Rockland County Police Hispanic Society

Support Your Local Police Department

Working Together For A Better Rockland County.

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We offer multiple annual $1,000 scholarships to graduating Seniors of Hispanic descent (at least one parent must be Hispanic) attending a high school in Rockland County, who plans to attend a two or four year college and pursue a career in Law Enforcement or a related field. 

See our Scholarship Fund Page for more info!



  • Jose Nunez, President /
  • Jorge L. Folch, Vice President /
  • Eric Vazquez, Treasurer / Rockland County Sheriff's Department & NYPD (Retired Sgt.) 
  • Al Amoros, Recording Secretary /
  • Victor Seguinot, Sergeant-at-Arms / NYPD (Retired Sgt.) 

RCPHS tries to foster relationships with community-based organizations or individual groups in Rockland that provide services not only to Hispanic people in their community, but to all people of Rockland County.

We partner with, participate in and support several local organizations, charities and programs.  The following is a list of some of our current and former relationships.


  • Annual Rockland Road Runners Thanksgiving Day 5 Mile Turkey Trot for the Benefit of the Marisa Fund / Held at Rockland Lake State Park
  • Marisa Fund (
  • People to People
  • Meals on Wheels
  • Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation of Northern NJ & Rockland County
  • St. Johns Church in Piermont
  • Rockland County Sheriff’s Department Community Services Unit
  • Adopt-A-Road 
  • Annual North Rockland Community Family Day Race 
    Big Brothers Big Sisters of Rockland

  • North Rockland High School Swim Team 

The Rockland County Police Hispanic Society (RCPHS) was founded in 1996 and is the first and only Hispanic Law Enforcement Association founded in Rockland County.  The RCPHS Society's membership is comprised of active and retired police officers of the Hispanic heritage.  Our members reside or are employed in Rockland County.

The men and women who make up the Society are a dedicated group of officers who collectively have been serving their respective departments and communities for many years.  Many of our members are bilingual and have played an integral role in law enforcement as our communities have become more diverse.  Click Here to download our Membership Application.


  • Deacon Francisco Gonzalez
  • Father Thomas Madden
  • Rabbi Daniel Pernick


  • Victor Seguinot


  • Richard Vasquez
  • Elsa Seguinot
  • Enrique Pabon
  • Scott Rios
  • Dennis Suarez
  • Hector Soto
  • Eleuterio "Terry" Collazo
  • Salomon Matos
  • Juan DelPilar
  • Michael Greco
  • Daniel Alvarado 



Serving the ENTIRE Community Since 1996