PO John D’Allara
In January 1983 John D’ Allara was accepted to the Police Academy and graduated in June 1983. He worked for the New York City Transit Police Dept., 46th Precinct, Bronx Task Force and then for the Emergency Service Unit Truck 2.
John was an officer for eighteen years. Fourteen years were served in Emergency Service. This is an Elite unit with highly trained officers who provide tactical weapons and backup for precinct officers and brings to the aid of citizens an extraordinary range of rescue techniques, skills and knowledge. During his tenure John was still involved in teaching. He was assigned to teach the remote tactics program (robot and surveillance equipment) to other members of the Emergency Service Unit and together with Police Officer Paul Hargrove, rewrote the operations manual.
Dedicated Memorial Sites:
National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial
New York State Police Memorial Wall
New York City Police Memorial Wall
Lehman College Memorial
The Nanuet School District and FANN World Trade Center Memorial
Pearl River 9/11 Memorial
John D’Allara and Rodney Gillis Library
Rockland County American Patriot Garden
9/11 Memorial at St. Joseph’s Chapel
Queen Elizabeth II September 11 Memorial Garden