Mississippi Division
Join Now

Legislative Alert! House Bill 1407


House Bill 1407 gives authority to cities and counties to pay full salaries to officers when disabled. The bill has passed the Senate committee and now goes before the full senate for a vote.


This bill gives authority to cities and counties to pay officers their full salary without forfeiting accrued leave if disabled by an on duty injury. The bill does is not a mandate, it only provides lawful authority for cities and counties to do this if they desire to enact such policy and practice. While this bill is not totally the answer, it is a step in the right direction.


All law enforcement officers, family members and friends are requested to email or call your Senator and request them to vote in support of HB-1407.


Mississippi News
2015 MSPBA Endorsed Candidates

October 15, 2015

This is a list of all of the endorsed candidates that the MSPBA has endorsed in 2015. 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.

The Mississippi Police Benevolent Association endorses Lt. Governor Tate Reeves for re-election

September 29, 2015

On September 10th, the Mississippi Police Benevolent Association held a political screening for those candidates running for various elected offices in the state of Mississippi. During the screening, Lt. Gov. Tate Reeves demonstrated why his experience and values make him qualified to continue to represent the voters of Mississippi.

The Police Benevolent Foundation is set to aid the family of deceased Meridian Police Officer Luke Castillo

June 17, 2015

The Police Benevolent Foundation, Inc. and the Mississippi Division of the Southern States PBA are rallying behind the family of Meridian Police Officer Luke Castillo. Castillo passed away at his home on June 11th.