ExpiredSeptember 15, 2017 Chapter Meeting

Date: September 15, 2017 
 Rosie O’Grady – 800 7th Avenue, NY, NY 10019
Time: 11:30 am – 2:00 pm

Guest Speaker:
MTA Chief of Police, Owen J. Monaghan, CPP


Please note:  Cathy Lanier , originally scheduled as guest speaker, had to reschedule her speaker engagement for September. The Chapter is honored that MTA Chief of Police, Owen J. Monaghan offered to speak at this meeting.


Please join the NYC Chapter for our September meeting at Rosie O’Grady – 800 7th Avenue, NYC. We welcome MTA Chief of Police, Owen J. Monaghan, CPP as guest speaker for September. A sit-down lunch will be served with soft drinks; a drink ticket redeemable for wine or beer will be provided and a cash bar is available for additional beverages.


Registration for individuals, groups and tables of ten can be made below at the cost of $75 per seat. Ticket purchases for 10, 20 and 30 will automatically reserve a table for the company. Attendees who indicate CPP status when registering online will receive a certificate at the meeting for one (1) CPP continuing education credit.


Online registration will close on September 13th!


Speaker Bio: MTA Chief of Police, Owen J. Monaghan, CPP


Chief Monaghan joined the MTA in March of 2015 as Vice President of Security for MTA-New York City Transit. He was appointed to the position of Chief of MTA Police Department February 1, 2017 and was recently also named Chief Security Officer for the MTA.  Prior to that he had a distinguished career spanning over three decades at the NYPD, holding several senior leadership roles there rising to the rank of Assistant Chief. He commanded the 13 precincts of Patrol Borough Brooklyn South before becoming Executive Officer of the Transit Bureau and held Commanding Officer positions at the 109th Precinct, Transit District’s 1 & 34.


Chief Monaghan, 57, has a Master of Public Administration from Marist College and is a graduate of Columbia University’s Police Management Institute. Originally from Crown Heights, Brooklyn, he now resides in Suffolk County.


The MTA Police Department is responsible for patrolling the stations, tracks, trains, railroad crossings, shops, and yards of the Long Island Rail Road, Metro-North Railroad, and Staten Island Railway. Its jurisdiction spans a 5,000 square-mile territory across 14 counties in New York and Connecticut.





  • 09/15/2017
    11:30 am - 2:00 pm

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