NATIONAL NYCPD 10-13 ORG.
NYPD ID CARD RENEWAL
Proxy renewal is available ONLY to members living outside the five (5) boroughs of New York City and the 6 counties in which active members are permitted to live.
ONLY cards issued after November 1, 2002, can be renewed this way. In all other circumstances, members will have to personally visit 1 P.P.
ID Cards must be previously expired or expiring within 3-6 months of expiration date.
A completed PD form MUST accompany the card. The form is on the accompanying page of this newsletter, and can be downloaded from our website.
Additionally, expiration date will be increased from 5 to 8 years.
THE NATIONAL IS AUTHORIZED TO DELIVER MEMBERS CARDS TO 1 P.P. AND RETURN SAME TO THE MEMBER.
To insure security in the transfer of cards to and from our members the following procedure MUST be adhered to:
Items MUST be sent to the National in a USPS Flat Rate Priority Mail envelope. You will receive a tracking number from post office. DO NOT REQUEST SIGNATURE OF RECIPIENT. The postage is $7.35.
Place in the envelope: your PD ID card, the completed PD Form, and a check in the amount of $7.35 made out to National NYCPD 10-13 Org.(to cover the cost of priority mail return of your new card).
Address package to:
272 Durant Avenue
Staten Island N.Y. 10306
Please allow for up to a 30 day turnaround time.
Please, do not deviate from the above instructions.
This National service is available only to dues paid National NYCPD 10-13 chapter members.
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My ID Card was issued before November 2002. Why can’t I have it renewed via proxy?
Prior to November 1, 2002 cards were not digital. Consequently the photo cannot be reproduced.
My card has no expiration date. Do I need to have a new card issued?
Definitely not. If you have no expiration date your card is perpetually current. Keep it.
I am Transit/Housing Sergeant who retired before the merger. Can I proxy renew.
Yes, If you meet all the above conditions.