Keith R. LevineNew York City Police Department, New York
End of Watch: Saturday, December 28, 1991
Reflections for Sergeant Keith R. Levine
Rest easy my brother...for that evil person who ended what would have been a full life, has been denied parole...again. You were not forgotten for
your brothers and sisters were there in full support, to ensure that justice
prevails. You are a hero, and heros memories last forever.
Ray Flores, Lt., (ret.)
January 14, 2017
I am happy to report that parole for Michael Alston (the man who killed Officer Levine) for a period of 2 years. My thoughts and prayers be with Officer Levine's family. I hope they can find a way to heal from this terrible tragedy.
John Haseltine - Civilian
January 13, 2017
Rest in perpetual Peace my brother.
N.Y.P.D. Lt. Ray Flores (Ret.)
December 28, 2016
My letter went to the parole board yesterday. Thank you so much for serving our nation. RIP and my condolences to your family.
John Haseltine - Civilian
December 15, 2016
Proud to send my No Parole letter today. Rest in peace brother, you have not been forgotten. God bless the family, friends, and former co-workers of Sgt Levine during this painful time.
Sr. Ptmn. Donald Meaders (RET)
Wewoka (OK) P.D.
December 14, 2016
I am the coordinator of ODMP's no parole for cop killers program I had an email conversation with Officer Levine's Father. Even through email, I could tell how strongly this Man feels about the upcoming parole hearing, That was overshadowed by the love and pride he feels for His son. I hope the killer will be denied My thoughts and prayers are with his family
Angela McMinn Daughter of Chief of police Andrew Williams killed in 1976
November 29, 2016
I met Keith Levine while we were both enrolling in an acting class,the same one, at H.B.studio.Keith noticed that we not only shared the same initials, but shared the same last name.(no relation).Keith was truly a down to earth,nice guy.That is what I thought of him.He turns out to be a brave hero as well.Glad I could say something about this exceptional cop and human being.
December 20, 2015
I said a little prayer today for Sergeant Levine and his family. He may be gone but never forgotten. He will always be a New York HERO.
December 13, 2015
His was the first police funeral I ever attended as a rookie NYPD officer. I remember it like it was yesterday, that grey, cold morning on 5th Ave. It showed me the importance of attending them, to show support for a hero and his family. Sadly I would attend far too many police funerals after this one.
P.O. Jon Goldin
NYPD/ Takoma Park, MD
March 12, 2015
A true "Hero" taken.
You helped make this world a safer place to live.
May God grant you eternal peace.
Prayers to your loved ones and to our department.
Det. Billy Russo (Ret.)
Nassau County PD, NY
December 27, 2014
As a rookie officer in 1987, I was assigned to Midtown North, the 18th. One who stood out on my first squad assignment was Officer Keith Levine. We rode together often and instead of him treating me differently because of my inexperience; he took the opportunity to mentor and teach me the ropes.
Officer Levine, as I knew him, always had an infectious smile even during some difficult assignments. His leadership ability stood it.
Keith made Sergeant and moved on to another assignment as I moved to another as well. In spite of that, I never forgot him and his kindness.
Sadly the day after his death, I received a phone call from a fellow officer from the North. It was then that I learned of his demise. It was a pivotal point in my career as an officer with NYPD. My heart and spirit were extremely heavy.
Even today, as we approach National Police Week, I reflect on Keith and his sacrifice.
Keith, you may be gone but you are certainly not forgotten. I will forever carry you in my heart. Each day I try earnestly to be of service to the citizens of my community as you taught me to do many years ago.
Rest in peace, my brother until we see one another again.
Former Officer Michele Lindo
Midtown North Precinct
May 6, 2014
I did business with Keith when he was in the Communications Section of NYPD. We spoke almost every day. He was a very happy person with a bright outlook on life and kind heart. Keith was always helping people and it didn't surprise me that he was doing just that the night he died. It is more than twenty years since Keith was killed but he will never be forgotten. He was a true hero and I miss him.
May 4, 2014
I had read the book triangle of dealth and its good. That book is connceted to the dealth of keith. I dont know him. I just saw his name on the page in the book. I am sorry about his dealth.
October 10, 2013
There are no words :(... Rest in peace my brother....
Blue Knights LE MC FL-X
Detective Steven Confino (Retired)
New York City Police Department
December 27, 2012
I worked with Keith at Midtown North. He was always upbeat and a great guy to be around. I was also fortunate to see him and is band( I believe they were called "Expressway") perform quite often in Rockland County. He was the lead singer and he was great! They were very popular. It is a real tragedy what happened to him. He had the ability to make you smile with his great personality. He will always be missed by those who knew him.
P.O. Don Lennon
December 27, 2012
I worked with him at 911 communications. You could never forget his smile an he was always happy and willing to help. He was loved by all who knew him. God bless him and the family he left behind
Jeanne E Williams
FDNY -retired dispatcher-NYCPD SOD dispatcher
December 29, 2011
Keith and I were Sergeant's together in the Communications Section when he was killed...I think of him often and the world is a poorer place without him.
Sergeant Jim Butler (Ret)
December 29, 2011
Always thinking about you. I'll never forget the fun times we had together. Peace brother....you are missed every day!
December 28, 2011
20 years-not forgotten.
December 28, 2011
I have never forgotten you from our days in BA. God Bless
FF Patrick Shultz
Henrico FD VA
March 27, 2011
Thank you for your service Keith! It has been 19 years for your family and friends to miss your smile, that seems like a long time but I know they think of you everyday! I wrote a letter to the parole board to stop the release of your killer and I have encouraged other to also, I hope and pray he will remain in prison! God Bless your family and friends and Department!!!
Mother of Jeremy "Jay" Carruth EOW 2/20/03
January 5, 2011
YOU ARE REMEMBERED THIS DATE. WE WILL NOT FORGET.
RETIRED DETECTIVE FRANK DEMARCO
NEW YORK CITY POLICE DEPARTMENT
December 28, 2010
Tomorrow marks 19 Years.
I share Your Story on several of my Facebook Sites.
You shall NOT be Forgotten.
(Yes - I am still Angry......)
Michael B. Parlor
December 27, 2010
To The Family of Sgt. Levine:
I wanted to offer my sympathies on your senseless murder. You were a true hero who was taken away too soon from your family, friends and colleagues. Rest in Peace Sgt. Levine Olav Hashalom. My dad was one NYCPD's finest for almost forty years.
Rabbi Lewis S. Davis
September 19, 2010
Sgt. Keith Levine,
Thank you for your years of dedicated service. Your dedication to the job in making the city a safer place for the citizens to live is evident in your selfless act of heroism. Your example proves that a police officer is on duty 24/7. My deepest condolences are extended to your family. Rest easy sir, you will not be forgotten.
New Jersey State Police
January 27, 2010
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