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'Lest We Forget'
Police Officers Who Have Made The Ultimate Sacrifice
While Serving The Yonkers Police Department

Police Officer Albert Liptak #58
Appointed: September 6, 1930
Date of Incident: April 17, 1938

End of Watch: April 18, 1938

P.O. Albert Liptak

Yonkers Police Officer Liptak joined the department on September 6, 1930. Ptl Liptak was usually assigned to foot patrol, but due to another officer's illness, he was assigned to a radio car on April 17, 1938, Easter Sunday with Ptl Kostik. His partner lost control of their vehicle and struck a pole. Ptl Kostik died instantly, Ptl Liptak the following day, April 18, 1938. He was 31 years old and unmarried. "Lest We Forget"