Family, Friends & Fellow Officers Remember...

Detective Sean Gerald Carrington

New York City Police Department, New York

End of Watch Monday, January 19, 1998

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Reflections for Detective Sean Gerald Carrington

Remember that day like it was yesterday. Miss your contagious smile. Continue to RIP.

CJ

January 21, 2019

SIP Brother

CO C.Rodriguez #4606 Retired
NYDOC

January 20, 2019

RIP

Detective Steve La
NYPD

January 19, 2019

RIP BROTHER

PO ORSINI
NYPD

January 19, 2019

Rest In Peace Sean...

SGT Will McNeill (Retired)
NYPD

January 19, 2019

God Bless him and the Family. May he RIP

Det. Garcia,Roland
NYCPD

January 19, 2019

Rest In Peace my Corrections Academy partner and partner at NIC. I clearly remember your outgoing presonality, your assistance as a fellow correction officer and your infectious humor. I’m retired now and would only assume you would be retired as well if you were here. You will always be missed.

C.O. Gonzalez R.11577 (RET)

Roger Gonzalez
DOC

January 19, 2019

RiP Brother

PO Douglas Krut #2139. Retired
NYS MTA POLICE

January 19, 2019

Continue to rest in peace my hero. May God bless your loving family always.

Lieutenant Raymond Flores
NYPD

January 19, 2019

Rest in peace hero.

Lt. Jim Russo

January 19, 2018

Rest well my brother on this your 20th anniversary in Heaven. Thank you for your sacrifice to N.Y.C. Your heroism and memory will live on. May God continue to bless and watch over your love ones always.

Lieutenant Ray Flores
NYPD (retired)

January 19, 2018

Although time doesn't stand still, it seems like just yesterday when you walked through the gates of Heaven. You will never be forgotten, but always honored as our hero. God bless you brother.

(Retired)PO Cathy Williams
NYPD

July 17, 2017

Sean , Rest in peace. You were a real hero who will always be remembered. It was my honor to have worked with you.

Ret. Inspector Stephen Nasta
NYPD

March 6, 2017

Detective Carrington, when a complete stranger leaves a reflection, it's out of respect for a fallen Officer. If that stranger is in law enforcement it's out of respect for a fallen Brother or Sister and the knowledge that, any one of us could be next and we want to acknowledge your sacrifice.

When a family member or friend, co-worker leaves a reflection, it's all of the above and so much more. I've read through a number of reflections left by those who knew and loved you best and it's so obvious what a special man you were. The love shown here proves that what you gave and would have continued to give was nothing short of yourself as a whole.

I now have a special admiration and mourn your murder all the more.

God Bless and may you continue to Rest in Peace, Brother.

Ptl. Jim Leahy, Jr.
Harvard University Police Dept.

January 19, 2017

Rest easy my hero. You have done your time helping your fellow man. May the Almighty continue to hold you in his hands, while blessing your family and the N.Y.P.D.

N.Y.P.D. Lt. Ray Flores (Ret.)

January 19, 2017

You are loved and missed by so many. Working with you at NIC at Rikers Island was so long ago but I remember that amazing smile you had and baby face, always dancing. Your Mom raised a true gentleman.Rest In Peace
C.O.J. Estrada -Retired

Janine Estrada
NYC Depth of Corrections

January 15, 2017

I stumbled upon your story and I continued to follow it till it brought me here. I myself have three little ones and I must say reading your daughters excerpt above is powerful. 12 years on the job and no day gets easy when you follow up on brothers that came before me who passed. Gods watching your daughter along side you and I pray to keep her safe. Your a blessing before during and after me

P.O Long
Brother in blue

January 13, 2017

Your Memory Lives on, my younger brother
Keep On watching over us. RIP.

Nigel Bailey, Investigator
BFI

January 11, 2017

You are missed

D/Lt Patrick Fennell
NYPD

April 16, 2016

I stopped a truck driver today who went to the academy with Det. Carrington. After the inspection he told me to look up his friend. Nice to see he has been remembered and his memory made it all the way out to Benson, AZ.

Trooper McCall
AZDPS

March 20, 2016

It was my honor to research newspapers, magazines, online & books to find your ID CARD Photo. I found this photo in a 1999 NYPD MEDAL DAY BOOKLET about your heroic sacrifice. I felt it was necessary to have a photo on this website so that your family & friends can remember you. Rest Easy Hero! Always Remembered!

APO Christian Durante
NYPD: 68th Precinct Auxiliary Police Unit

February 5, 2016

I ATTENDED JOHN JAY COLLEGE OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE WITH SEAN, I REMEMBERED HOW I SAW YOU IN PASSING ON RIKERS ISLAND AND WE EMBRACED EACH OTHER, I REMEMBERED THIS DAY I HAD ABOUT 8YRS ON THE JOB, HEARING THIS NEWS, RIP BUDDY MY CONDOLENCE TO YOU FAMILY AND FRIENDS. YOU WERE APPRECIATED BY NYCD, AND NYPD.

BRENDA
COLLEGE FRIEND, EX CO-WKWER

January 23, 2016

R.I.P MY BROTHER

Det marcos martinez (ret)
PEEKSKILL POLICE DEPT

January 22, 2016

I hope your daughter reads this and knows that her daddy is not forgotten. RIP, Det. Carrington

Senior Parole Officer Frederick Germain
NYSDOCCS

January 22, 2016

Rest in peace brother, you have not been forgotten. Thank you for your service. God bless the family, friends, and former co-workers of Detective Carrington as they continue to struggle with his tragic and senseless loss.

Sr. Ptlmn Donnie Meaders(RET)
Wewoka (OK) Police Department

January 21, 2016

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