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  • This exhibit, through words and images, portrays different members of Law Enforcement from various jurisdictions in New York State. Each experienced a similar fate; being struck by a drunk or drug impaired driver. The exhibit focuses on these fateful events in a forensic style. Each had the courage to serve. They have everything to live for. The strength of the shield met a culture of the extreme… and in an instant, everything changed.
  • In Harm’s Way
    Trooper Robert W. Ambrose
    Officer Glen L. Ciano
  • In Harm’s Way
    Trooper Jenny Carrion-
    Bryman
    Officer Andre Menzies
  • In Harm’s Way
    Officer Daniel O’Sullivan
    Officer Kenneth J. Baribault
  • Commack Road, Commack, Suffolk County Crash Timeline | February 22, 2009
    2-11-13 at the scene
    Crash site
  • Commack Road, Commack, Suffolk County Crash Timeline | February 22, 2009
  • An Update on KennthBaribault
    “We were told, initially, that Kenneth’s ‘best case scenario’ would be that of a Nursing Home and feeding tubes…
    Every single day he is getting better and stronger and he never, ever loses hope.
    Kenneth never gets angry, upset, very rarely gets sad or down, and wakes up everyday determined to work to get better.”
    – Danielle Rella,
    Kenneth’s sister, 02.22.11
    Kennth at MADD Walk, Farmingdale State College
  • Artifact Cases
    Each exhibit contains four cases. Two contain forensic item and two contain personal items, donated by the families. The case artifacts attempt to depict the spirit of the fallen officer.
    NYS Association of Chiefs of Police Conference 2011, Lake Placid
  • Exhibit on Display
    NYS Association of Chiefs of Police Conference 2011, Lake Placid
  • Exhibit Installation
    Contact Denis Foley at foleyd@sunyit.edu or Pam Aini at paini@fingerlakesparalegal.com to request instructions.
    Exhibit Installation Instructions Include:
     
    -Panel pdfs in sequence
    -Display unit assembly instructions
    -Display unit assembly diagram
    For example:
    Once this assembly is complete, the display can be arranged and adjusted by swinging each panel from 180 degrees to 45 degrees from each other. In this way you can make the exhibit a straight line or a zig-zag depending on space and design desires.
     
  • Resources
    Film: Courage to Serve, a 15 minute documentary available on CD for a $5.00 mailing charge from Denise Cashmere, NYS STOP DWI Foundation, cashmere0606@gmail.com
    Article: “RememberingFallen Officer KilledbyRepeatDrunk Driver: Partner Nancy Amato’sStatement” by Denis Foley, ImpairedDriving Update, volume XV, no. 2, pg. 27.
  • For exhibit scheduling contact Pam Aini NYS STOP DWI Coordinators Association, paini@fingerlakesparalegal.com
    For further information and scheduling contact Denis Foley, denis.foley@sunyit.edu
  • Exhibit Survey
    http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/S3YLXV3
  • Image Sources
    Photos courtesy of…
    Slide 1: 2009 (2010), Newsday LLC
    Slide 2: Ciano Family, Ambrose Family
    Slide 3: Menzies Family, Carrion-Bryman Family
    Slide 4: O’Sullivan Family, Baribault Family
    Slide 5: 2009 (2010), Newsday LLC
    Slide 6: Pete Tartaglia, Suffolk County DistrictAttorney’s Office.
    Slide 8: 2009 (2010), Newsday LLC
    Slide 9: Denis Foley
    Slide 10: Denis Foley
    Slide 11: Denis Foley
    Copyright © 2010 by The Lewis Henry Morgan Institute at SUNY-IT, Utica Photos courtesy of the Leduc Family.
    Funded by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration with a grant from the New York State Governor’s Traffic Safety Committee