Country: USA
Year: 14.05.1995
Dur: 25.24

The New York Police department is 150 years old this year<1995>. From its very beginnings up until recent times, the vast majority of its members were Irish. Even today, when the Irish form little more than 30% of the force it still has a Police Chief who was born in Dublin, John Timoney and a chaplain whose parents come from Co. Tyrone.

Other Titles in this Series:
Ref No: 368 – The Travellers of Murphy Village
Ref No: 369 – Fr. Corby and the Irish Brigade
Ref No: 370 – From Beara to Butte 
Ref No: 371 – N.Y.P.D. Green
Ref No: 372 – Sacramento – a very Irish Diocese 
Ref No: 373 – The Breen Family Story 
Ref No: 374 – The Fenian Tradition 
Ref No: 375 – Presbyterian Pioneers
Ref No: 376 – The Irish Texans 
Ref No: 377 – The Church and the Trade Unions 
Ref No: 378 – Archbishop John Ireland 
Ref No: 379 – City Politics 
Ref No: 380 – Emigration and the Single Woman 
Ref No: 381 – Sacred Space 
Ref No: 382 – The Emigrant Chaplain