a larger amount on hand.
Stay safe and healthy.
Well before the recent national health crisis, tens of thousands of people in the 9/11 Community had been diagnosed with serious respiratory illnesses and/or cancer. Doctors have warned us that everyone who has been diagnosed with asthma, chronic bronchitis & sinusitis, interstitial lung disease or cancer has a compromised immune system. They are therefore much more vulnerable to the Coronavirus than the general population. Sadly, our law firm lost its first 9/11 first responder to the virus just this past week.
Now more than ever, it is imperative that all those in the 9/11community — responders, downtown office workers, residents, students & teachers — enroll in the free nation-wide World Trade Center Health Program...even if you are currently healthy. The doctors in the WTCHP have treated more chronic respiratory illnesses than any other doctors. You owe it to yourself to take advantage of this free program.
Please watch NYU Doctor Michael Weiden, my partner Lee London and I discuss the risks to the 9/11 community during the health crisis, and why everyone should access benefits that they are owed.
COVID-19 PSA from Barasch & McGarry: Lawyers for the 9/11 CommunityPlease share this video with anyone you know who was exposed to the World Trade Center toxins and could be particularly vulnerable to the Coronavirus. Our firm is encouraging everyone to enroll in the Health Program now. We will help them enroll at no charge.
Should you or your former co-worker, neighbor, fellow responder or friend have any questions, please feel free to contact us by email at BaraschMcGarry@BaraschMcGarry.com, or we can be reached by phone at 212-385-8000. The VCF and the Health Program both remain open and so is our firm (most of us are working remotely).
I urge everyone to please take this health crisis seriously and stay safe.
The License Division is processing new applications as well as renewals online for UMOS retirees. The process should be completed online, and in-person business is generally not required.
To submit an application or renewal, the member must go to the License Division’s public website at https://licensing.nypdonline.org/app-instruction/.
Follow the instructions on the site to create an account and submit the application/renewal.
With regard to renewals, MOS should not submit their online application until they receive their renewal letter by mail.
If there are any questions, the following phone numbers and email addresses are available:
New Retiree Applications – Phone (646) 610-5536
or email --
Retiree Renewals and Extensions – Phone (646) 610-6558
Or email –
If you are in need of a critical appliance or household goods at this time — such as a refrigerator, stove, or mattress — please know that P.C. Richard & Son is up and running and can service our DEA members’ needs.
This family owned and operated business is a reliable retailer dealing in essential household goods. Joe Morrone, the Director of Sales at P.C. Richard & Son, will provide our DEA members with great service at an affordable price. His sales team is ready and able to deliver product during this precarious time.
All store managers are currently available to service our needs with the following protocols:
Store hours are 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.;
Curbside pickup available at the stores;
Curbside delivery available for you;
Farmingdale warehouse available for pick up.
Feel free to email Joe Morrone directly for any help you may need with making a purchase from P.C. Richard at Joe.firstname.lastname@example.org
You can also call his cell phone at (516) 984-6693.
Stay safe and healthy. We will get through this together.
YOU ARE NOT ALONE.
If you need help, call someone.
If you know of someone that needs help, call someone.
If you receive care from the 9/11Medical Monitoring Services they also have outstanding social services, counseling and mental health services available.
The RDNY Organization is a registered non-for-profit corporation under section 501c3 of the IRS Code. Please complete the required information in the RDNY Membership Application printing as clearly as possible to ensure that your information is properly gathered for future mailings and correspondence.
IF OPENED IN ADOBE DC, THIS IS A FILLABLE FORM.
Please select this option if you are a current member in good standing with dues paid in previous years. SUBJECT TO VERIFICATION. PLEASE DOWNLOAD, FILL OUT AND SUBMIT THE APPLICATION FORM FOUND ABOVE THE PAYMENT BUTTONS ON THIS PAGE. YOU CAN EMAIL IT TO INFO@RDNY.ORG OR SNAIL MAIL IT. PLEASE INDICATE IF YOU PAID THROUGH PAYPAL IF APPLICABLE.
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