The Sixth Precinct services the West Greenwich Village area and it is approximately .79 square miles with a population of approximily 65,000 people. It is bordered on the south by West Houston Street, on the east by Broadway, on the north by 14th Street, and on the west by the Hudson River. Washington Square Park is located In the center of the Precinct. The Washington Square Park Arch was erected to commemorate the one-hundredth anniversary of George Washington being elected President. The campus of New York University surrounds the Park and is visited by tourists, residents and students daily.
          The Sixth Precinct has in it a large gay and lesbian population, and this  community-within-a-community has established both the Gay and Lesbian Community Center (located at 208 W. 13th St.)  Many of the bars and small clubs made famous during the 60's folk music scene can be found on or near Bleecker Street   In some locations along Christopher street the blood stains of the battle of the old Stone Wall Tavern can still be seen.

The "new" 6th Precinct located
   at 233 West 10th Street.
6th Precinct reunion at Nansen Park, Staten Island, New York 1999
This page was last updated on: October 2, 2010
6th Precinct reunion at Nansen Park, Staten Island, New York 2002
No group photographs in 2003, snap shots of the 2003 appear in the Photo Gallery page scroll down to the "Photo Gallery" button on the "home page" and because of the WTC disaster no  group Photograph in 2001
If anyone needs an index sheet to any of these photos, because I know you can't recognize all of the men, please email me at  tenone@sixthpct.com and I'll send you one as soon as I get your email
6th Precinct reunion, Nansen Park , Staten Island, New York  2008
6th Precinct reunion at Nansen Park, Staten Island, New York 1998

6th Precinct reunion at Nansen Park, Staten Island, New York  2005
6th Precinct reunion at Nansen Park, Staten Island. New York 2010
We had to post two photos of the 2010 group photo because Big John and Richie "O"  were playing hide and seek with a tree  and we didn't want to lose them. (far right side of photo)