Philip Cardillo

Nassau County's Blue Knights Law Enforcement Motorcycle Club holds 10th annual ride in honor of slain Officer Philip Cardillo

Annual Ride Honors Officer Gunned Down In Harlem 43 Years Ago

Members of Nassau County’s Blue Knights Law Enforcement Motorcycle Club took part in the 10th Annual ride from Bethpage to Harlem in honor of Officer Philip Cardillo.

04/19/2015

Photo of Patrolman Philip Cardillo at the 28th Precinct station house. (credit: CBS 2)

NYPD Honors Murdered Officer, Philip Cardillo, With Ride Through Harlem

Police remembered one of their own on Sunday, with a ride through Harlem. Cops made their way to the 28th Precinct where murdered patrolman Philip Cardillo had been assigned.

04/13/2014

Friends and family are trying to keep slain NYPD Officer Philip Cardillo's case, and his memory, alive. (Credit: CBS 2)

Push Continues To Rename Harlem Street For Fallen Cop

The push continues to have a section of Harlem street renamed for a member of the NYPD who was gunned down in 1972, WCBS 880’s Alex Silverman reported.

05/29/2012

Rep. Charles Rangel (credit: CBS 2)

Rep. Rangel Refuses To Take A Side In Proposal To Rename Harlem Street For Slain Cop

Congressman Charles Rangel is refusing to endorse a proposal to rename a Harlem street for a slain police officer and Rangel’s was not happy with CBS 2 for even asking about it.

05/11/2012

Photo of Patrolman Philip Cardillo at the 28th Precinct station house. (credit: CBS 2)

Push To Co-Name Street After Slain NYPD Officer Meets With Apprehension

Retired Detective Randy Jurgensen is helping lead the charge to co-name 123rd Street near the stationhouse “Philip Cardillo Way.”

05/10/2012