Phil Pulaski's profile
An Overview of the NYPD Pulaski Association
An extremely experienced law enforcement executive, Phil Pulaski served with the New York City Police Department (NYPD) for over 33 years, retiring as Chief of Detectives in 2014. Prior to being promoted to Chief of Detectives, Phil Pulaski was the Deputy Police Commissioner of Operations where he was responsible for the NYPD’s public safety and crime reduction programs, and conducted the NYPD’s COMPSTAT process. Phil Pulaski is currently commanding officer of the Miami Beach Police Department Criminal Investigations Section. During his career with the NYPD, Phil Pulaski was an active member of the NYPD Pulaski Association and received its most prestigious award in 2010. 

The NYPD Pulaski Association is a Polish fraternal organization named in honor of Casimir Pulaski, a Polish general who fought for the United States in the Revolutionary War. Consisting of active or retired law enforcement professionals who have either Polish or Slavic heritage, the organization provides support for worthwhile causes. 

The Pulaski Association was started in 1956, when 31 Polish officers convened at Prospect Hall in Brooklyn. The meeting led to a successful petition of the NYPD to establish the Pulaski Association, and this success inspired other civil service departments to create their own Polish fraternal organizations. 

In subsequent years, the Pulaski Association assisted police officers as far away as Chicago in establishing Polish fraternal organizations within their own departments. Today, the Pulaski Association has grown to 1,500 members. Under the leadership of an executive board, the organization presents annual honors to deserving recipients and scholarships to children of members.
An Overview of the NYPD Pulaski Association
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