Family, Friends & Fellow Officers Remember...

Police Officer Domenick J. Infantes, Jr.

Jersey City Police Department, New Jersey

End of Watch Friday, July 6, 2001

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Reflections for Police Officer Domenick J. Infantes, Jr.

It’s been 21 years and you are not forgotten. I had the pleasure of working with you as a rookie and you helped mold me the officer I became. Your passion, dedication and sense of humor was unparalleled.

I’ll always remember this gem: “Most cops learn to shut their mouths within three years. You, my friend, are on the five year plan.”

D/C James Crecco
Jersey City Police Department

July 4, 2022


Cpl.Luis Soto
Hudson County dept. Of Corrections

July 6, 2021

Rest in peace Officer Infantes.

Rabbi Lewis S. Davis

July 6, 2020

Thank you for your service and please know that your sacrifice is one that will never, ever be forgotten. Rest in peace always.

Detective Cpl/3 Steven Rizzo
Delaware State Police (Retired)

July 6, 2020

My brother was also a Jersey City Police Officer, he was killed while off duty in his home. That was on July 5,1998,almost 3 years to the day of Officer Infantes.
At the time of officer Infantes death, I was a sergeant with the Jersey City Parking Authority and assisted with the funeral procession for officer Infantes.
When officer Infantes was in the hospital fighting for his life,I remember seeing all the officers waiting around and praying for his recovery. I also remember how outraged the community was when one of the suspects was found guilty of the lesser charges.

You are not forgotten.

Sean M Talty,Supervisor
Jersey City Parking Enforcement

July 3, 2020

I grew up just a couple of houses down from where this heinous crime was committed. I have always had a deep admiration and respect for the Jersey City Police Dept. Rest In Peace Officer Infantes

Trooper Abraham Tavares
Pennsylvania State Police

August 23, 2019

Dom, was a recruit who I had the pleasure of teaching in the Jersey City Police Academy. We became friends soon after he graduated and I do mean friends. His actions the day that he died were downright courageous. He will always have a special place in my heart and my memory. Rest easy my friend.

Lt. JIm Sharrock
Jersey City Police Dept.

July 9, 2018

Rest in peace hero.

Lt. Jim Russo

July 6, 2017

I attended your services. The act of trying to help while not even working struck me deeply. May god hold you and your family close and give them comfort. God bless you.

Fellow Peace Keeper

July 6, 2016


You left us early but you are not forgotten.


July 6, 2016

Thank you for trying to protect those children. You were definitely blindsided. Officer Infantes. May God be with you and at this time of loss, may God be with your family.

Rest in Peace.

Gail Bogart

July 5, 2016

Time may have passed but you are not forgotten. I believe as long as someone remembers you or speaks your name, you are still with us.
Thank you for your heroism.
GOD Bless

Detention Officer A.Zambito

July 15, 2015

Seven days ago was the anniversary of your passing. Nine days ago our nation celebrated our 238th birthday and those who know and love you best mourned the 13 anniversary of your vicious murder at the hands to two filthy animals that the courts apparently either took pity on, or committed a crime in addition to your murder. Either way, whomever was responsible for allowing your killers free, I hope they are living a full life of guilt over it. Damn them.

Officer Infantes, you were doing what was right, you were trying to stop an act of violence upon another person who was trying to stop an wrongful act. How sad and infuriating that you should have been so brutally taken from your family, friends and the City of Jersey City. Your family is in my prayers.

To your brother, I pray he is safe and realizes that you are always close by.

God Bless and may you Rest forever in Peace, Brother.

Jim Leahy, Jr.
Harvard University Police Dept.

July 13, 2014

He will be in our hearts forever. To Protect and serve, and so he gave his Life.

Retired Sgt Bennett
JCPD and neighbor

July 8, 2014

Rest in peace Brother!

PO TOM Webster
Jersey City Police Dept. South Dist.(ret)

July 5, 2014

I remember working with you at the jail. Always smiling and cracking jokes. I was Happy to find this link, say a prayer and just let you know I didn't forget you buddy. Continue to rest in peace brother....

Sergeant George Ahrens
Hudson Co. Dept Of Corrections

July 4, 2014

You will be in our thoughts and prayers forever.

Retired Sgt Bennett
Jersey City Police Department

May 14, 2014

missing you every day dear cousin

joanne pleger

July 4, 2013

Hey Dom
Been thinking a lot about you lately....Trish Cassidy was in the bar the other night...talking about Monday nights at Arties...always thinking about you my friend..have a little request for you...take care of Jane as you know today will be a hard day for all of to my gentle Teddy Bear...what I wouldn't give to see that smile again....always in my heart..xoxo


Debbie Grom

August 1, 2012

I did not know Dominick, as well as others since I retired before he became a Police Officer. I knew some of his family and want to let them know that no Police Officer killed in the line of duty, is EVER forgotten. Rest in Peace my Brother.

Det. Timothy E. Dowd (Retired)
Jersey City POlice Department

July 6, 2012

Thinking of you and all of your loved ones. You have not been forgotten as true heroes never die. Continue to keep watch over your family for I know that the pain will never leave their broken hearts for as long as they walk this earth. You will never be forgotten.

"When someone you love becomes a memory, the memory becomes a treasure." Author Unknown

Bob Gordon, Ret. Deputy Chief
Father of Fallen Chicago Officer: Michael P. Gordon, EOW: 8/8/04

July 6, 2012

Hey brother

Its been a long time since I have posted on here. I know you know that I did not forget, I think of you every day of my life. The boys are getting so big now. Little Domenick has your personality, its pretty amazing. Jude looks just liek I did when I was little, I think its great that they get to share birthdays like we did.
I still share mine with you, I just do it more privately. You know, while time flies by and I get older and my kids grow up, There is just that part of me that wants to be the little kid waiting for his big brother. I am so upset that I can never get that back. I would do anything for one more moment in your presence.

I wish I had your help and guidance in so many ways. Besides Suzanne and I and the kids, everything else pretty much fell apart. I know it is all out of my control, but it still hurts the same. I am lucky to have what I have at home because it makes me happy. I just wish you could see it.

I miss you brother.


June 29, 2012

Hey Pal
Can't believe it's been 10 years....I'm working at the lisbon came to mind because I had a bunch of JCPD (mostly retired) at my bar...I think about you often...picture that great big smile all the time...toodles for now....oh by the way...was in the background when they named the street after favor let Jane Luft know how much she is missed..I know you, Robert & Shaun are taking care of her..Bye big guy..xoxo


July 15, 2011

I remember this day as if it were yesterday.The pain on the families faces, the funeral..The feeling about how it happened the wishing that the suspects died...all flourish back. This loss as with any loss of an officer is tragic. I wish his family well. I wish his friends, family and those that witnessed his pain-Peace

Claude --Patrolman
Somerville PD...JC-hometown

July 4, 2011

It's been ten years, but today it seems like yesterday. I have feelings of anger and disbelief, but the strongest one being saddness. I only got to really know you when Kev and I started dating, but I knew immediately what a wonderful person you were and why everyone loved to be around you. I remember vividly the barbecue we had at our apartment in Lodi. You were in the yard telling stories, like only you could tell them, with about 20 people sitting around you laughing hysterically! What an entertainer! You were one in a million and had a heart of gold. I feel very lucky to have known you! We miss you terribly!

Lucy Bates

Lucy Bates

July 4, 2011

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