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Meet North Carolina Mountain Chapter president Brandon McGaha

North Carolina Mountain Chapter board members with NCPBA Executive Director John Midgette. L-R John Midgette, Brandon McGaha, Joe Bilbrey (Senior V.P.), Kelli  Tinsley (Secretary), M. Chris Beddingfield (V.P.), and immediate past president Chris Leroy
Brandon McGaha, a native of Henderson County, North Carolina, began his law enforcement career with the North Carolina Department of Corrections in 2000.  In 2002, He started working with the Gaston County Sheriff's Office as a corporal in the Detention Center.  In 2005, He began working for the Hendersonville Police Department, where he is currently a patrol sergeant.  Once he started working with the Hendersonville Police Department, he joined the SSPBA. Shortly after he joined the SSPBA he started the Mountain Chapter of the NCPBA.  He started as the chapter secretary and became the president in July of 2012. 
Brandon McGaha has served as a team leader on the Henderson County SWAT Team and also the Honor Guard.  He has received many awards and honors as an officer such as: 2009 Officer of the Quarter, 2010 Hendersonville Police Officer of the Year, and the 2010 Knights of Columbus Officer of the Year.  Brandon McGaha is married with three daughters.

NC Mountain News
Senior Vice President of NCPBA and President of Mountain Chapter Training Through Christ

September 26, 2016

On September 9, 2016, officers from around the United States went with TACTICA (Teaching Authorities Christian Truth in Central America) Ministries to Ecuador to train officers and spread the gospel of Jesus Christ. The officers being trained were an elite unit in the Ecuadorian National Police called Grupo De Operaciones Especiales (GOE).Part of this year?s group was Brandon McGaha, Senior Vice President of the North Carolina State Division of the SSPBA and President of the North Carolina Mountain Chapter.

The North Carolina PBA and the Police Benevolent Foundation establish fund for officer battling Stage 3 Melanoma Cancer

August 31, 2016

The Police Benevolent Foundation (PBF) and the North Carolina PBA are rallying behind Hendersonville Police Lieutenant, Dale Patton, as he bravely battles cancer. Lt. Patton is a 12-year veteran of the Hendersonville Police Department and is greatly loved by his fellow law enforcement officers.

NC Division Senior Vice-President Recognized as Officer of the Quarter

February 2, 2016

NC Mountain Chapter President and NCPBA Sr. VP, Brandon McGaha was named Officer of the Quarter. Learn more about Brandon and his work with the Adhoc Community Enhancement team and the Hendersonville Police Department.