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John Midgette


NCPBA Executive Director
1-800-233-3506 ext 643
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John is a 17 year law enforcement veteran. He began his career in law enforcement in 1974 with the Raleigh Police Department where he served for 15 years before being hired by the SSPBA as a staff representative in 1989.

PBA membership was introduced to his department in 1986. He immediately joined fellow officers in forming a local PBA chapter. After holding the first ever candidate screening of the local city council his chapter was active in working with PBA endorsed council members in obtaining new equipment, increasing longevity pay, creating the first ever lateral career ladder promotional positions, a new sergeant's promotional exam and the largest one time across the board pay increase for police officers in our city's history.

After serving as a part time staff representative in 1988 John accepted a full time position on January 2, 1989. He was appointed as Executive Director of the North Carolina Division in September, 1989 and became the division's primary lobbyist in 1990 where he continues to serve in those roles today.

John holds a BS degree from Atlantic Christian College. He received his Advanced Law Enforcement Certificate in 1984 and has received over a thousand hours of advanced law enforcement training. He considers it an honor that he served all of his law enforcement career as a street cop. He has served as a community college law enforcement instructor at Central Carolina Community College and as a guest lecturer at the university level and before various criminal justice organizations in matters involving due process and the rights of law enforcement officers.

John and his wife Teresa have three sons named Matthew, Adam and Christopher.
 
"I have the honor of serving and representing those whom I admire most through an Association that is the finest in the business in serving and protecting law enforcement and correctional officers. For me, It gets no better that this."
 
 

North Carolina News
North Carolina Police Benevolent Association Endorsements for General Election

September 20, 2018

A vote for these candidates is a vote for the men and women of law enforcement and the citizens they serve!

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The North Carolina Police Benevolent Association Supports Lawsuit Filed by Greenville Officers

August 21, 2018

The North Carolina PBA held a press conference on Monday, August 21, 2018 in Greenville, NC regarding concerns of Greenville law enforcement officers. In response to egregious continued efforts to interfere with the efforts of Greenville police officers to enforce state and local law and to protect the citizens of Greenville, several of those police officers have filed a lawsuit today against Kandie Smith individually and in her official capacity as a member of the City Council of Greenville for tortious interference with their contracts of employment and obstruction of justice, among other causes of action. North Carolina PBA and the local PBA membership stand with these Greenville officers as they challenge the improper actions of Ms. Smith.

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