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K00606 Summary:

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K00606 Text:

Assembly Resolution No. 606
BY: M. of A. Taylor
        MOURNING  the  untimely  death  of  Jason  Rivera,
        committed NYPD law enforcement officer,  family  man
        and devoted member of his community
  WHEREAS,  It  is  the  sense  of this Legislative Body to convey its
grateful appreciation and heartfelt regret in recognition of the loss of
a courageous and hardworking police officer who dedicated his purposeful
life and career in faithful service to both his family and the residents
of New York State; and
  WHEREAS, It is with profound  sadness  that  this  Legislative  Body
records  the  passing  of 22-year-old Jason Rivera, a Washington Heights
native, who gave the ultimate sacrifice while responding to  a  domestic
call in Harlem, on Friday, January 21, 2022; and
  WHEREAS, A member of the 32nd Precinct proudly serving Harlem, Jason
Rivera  joined  the NYPD 14 months ago in part to better the community's
relationship with law enforcement; and
  WHEREAS, Coming from an immigrant family and growing up in New  York
City,  young  Jason  Rivera knew becoming a police officer was the right
career for him; he realized how impactful his role as an  officer  would
be in the chaotic city of approximately 10 million people; and
  WHEREAS,  Officer  Jason  Rivera was proud to be the first member of
his family to join New York's finest, the greatest police force  in  the
world; and
  WHEREAS, Jason Rivera was forever dependable, loyal, and kind, three
extraordinary  attributes  that  made  him an amazing police officer; he
will be remembered for his constant smile and positive attitude; and
  WHEREAS, To know Jason Rivera was to love him, and, if you did, then
you were one of the lucky ones; he was a  true  hero  officer,  husband,
younger brother, son and friend; and
  WHEREAS,  Armed  with a humanistic spirit and imbued with a sense of
compassion, Jason Rivera leaves behind a legacy which will  long  endure
the  passage  of  time  and will remain as a comforting memory to all he
served and befriended; he will be deeply missed  and  truly  merits  the
grateful tribute of this Legislative Body; now, therefore, be it
  RESOLVED,  That  this Legislative Body pause in its deliberations to
mourn the death of Jason Rivera, and to express its deepest  condolences
to his family, colleagues and friends; and be it further
  RESOLVED,  That  a  copy  of this Resolution, suitably engrossed, be
transmitted to the family of Jason Rivera.
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