Family, Friends & Fellow Officers Remember...

Police Officer Irma Fran Lozada

New York City Transit Police Department, New York

End of Watch Friday, September 21, 1984

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Reflections for Police Officer Irma Fran Lozada

This has now been confirmed: She was an auxiliary in the 24 from 1979-1982.  Her brother was APO in the 24 as well from 1979-1990.
How can we get this service credited in her official bio for this memorial page? Can anyone help or offer advice?

A/Sgt. Joan Martinez
NYPD Auxiliary 24 Pct.

April 30, 2019

I was a rookie when you left us. We will always honor your memory starting with asking that your murderer remain in prison for the rest of his days.

Lieutenant Jack La Torre

April 28, 2019

I am hearing rumors that she was an Auxiliary at the 24 and her brother and APO in the 23. Can anyone please verify?
Such shame.
May St. Micheal be kind to her.

A/Sgt. Joan Martinez
NYPD Auxiliary

April 27, 2019

No Parole

Warden (retired)

April 25, 2019

No Parole at all.

Detective Michael Lewy ( Ret )

April 25, 2019

no parole ever

BILL Wilkens

April 24, 2019

No Parole

Retired Detective John Kelly

April 24, 2019

There should be no parole for a person that commits murder! Someone who takes a life, then they should sacrifice the remainder of their life locked away from the public. These murders still have a life, but they took away their victim's life and future. They took away someone's mother, father, sister, brother and/or child. They took away someones loved one and those lives will never be the same! Those families are changed forever! No parole for killers, especially cop killers.

Detective John Sweeney (Ret.)

April 24, 2019

No Parole

Retired Lieutenant John Kid

April 24, 2019

You will never be forgotten.

Ret. Sgt. Vincent DeVita

April 23, 2019

I remember when it happened. Though I never met Officer Lozada her death shook me really hard. I’d lost other officers, some of them friends. She was the first female officer killed LOD. One of our princesses was gone.

Police Officer Glenn Davis NYPD (retired
NYPD (retired)

April 23, 2019

This convict should not be allowed to go free.

Lee Piner
Private Citizen

April 23, 2019

RIP my sister

PO Glen Viruet

April 23, 2019

May Officer Irma Lozada Rest In Peace and may her family and friends find strength in knowing she died a hero protecting us all. Thank you to all law enforcement everywhere for all you do, everyday.

Ptl. Richard Gray
NYCPD Hwy Ptl. 3

April 23, 2019

Rest In Peace Sister

Drum Major Ken Corrigan

April 23, 2019

To the family, friends and colleagues of HERO Officer Irma Lozada: Proudly mailed my NO PAROLE letter today. I am very sorry for your loss!
To HERO Officer Lozada: Thank You for your service and sacrifice. You are not forgotten!
God Bless You All

Allie Wroten
Proudly Supporting All L.E.O.’s
Wife of a Corrections Deputy

April 22, 2019

I went to the Academy with Irma . She was a great Person and Police Officer. Her killer should never see the outside of prison. Rest In Peace Irma!

Retiered Lieutenant
NYCTPD/NYPD Oct. 1981- Oct. 2001

April 22, 2019

This POS should never be released! I was in the Academy with Irma. She was a beautiful person and a great cop.
This pile of garbage is lucky to rot in prison! He should have been executed years ago!

Ret. Lt.

April 22, 2019

Though it has been years, I still thank you for your service. I pray you are in HIS hands now. I am so sorry for your early, tragic loss of life. Thank you and God Bless you. I will sign the Parole Board letter to keep this prisoner in jail - he deserves NO parole.

Kim Durham
Davis Police Department - Daughter

April 22, 2019

RIP sister, you were gone way too soon and robbed of a long life by a despicable criminal

Lt. Kevin Fox
NYPD ret.

April 22, 2019

I was a young cop, still not quite two years on the job when she was murdered. It was a a tragic end to her life that, once again brought the reality of our chosen career to the fore. Rest in Peace.

Detective Robert Mooney

April 20, 2019

I was a rookie and horrified


April 20, 2019

I am not a Police Officer, but my opinion is that this animal should never see the light of day. He should have received capital punishment
Maybe then people will think twice before killing a Police Officer


April 20, 2019

I was one of her supervisors in District 33.

Sgt David Kolman
NYC Transit Police (Retired)

April 20, 2019

God bless sister in blue my angel

Po Ricottone

April 19, 2019

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