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    NYCD, Inc. started on November 9th. 2005 as the Suffolk Constabulary in Suffolk County, NY. The Soffolk Constabulary only had 2 Commader N Chief Constables(CNC)at the time. We only did neighborhood patrol, and security at the time. Two months later we changed the name to the Suffolk County Constable Department. As we started to branch out we patroled NYC as well as Suffolk County, so we again changed the name of the company to New York Constable Department(NYCD)and patroled the New York Metropolitan Area. Later that year NYCD expanded across the United States and the CNCs decided on a name change and to create city based departments called Surveillance departments. There are surveillance departments in many big cities in the USA.

    Some surveillance departments in the USA are

    NYSD, New York Surveillance Department

    Jersey City Surveillance

    Newark Surveillance

    Yonkers Surveillance

    LASD, Los Angeles Surveillance Department

    CAS, Capital Area Surveillance(Washington D.C.)

    Stamford Surveillance

    SDS,San Diego Surveillance ,

    Philidelphia Surveillance Department

    KCS, Kansas City Surveillance

    Overseas Surveillance Departments....

    London Metropolitan Surveillance(UK)

    SSS, Sydney Surveillance Services(Austrailia)

    SDS, Santo Domingo Surveillance(Dominican Republic''my country of origin'')

    TSS, Toronto Surveillance Services(Canada)

    Tijuana Surveillance( Mexico)

    and pending services in Puerto Rico are yet to be determined. NYCD, Inc. oversees all the surveillance departments. there are currently only four high commander n chiefs of NYCD, Inc. and each CNC of each surveillance department is considered an assistant commander n chief constable of NYCD, Inc. We may have SDs an a lot of places but we still struggle financialy and use mostly unmarked units.

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    Originally posted by N-TWEEZY View Post
    NYCD, Inc. started on November 9th. 2005 as the Suffolk Constabulary in Suffolk County, NY. The Soffolk Constabulary only had 2 Commader N Chief Constables(CNC)at the time. We only did neighborhood patrol, and security at the time. Two months later we changed the name to the Suffolk County Constable Department. As we started to branch out we patroled NYC as well as Suffolk County, so we again changed the name of the company to New York Constable Department(NYCD)and patroled the New York Metropolitan Area. Later that year NYCD expanded across the United States and the CNCs decided on a name change and to create city based departments called Surveillance departments. There are surveillance departments in many big cities in the USA.

    Some surveillance departments in the USA are

    NYSD, New York Surveillance Department

    Jersey City Surveillance

    Newark Surveillance

    Yonkers Surveillance

    LASD, Los Angeles Surveillance Department

    CAS, Capital Area Surveillance(Washington D.C.)

    Stamford Surveillance

    SDS,San Diego Surveillance ,

    Philidelphia Surveillance Department

    KCS, Kansas City Surveillance

    Overseas Surveillance Departments....

    London Metropolitan Surveillance(UK)

    SSS, Sydney Surveillance Services(Austrailia)

    SDS, Santo Domingo Surveillance(Dominican Republic''my country of origin'')

    TSS, Toronto Surveillance Services(Canada)

    Tijuana Surveillance( Mexico)

    and pending services in Puerto Rico are yet to be determined. NYCD, Inc. oversees all the surveillance departments. there are currently only four high commander n chiefs of NYCD, Inc. and each CNC of each surveillance department is considered an assistant commander n chief constable of NYCD, Inc. We may have SDs an a lot of places but we still struggle financialy and use mostly unmarked units.
    My borough of Montreal (Verdun) has a "Surveillance de Territoire". They enforce city & borough by-laws & act as eyes & ears for the police.
    I enforce rules and regulations, not laws.
    Security Officers. The 1st First Responders.

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    • #3
      Call me confused

      Is your organization a private company, or some sort of government group.
      It seems like a private group would establish a foothold location, have it flourish, and then move on to other area's.

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      • #4
        Yes, its a private organization. Its headquarters is in New York, but is spead out all over the US as well as some places in some other countries.

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        • #5
          Ooh, but they have a MySpace too!

          http://profile.myspace.com/index.cfm...endid=69807858

          Originally posted by NYCD MySpace page
          If you just wanna talk just Call the NYCD HOTLINE! My full name is Stylez Rafael-Centrino Valentino. I go by Rafael, but I'm known as Stylez-V, Stylez, Constable Valentino, N Tweezy ****ass, ****ass, Westchesta, and Beeline RTS. As well as Number 2wo! I'm a New York State (private) Constable. The NYCD is all about giving people what they want but don't get it twisted I'm not a cop so don't even call me dat. There are four Commander in Chief Constables, they are as follows: 1st. In charge, Constable Stylez R. Valentino(me). 2nd. In charge, Constable Chris Collins. 3rd. in charge, Constable Vinnie M. Campbell. 4th. In charge, Constable Damien Thompson. 5th. In charge, Constable Ryan Zurlo(Philidelphia Surveillance Department) If you have any questions call the NYCD at (914) 406-1847 The hotline is available 7 days a week Fri-Tues 11:00am-2:00pm wed-Thurs 11:00am-12:00am. Special task forces of the NYCD. Special Handling In Theft, (merged with T.W.A.T) Tactical Weapons Advanced Theft, Standard Constable Unit, Elite Sexuality Unit, Stolen Electronics Response Unit(new), Metropolitan Theft Authority(new).


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          • #6
            Reading that this guy is a real tool. I could not help but take this entire department as a joke. Plus I have never heard of a New york state contsable.OOOO also all the acronyms in that there that can be mistaken for a police depatment or city agency. i am surprised they havent been shut down yet.
            Robert
            Here endith the lesson

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            • #7
              My BS meter just peaked. Constables in New York State are law enforcement officers, and NYS Peace Officers. If these guys call themselves "Constables" in NYS, especially NYC, then they've got more problems than looking like a fool on the internet.

              Impersonating a Peace Officer, for starters.

              ...

              Ok, I got bored. I admit it. So, I went to the myspace. He's got the company name NYCD, Incorporated, right? Not in New York State. NYCD, Inc is a Media Distribution and Mastering firm. NYCD.com, folks.

              Obviously, this CD manufacturing company doesn't have guard permits, or PI permits. Even if our boy N-TWEEZY incorporated outside of NYS, he isn't licensed to provide services in the State of New York. Let alone NYC itself.

              Plz do check out the pictures. They're kinda funny.

              Normally, I would close this thread with a lock, simply because this fiction is way too silly to continue, but we all know I can't do that.
              Some Kind of Commando Leader

              "Every time I see another crazy Florida post, I'm glad I don't work there." ~ Minneapolis Security on Florida Security Law

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              • #8
                Oh my God. Red Alert! Ninja sighting. All commandos to rally point Alpha NOW!!!!!

                (lol)

                Either all this is a stupid joke, or Mr. "Commander-N-Chief Constable" is for real at which point this becomes a serious matter for New York Law Enforcement.
                ~Black Caesar~
                Corbier's Commandos

                " "The trouble with Socialism is that eventually you run out of other people's money." ~Margaret Thatcher

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                • #9
                  N-Tweezy,

                  I apologize for interrupting play time, but I feel it's time for you to stop huffing paint fumes and go back to impressing your myspace friends with airsoft guns and matchbox cars.



                  Nice weapon, what brand of airsoft gun is that?



                  I wish my "headquarters" consisted of various toy cars and helicopters. When I grow up, I wanna be just like you...

                  Seriously though, go back to impressing your myspace friends. If it gets you a "piece of the cookie" at night, then more power to ya. Also, next time I see you... can I get fries with my value meal? Thanks!
                  "To win one hundred victories in one hundred battles is not the highest skill. To subdue the enemy without fighting is the highest skill." Sun-Tzu

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                  • #10
                    Can i be a commando too ?????
                    Robert
                    Here endith the lesson

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                    • #11
                      Wow.....Really ? Really ? Seriously....Really?
                      The only thing necessary for evil to triumph is for good men to do nothing. Edmund Burke.

                      Quis custodiet ipsos custodes ?

                      www.patrol4u.com


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                      • #12
                        First of all that's not an airsoft gun, second of all, the myspace I created is just something I put together for kicks and giggles, third I'd NEVER IMPERSONATE A POLICE/SECURITY OFFICER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! for those of you who never heard of the company, I'm sorry for you. oh, and when I started the company I NEVER heard of a compact disk company of the same name until now!!!!!!! How dare you slander me and my company! I mean no harm to no one here. All I ask is for a little support and help from other officials here so I could better my business. And the ''toy'' setup is what I do on my spare time. I like to model my cars and such. Again, I'm not playing childrens games here, if you feel offended, I opalogise. the tactics wepons, MTA, and Special Handling was an idea thought up by my brother, who set up that myspace for me. There is no such thing as a Tactics Weapon Team, MTA, or Special Theft Handling. Its not easy running a business, and I'm not about to let some fool, try to shut it down, but I tell you what, since I looked up that music cd company up after I red the reply, I'm ordering a meeting with the other leaders for a name change ASAP! I need to think of a new name for it.

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                        • #13
                          OMB Post Reduction Act Notice - Time to Read: 20 minutes

                          Mr. Valentino,

                          I'm going to give you the benefit of the doubt, something that I rarely do. Mainly because it amuses me to do so. Therefore, I'm going to assume that you are simply an uniformed wannabe, and not someone who is bored and attempting to troll the forums. Either way, playing internet detective is fun for me, and something that I am sure my Commando Force is apt to catch onto.

                          As I said, I am going to assume that you are simply an uninformed person. We will forget the fact that calling yourself a Constable is most likely a violation of NYS law. We will forget the fact that you have a myspace page where you are all thugged out like Shaft with your Glock and your Constable badge.

                          What we will do is assume, for now, that you wish to turn this around. I will also assume as you are the 1st Commander N Chief Constable, that you hold some position of power of your company. So, it is up to you to do these things. Failure to comply will inevitably result on someone calling the NYPD and State Tax Office, who will bend over backwards to make your life a living hell, because it is their job and their pleasure to do so.

                          The first thing you should do, Mr. Valentino, is to find out how much money you have. The State of New York says that you do not have a company called NYCD, Inc. The State of New York says that the only NYCD Corporation in all of New York are the people I pointed out. This isn't a matter of, "I didn't know they had my name," this is a matter of: Your firm is not a corporation, it was never incorporated in New York, nor was it registered as a foreign corporation with the ability to do business in New York. For all intents and purposes, you are operating as yourself, and are personally liable for every claim you make.

                          After you have determined how much money you have, realize that there is a real risk to your personal assets by going down this road. Ignoring the risk to your freedom due to criminal violations... The federal or state government may decide that they need to investigate your "business transactions."

                          So, that brings us to what you need to do, and quickly. The first thing is to choose a company name. One that, perferably, does not have words which are by their very definition illegal for you to use, such as "Police," "Constable," or "Sheriff." "Trooper" will also most likely be illegal.

                          Once you have this company name, and a sum of money, you will go to the New York Secretary of State's website, and you will search Corporations and UCC Filings to see if the name is taken. If it is, you cannot use it. If it is not, then you will incorporate under this name. I strongly suggest reading about what a Corporation, an LLC, a Sole Proprietorship, and a LLP is, and deciding what you want to be.

                          After that, you will need to go to the Secretary of State's website again, and find out how much a PI license is for your firm, and for you. If you wish to provide security services, (guarding things), then you will need a Security Guard License for every employee, and a Security license for your company. (Someone in NYS can tell me if they license companies? I know they license guards.)

                          You aren't done by a long shot. You will need to get a TIN, from the IRS. If you self-file your corporation, you will be responsible for setting up the following items. Each of these costs money, and will keep on costing money:

                          * Worker's Compensation Insurance Policy
                          * State Worker's Compensation Insurance Registration
                          * State Unemployment Insurance Registration
                          * Unemployment Insurance Policy
                          * Federal Employer Identification Number from IRS.gov
                          * State Wage Withholding Tax Account - NYS
                          * Corporate Bank Account


                          I haven't even begun to start that list. I'm sure the other business owners here know exactly what kind of insanity I'm proposing you do, seeing as how we've all done it.

                          After this, you will need marketing material, so that you have something that can be given out to people who would like to know more about your company. This will range anywhere from 50-2000 dollars. I know, because my firm makes marketing material for security companies, among other things.

                          After this, you can begin to actually get clients.

                          -=+=-

                          Woe be unto you if you say you already have clients, as they are contracting with an unlicensed (We can check that over the internet, isn't the internet great? You have no PI or SG license for NYCD, Inc.) sole proprietor who most likely does not have insurance (why would they give you insurance without a license?), worker's compensation (Man when they find out you're gonna pay out the ass in back worker's comp tax), or unemployment insurance tax (Remember out the ass? This comes out the other end.)

                          Your "Hot-Line Phone Number" is a Verizon Wireless cell phone in New York. This is further evidence that someone from the government can use to find you complicit in impersonation and other evasion charges.

                          In closing, Mr. ... I have forgotten your name already... Anyway... Playing children's games is fun and all, but doing it on the internet where no page can ever truly be erased is a dangerous game indeed. You have posted information on a website that is so pro-law enforcement that they give out personal information on account holders on mere request, no warrant is ever needed. (That would be MySpace, a Fox company.)

                          Good Day.
                          Some Kind of Commando Leader

                          "Every time I see another crazy Florida post, I'm glad I don't work there." ~ Minneapolis Security on Florida Security Law

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                          • #14
                            I'm going to look in to that, I don't want to break any laws, so out of true respect to the law and myself and others, I'm going to close the company until I get a license and everything straight. I don't get a lot of people that want to talk to me about the security company, and I don't have clients. I want to do things right, thanks for helping me. I appreciate all the help.

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by N-TWEEZY View Post
                              I'm going to look in to that
                              Yea, you do that...

                              Originally posted by N-TWEEZY View Post
                              I don't want to break any laws
                              Too late...

                              Originally posted by N-TWEEZY View Post
                              I'm going to close the company until I get a license and everything straight
                              Yes, you really should box up the toy cars and helicopters. Actually, I suggest selling them in a garage sale.

                              Originally posted by N-TWEEZY View Post
                              I don't get a lot of people that want to talk to me about the security company
                              I don't get a lot of people who like to talk about candyland, and you and your company are on roughly the same level.

                              Originally posted by N-TWEEZY View Post
                              I don't have clients
                              But, I thought you were international?! Surely, the cost for model buildings and toy cars cannot be that bad! Most clients would love to have their property patrolled by toy helicopters.

                              Originally posted by N-TWEEZY View Post
                              I want to do things right
                              Your first step in the right direction is going away.
                              Last edited by davis002; 11-03-2007, 04:51 PM.
                              "To win one hundred victories in one hundred battles is not the highest skill. To subdue the enemy without fighting is the highest skill." Sun-Tzu

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