Pearl River High School Graduate Fiona McIntyre Awarded Police Scholarship

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Fiona McIntyre will be attending Loyola University where she will study to pursue a career in Law Enforcement Forensics.

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ORANGEBURG, NY — November 23, 2019 —  Ms. Fiona McIntyre of Orangeburg, NY has been awarded the Edward J. Kiernan Memorial Scholarship by the International Union of Police Associations. McIntyre is the daughter of Mr. David McIntyre, a member of the Yonkers Police Benevolent Association, an affiliate of the International Union of Police Associations.

Every year, the I.U.P.A. selects promising students who demonstrate academic excellence coupled with the desire to pursue studies and careers within the law enforcement field in order to assist them with the costs of attending an academic institution. 

The Edward J. Kiernan Memorial Scholarship was established in 1999 by Sam A. Cabral, I.U.P.A.’s International President, to honor Edward J. Kiernan, a New York City Police Officer and former I.U.P.A. President, in recognition of Eddie’s long commitment to the improvement of law enforcement officers’ and their families’ lives. When asked about the reason he created the scholarship, Cabral said, “The future of America rests in the hands of young people who choose to serve the public interest, public safety being one of the most perilous and honorable among those. We have an obligation to future generations to support these young people who select such noble paths.”

In order to qualify for a Kiernan scholarship, an applicant’s parent or guardian must be a member of an affiliate of the I.U.P.A. The applicant must also be accepted at an accredited university or college in a course of study in law enforcement, labor relations, or a related field.   He or she must submit a transcript as well as their SAT scores and a letter of recommendation by an official from the applicant’s school.

Originally chartered in 1979, the International Union of Police Associations is the only chartered labor union that exclusively represents law enforcement personnel. The I.U.P.A. represents active-duty, rank and file law enforcement professionals and emergency medical personnel nationwide – including the U.S. Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico. The I.U.P.A.’s mission is to protect and advance officers’ wages, benefits, and work conditions. Membership includes officers from agencies throughout the United States, U.S. Virgin Islands, and Puerto Rico. More information is available at www.iupa.org.

SOURCE: Alina Johns | International Union of Police Associations

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