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The Police Benevolent Foundation is Set to Aid the Family of Fallen Officer William Wright

April 27, 2012

The Police Benevolent Foundation, Inc. and the North Carolina Division of the Southern States PBA are rallying behind the family of Correctional Officer William Wright.

The Police Benevolent Foundation Inc. Launches the I Wish You Knew Campaign

April 26, 2012

The Southern States Police Benevolent Association, Inc. and the Police Benevolent Foundation, Inc. have officially launched the I Wish You Knew campaign, a nationwide awareness campaign to educate the public about the adversities law enforcement officers and their families face every day.

NCPBA Makes Endorsements for NC Supreme Court and Court of Appeals

April 23, 2012

The PBA's endorsement of judicial candidates continues to be the most comprehensive and successful process of any law enforcement association effort. PBA endorsed judges continue to make landmark decisions that are improving conditions for North Carolina law enforcement officers. While federal courts were once the primary forum for adjudicating constitutional and civil rights claims of law enforcement officers, federal courts have become hostile to officers in many areas of law.

Deputy Brandon Rollins refuses to give up

April 13, 2012

Brandon Rollins remembers clutching his side last fall, moments after being struck by an armed robber's bullet, and vowing he wasn't going to die

112th US Congress Update April 2012

April 2, 2012

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

SCPBA 119th General Assembly Second Session March 2012

April 1, 2012

The South Carolina Police Benevolent Association 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 South Carolina General Assembly 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.

Cary officer nearly killed in motorcycle wreck returns to duty

March 28, 2012

Cary, N.C. A motorcycle officer for the Cary Police Department was back on the job Tuesday after a serious collision with a pickup truck on N.C. Highway 55 nearly cost him his life last summer...

PBAGA Legislative Update 03-13-12

March 13, 2012

The Second Term of the 2011-12 Legislative Session began on January 9, 2012. This session may last up to 40 legislative days and is anticipated to end sometime in late March or early April. The 30th Day is known as cross over day and is in theory the last day a bill can cross from one chamber to the other.

MSPBA Legislative Alert 03-08-12

March 8, 2012

Senate Bill 2380, has passed out of the Senate Committee chaired by Senator Nancy Collins with a recommendation to pass.  It not goes to the full Senate for a vote.  This legislation will remove all state employees including law enforcement and corrections out from under the State Personnel Board, essentially making them AT WILL employees with no due process rights and can be terminated with or without cause.  It is not necessary to remove these employees out from under the State Personnel Board, stripping them of Due Process in order to have a reduction of employee positions, reorganization of departments or even consolidation of departments. A process for such action is already provided for in the current State Personnel Board Policies. 

ARPBA gives Pine Bluff chief vote of "no confidence"

March 7, 2012

PINE BLUFF, AR - A police advocacy group (ARPBA) representing more than half of the Pine Bluff Police Department has given Chief Brenda Davis-Jones a vote of "no confidence."

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