Family, Friends & Fellow Officers Remember...

Police Officer Irma 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 Lozada

Rest in peace

Nick mottola

September 21, 2020

Rest in peace again, my sister. You are not forgotten. Thank you for your service and sacrifice. Until we all meet.

Lieutenant Raymond Flores
NYPD (retired)

September 21, 2020

Rest in peace and always know that your service and sacrifice will never be forgotten by your law enforcement brethren.

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

September 21, 2020

Happy Birthday in Heaven will never be forgotten. May you continue to Rest in Peace.

Detective Kathryn Fitzpatrick

April 26, 2020

Fran was a great person and a great cop who loved the job. We all miss you as does the world . God bless.

Lt. Edward King
N.Y Transit Police,N.Y.P.D.and the Disrict ONE POLICE DEPARTMENT

February 29, 2020

Like Most of us we were just kids when this happened. I too was an NYPD Auxiliary and also got to work in Transit D-20. I remember the old timers Working still talk of you and your sacrifice that day. Rest In Peace Hermana y Que Dios Te Bendiga a Ti y a Tu Familia.

Federal Police Officer Onassis Batista
United States Park Police-San Francisco Field Office

September 22, 2019

You were the reason I came on the job. I can't believe that was 35 years ago. We never forget! Rest easy, sister.

Detective Jean Ann Weller

September 21, 2019

My condolences to her family! RIP sister in Blue!!!

Ret. Detective Speights Gang/ Narcotics
Cleveland Police Dept.

September 21, 2019

Rest in eternal peace my beautiful sister- have not been forgotten.

Lieutenant Raymond Flores
NYPD (retired)

September 21, 2019

Rest in eternal peace my beautiful sister- in- blue. Our hearts were broken that day by the evil that still exists today. May that killer never see freedom again, and have
pain and suffering in hell.

Lieutenant Ray Flores(retired)

September 21, 2019

We gathered today, at her gravesite, to remember her on the 35th anniversary of her end of watch. The wreath laying, organized by Transit District 33, her command, was very moving. It brought back sad memories but also great pride and comfort in knowing that decades later she is not forgotten. When you join the NYPD Family, it's forever.

Wilhelm Figueroa, Director (Ret.)
NYPD Director Photographic Services (Ret.) First Cousin

September 21, 2019

Rest In Peace PO Irma Lozada “ Fran “. Today is the anniversary of your death , so many years ago . However your death was never lost on me . Having worked in that crime ridden ghetto and in anti crime for over 10 years at TD 33 my thoughts were always with you at Wilson Ave. No one really knows what happened that day but you . God bless you and your loved ones !!!

Retired Po Jesberger- McIntosh

September 21, 2019

Rest In Peace Sister in Blue. Thank you Hero and your family for your sacrifice and service. Never forgotten.

Officer Mike Robinson (Ret.)
Upland Police Dept. CA

September 21, 2019

Officer Irma Lozada
I remember Fran from the 155th st Police Academy. She was always smiling.
I spent a week of restricted duty with her at Jay St. I remember thinking after she went back to full duty how much I was going to miss hanging out with her.
She was one of the nicest people I met on that job.
I left NYCTPD and was on the job in NJ when I heard the news on TV.
Fran your heroism and your ultimate sacrifice will never be forgotten. R.I.P

Ret . Det. Frank Caminiti
Essex County Sheriff Newark NJ

September 10, 2019

I remember this incident I was assigned to dist 1 Columbus circle when this happened. It was sad. I was in company 84-80.. graduated in Dec. She was pretty. The story printed here was totally different of what the incident occured.

TP0 Cabrera 1454

July 29, 2019

Officer Irma Lozada. Rest in Peace. I attended your funeral with other members of the City Of Stamford Connecticut Police Department. I had three years on the job then.
I just recently retired after almost 37 years.
I think of you every so often. God bless you and your family.

John Farrell City Of Stamford Ct. P.D. Retired.

May 7, 2019

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

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