Welcome to

NCPAL Mineola

About

We are proud to be considered one of the largest PALs in the nation with 20,000 youth participating in our programs annually. NCPAL operates 31 units in over 40 communities throughout Nassau County providing sports, crafts, education, and other programs for all boys and girls regardless of race, religion, income or disability.

Having a place for positive interaction between the youth of our communities and our police officers in a caring, compassionate, and fun matter is more important than ever. “It is better to build youth than mend adults” is still the mission we strive for daily.

Connect

Phone: 516-655-8992
Email joe.bonagura@nassaucountypal.org

Address:
Mineola, NY

 

Offered Activities

Football, Hockey-Roller, Judo, Lacrosse

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100% Local Impact

All funds raised by the NCPAL stay in our community to get local kids off the sidelines and into a season of sport. Let’s work together to build strong kids and strong communities!

We receive no funding from any municipality, including Nassau County.

100% of our funding is from donors like you.

Thank you for helping us continue serving the youth of Nassau County!

Frequently Asked Questions

In 1940, under the direction of Nassau County’s first Police Commissioner, Abraham Skidmore, the Nassau County Police Boys Club was formed.  Over 80 years later our mission is still the same, to prevent juvenile delinquency by bridging the gap between police officers and the youth of our communities.

Since that time there have been several changes to our organization, including changing the name to Nassau County Police Activity League (NCPAL). 

On this page, go to the section titled "Activity Registrations" and click on any of the activities listed.  This will take you directly to our registration platform where you can register your child(ren) for programs. 

In the Activity Registration box you can narrow down the selections by using the "sport" button at the top of the box to filter to just one sport.

NCPAL has 31 units throughout the county.  To find more information about our other units, go to www.nassaucountypal.org and explore our other units or see what programs are being offered by other units.

NCPAL uses the same cut-off date as the school district for participation in programs.  For instance, if the school district mandates that a child be 6 years old by December 1st in order to be in 1st grade, then PAL will use this same cut off for 1st grade programs.  The same applies to all grades/ages for PAL.