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Photo courtesy of Councilmember Peter Vallone Jr.
Photo courtesy of Councilmember Peter Vallone Jr.

The 114th Citizen Observation Patrol (Civ OP) works to improve the quality of life of the residents of northwest Queens.

In recognition of accomplishments over the past year, the patrol held its annual awards ceremony on October 26 at Riccardos’ by the Bridge Catering Hall in Astoria.

The Civ OP was joined at the ceremony by Councilmember Peter Vallone Jr., NYPD Chief Diana Pizzuti, current 114th Precinct Inspector Stephen Cirabisi and former Inspectors Brian McCarthy and David Barrere.

Vallone, who is the chair of the City Council’s Public Safety Committee, presented the award bearing his name to 114th Civ OP member Peter Cassulis for his efforts in erasing unwanted graffiti.

“As our police force dwindles, it’s more important than ever that our citizens become involved, and Peter Cassulis is leading the way,” said the councilmember.

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