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Alabama Police Benevolent Association members can now apply for an ALPBA license plate

 
The Alabama Police Benevolent Association is offering its members the opportunity to purchase an official ALPBA license plate. The license plates are $50, and $45 of each tag purchase will benefit the Police Benevolent Foundation ($5 is deducted by the state for tax and administrative fees).  The Police Benevolent Foundation, Inc. is a tax-deductible 501(c)(3) organization established by the Southern States Police Benevolent Association and exists to help the law enforcement officers and their families restore normalcy after a tragedy.
 
Alabama Police Benevolent Association members who wish to purchase the organization’s distinctive license plate may visit their local county license plate issuing official’s office. The member must present their ALPBA membership card at the time of purchase. If you need another card please visit www.alpba.org and login to your account to request a new membership card. Then the member will complete a “Commitment to Purchase” application and pay the $50 additional fee.  Please note that applicants will continue to use their current valid Alabama license plate until the state minimum required commitment of ALPBA tags is reached.
 
It is required that the ALPBA obtain a minimum of 250 license plates “Commitments to Purchase,” beginning November 1, 2012 through October 31, 2013. If the required number of commitments is received, the ALPBA license plates will be ordered and delivered to the county offices and the ALPBA will notify all participants of their arrival. However, if sufficient commitments are not met for the distinctive license plate within the twelve-month period, a full refund will be issued.
 
“This process represents the desires and wants of the membership itself, and now that it has been accomplished, I encourage each ALPBA member to get out and support the Police Benevolent Foundation by purchasing one of these tags. This purchase will help families who have lost loved ones in the line of duty as well as provide scholarships to children of officers,” said Alabama Division President, Donald Scott.
 
The Alabama Police Benevolent Association asks that each member consider purchasing an official ALPBA license plate to show their support for the Police Benevolent Foundation and pride in their membership with the ALPBA.

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