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Cary Chapter Partners with Jersey Mike's to raise funds for PBF

On June 2, 2014, the Cary chapter partnered with Jersey Mike's to raise funds for the PBF.  After discussions Melissa Daniels and Cary chapter President Randy Byrd, Jersey Mikes decided to designate a day as PBF day and donate 20% of the earnings to the Foundation.   A raffle was also conducted before the event to raise additional monies for the foundation.  Jason Brick a former Cary Police officer and PBA member donated four Luke Bryan concert tickets for the Raleigh show on June 7th.  Jersey Mike's also made a contribution of a tailgate package for the show.    The event on June 2nd raised $604.69 and the raffle raised $1165.00.  Mark Surles a local Cary businessman who owns Mark Andrews Jewelers won the  raffle prize.   According to Melissa Daniels,  "This was a great opportunity to show our support for officers and their families who work so hard to protect us every day.   As one who has police officers in my family it was especially meaningful."

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National and State Leaders Join Chief Justice Martin in Raleigh Today to Begin Study to Strengthen North Carolina's Court System

October 5, 2015

Chief Justice Mark Martin today convened the inaugural meeting of the N.C. Commission on the Administration of Law and Justice (NCCALJ) to begin evaluating the ability of the court system to continue meeting and adapting to the needs and expectations of the people it serves. He charged the commission with conducting a thorough review of North Carolina?s Judicial Branch and determining a plan to strengthen the courts.

North Carolina Police Benevolent Association Holds Annual Board Meeting

September 15, 2015

On August 28, 2015, Chapter leaders met in Cary for their division meeting and to select officers for a three year term. Randy Byrd who serves as the Cary chapter President was elected to serve another three year term as President.

Chief Justice Mark Martin Announces Full Membership of Study Commission

September 15, 2015

Chief Justice Mark Martin has announced the full membership of the newly created North Carolina Commission on the Administration of Law and Justice and has appointed North Carolina Police Benevolent Association President Randy Byrd to the Commission.