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NCPBA Legislative Alert - A Memorial Day Weekend Update

As the Memorial Day Weekend is upon us the following letters to legislators on various PBA and related bills is provided as a barometer of our efforts to date in the General Assembly.  A more detailed update will be forthcoming.
 

(Below you can read the letter that was sent to legislators on each bill)
 
HB 332 - Government Transparency Act
 
 
 
HB 362 Mandatory Retirement Age for State Troopers

HB299. LAW ENFORCEMENT FAIRNESS ACT
 
 
 
 

HB 643.  WHISTLE BLOWER PROTECTION FOR LOCAL LEO's


NOTE: Members should find interesting, the Sheriff's Association's response to this bill, especially when their lobbyists told PBA that the Sheriff's Association DID NOT OPPOSE THE BILL. Below you can see the letter that the Sheriff's Association sent to House members.
 

HB 349, FAYETTEVILLE REVIEW BOARD/VIEW POLICE PERSONNEL FILES
 

Below is the press release that we sent out 5-15-13
 
HB 1001 REPEAL STATESVILLE CIVIL SERVICE ACT

HB 834 MODERN STATE HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT (CHANGES TO DISCIPLINARY PROCEDURE)
 

SB 402 APPROPRIATIONS ACT OF 2013 (Senate Budget)
 

 
 
Below is a letter that NCPBA President Randy Byrd sent on Mental Health Funding
 


 

North Carolina News
Whistleblower Protection Legislation Passes the House

May 7, 2019

The NCPBA was proud to be on hand today as HB 348 passed the House by a 115-1 vote. HB 348 as originally filed by Rep. Holly Grange, Rep. Debra Conrad, Representative Bobby Hanig, and Rep. Billy Richardson offered protections from retaliation for municipal police officers who report corruption. The bill passed through the Judiciary Committee and was later given a referral to the Rules Committee by Rep. Lewis after Rep. Faircloth and Rep. Allen McNeill offered a PCS (Proposed Committee Substitute) that would protect all municipal employees. The PBA wants to thank all of these legislators for their efforts with this critical piece of legislation.

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Garrett Johnson is the 13,000th Member of the North Carolina Police Benevolent Association

March 20, 2019

Deputy Garrett Johnson recently became the 13,000th member of the North Carolina Police Benevolent Association.

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NORTH CAROLINA MEMBER CLEARED

December 5, 2018

I was cleared and no action is being taken against me. Case has also been handled in court and incident is finished. I greatly appreciate the service you all provide. It?s good to know that if I needed you all, that you were there. Thank you.

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