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PBAGA Executive Director

 

Joe Stiles


PBAGA Executive Director
1-800-233-3506 ext 784
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Joe Stiles held numerous elected positions at the chapter, state, and Southern States levels. In 2000 he was hired as Executive Director for PBA of Georgia. Shortly after being hired he was appointed a voting member on POST Council by Governor Barnes. He was re-appointed to that position by Governor Perdue.
 
During his 26 years with the Macon Police Department, Joe held various assignments in jail, patrol, detectives, internal affairs, administration, and support services. He earned more than 3,000 hours of in-service training, a bachelor’s degree from Brenau College and a master’s degree from Columbus State University. He is a graduate of the FBI National Academy and the Georgia Law Enforcement Command College.
 
Joe is married to the former Jane Anderson of Stockbridge. She is an elementary school teacher. They have two married sons (and daughters-in-law), James (Alley) and Donald (Tamie) and four granddaughters.
 
 

“The PBA has afforded me with a very rewarding opportunity to help officers deal with the many challenges they face as law enforcement professionals.”

 

Georgia News
PBA of Georgia Legislative Update

March 5, 2018

The Georgia Police Benevolent Association is committed to keeping you informed of legislation that may affect your work-life, pay and benefits.

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PBA of Georgia Legislative Alert

February 6, 2018

The Georgia Police Benevolent Association is committed to keeping you informed of legislation that may affect your work-life, pay and benefits.

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PBA of Georgia Legislative Update - Senate LEO Pay Task Force

May 25, 2017

The Police Benevolent Association of Georgia is committed to keeping you informed of legislation that may affect your work-life, pay and benefits. The Governmental Affairs department will be providing periodic updates on the actions of the Georgia Legislature while in session. Included is a summary of bills of interest introduced during last month, as well as updates on those reported in the previous reports.

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