Committed to Electing Chaim Deutsch to the City Council
New York City’s law enforcement community continues to actively campaign on behalf of Chaim Deutsch’s campaign for the City Council as the General Election approaches on November 5th.
During the Democratic Primary, every major law enforcement union in the city came out in support of Deutsch’s candidacy, clearly establishing him as the “public safety candidate” in the race for the 48th City Council seat. The endorsements of these unions, comprised of every active and retired member of the NYPD in the ranks of Police Officer, Detective, Sergeant, Lieutenant, Captain, Deputy Inspector, Police Surgeon, Inspector and Deputy Chief, demonstrate Chaim Deutsch’s readiness to tackle any and every police and public safety matter.
In a statement in support of Deutsch’s candidacy, PBA President Patrick J. Lynch said, “On behalf of the New York City Patrolmen’s Benevolent Association, I am pleased to announce our endorsement of Chaim Deutsch’s candidacy in the 48th City Council District. Chaim’s proven track record and commitment to law enforcement are well recognized. As police officers who face, every day, the chance that we might be called upon to make the ultimate sacrifice, the members of the PBA would be honored to have Chaim Deutsch representing our members.”
Deutsch said that he was “humbled and grateful for the recognition and overwhelming support of New York’s law enforcement community.”
“Results and experience matter. That’s what I bring to the table,” Deutsch continued. “As our next council member, I’ll work tirelessly to make our communities safer and ensure that the men and women who risk their lives everyday have the tools and resources they need to keep us protected.”
Working for the City Council for 17 years and founder of the Shomrim Safety Patrol in southern Brooklyn, Chaim Deutsch has worked closely with the 60th, 61st, 63rd, 70th Precincts & Patrol Borough Brooklyn South – to not only fight everyday crimes, but to also deal with all types of quality of life issues.
Below are those New York City uniformed police unions that have endorsed Chaim Deutsch for City Council.
Captains’ Endowment Association (Representing all active and retired members of the NYPD in the ranks of Captain, Deputy Inspector, Police Surgeon, Inspector and Deputy Chief)
Lieutenants’ Benevolent Association
Sergeants’ Benevolent Association
Detectives’ Endowment Association
Patrolmen’s Benevolent Association
Chaim Deutsch is a proud father and grandfather and well-known community activist. He is running for the 48th District City Council seat, on November 5th, which includes Brighton Beach, Manhattan Beach, Sheepshead Bay, Homecrest and Midwood.