2003-03-15 / Community

101 Precinct Council Honors Deputy Inspector Lindahl

101 Precinct Council Honors Deputy Inspector Lindahl


The Lindahls Pose for a Photo. From Left to Right: wife Peggy, daughters Emily and Beth, Kenneth, and his mother Maureen.The Lindahls Pose for a Photo. From Left to Right: wife Peggy, daughters Emily and Beth, Kenneth, and his mother Maureen.
Officers From the 101 Precinct Enjoy the Occasion.Officers From the 101 Precinct Enjoy the Occasion.
Community Affairs Officer Olmeda Looks on as Lindahl is Honored.Community Affairs Officer Olmeda Looks on as Lindahl is Honored.

Lindahl's Co-Workers Dining at the Luncheon.Lindahl's Co-Workers Dining at the Luncheon.
Mark McMillan Representing Queens Borough President Helen Marshall.Mark McMillan Representing Queens Borough President Helen Marshall.

Above, Two of the Awards Presented to Deputy Inspector Lindahl.Above, Two of the Awards Presented to Deputy Inspector Lindahl.

Guests Dig In at the Luncheon Buffet.Guests Dig In at the Luncheon Buffet.
A Representative from Michael Bloomberg's Office Shares a Communication from the New York City Mayor.A Representative from Michael Bloomberg's Office Shares a Communication from the New York City Mayor.

Queens District Attorney Richard Brown Addresses the Gathering.Queens District Attorney Richard Brown Addresses the Gathering.
Assistant Chief Thomas Lawless Congratulates Lindahl.Assistant Chief Thomas Lawless Congratulates Lindahl.

101 Precinct Community Council President Glenda Nesmith Congratulates Lindahl and the 101 on "a staggering 26.4 percent reduction in crime."101 Precinct Community Council President Glenda Nesmith Congratulates Lindahl and the 101 on "a staggering 26.4 percent reduction in crime."

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