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2016 TNPBA Endorsed Candidates

This is a list of all of the endorsed candidates that the TNPBA has endorsed in 2016.  We would like to congratulate each of these candidates on their endorsements and we hope to work with them into the future to help make the law enforcement profession better for our members.  Please show your support for these candidates at the polls.
Doug Tripp Memorial Chapter
Dennis Powers
House of Representatives, District 36
Ed Butler
House of Representatives, District 41
The Doug Tripp Memorial Chapter enjoyed meeting with the candidates for the upcoming House of Representatives election. Dennis Powers and Ed Butler stood out among the rest and recieved the endorsement of the TNPBA. Here are a few photos from the political screening. 
House candidate Ed Butler with Doug Tripp Memorial Chapter President, Darryl Chapman
PBA members with House candidate, Ed Butler
House candidate Dennis Powers with Doug Tripp Memorial Chapter President, Darryl Chapman
PBA members with House candidate, Dennis Powers

Tennessee News
Tennessee Police Benevolent Association Awards Scholarships

August 13, 2019

Tennessee PBA Division President Johnny Bohanan recently presented scholarship checks to the children/stepchildren of PBA members. Along with the Police Benevolent Foundation (PBF), the Tennessee PBA proudly awards scholarships to children/stepchildren of PBA members each year. This year, four students were selected to receive the PBF scholarship. They are: Mason Crosser, Morgan McClure, Ashlynn Malone and Christopher Rickman.

Tennessee PBA Presents Lifetime Membership to John Wesley Bradley

August 5, 2019

The Tennessee Police Benevolent Association Division President Johnny Bohanan recently presented long-time member, John Wesley Bradley with a lifetime membership.

House Bill 937 Passed into Law

April 5, 2019

We are pleased that HB0937 was passed into law yesterday in Tennessee. HB0937 is the bill that increases the pay supplement from $600 to $800 for police officers and firefighters in Tennessee who complete 40 hours of in-service training. This is something that Tennessee PBA has advocated for, for several years.