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The Police Benevolent Foundation set to host the Officer John Taylor 5k Recovery Run in Roanoke Rapids this Weekend

April 12, 2011

This Saturday, April 16, 2011, the Police Benevolence Foundation and the North Carolina PBA will be holding the Officer John Taylor 5k Recovery Run. This event is being organized by two officers and friends of John Taylor, Deputy Sheriff J. Puhak and Master Officer M. Moseley and the Police Benevolent Foundation, Inc. The purpose of this event is to raise community awareness of the dangers in the law enforcement profession and to promote physical fitness.

Albemarle Chapter Leader attends Southern States PBA Leadership Training

April 1, 2011

Greg South, the President of the Albemarle Chapter recently attended leadership training at SSPBA headquarters in McDonough, GA. on March 23 and 24th. This training is part of meeting chapter compliance requirements along with giving PBA leaders valuable insight into the history and operations of the organization.

PBA Addresses Comments by the Public Information Director for the Town of Cary and the reply to the PBA by the Town Manager

March 9, 2011

On February 26, 2011, Susan Moran, the Public Information Director for the Town of Cary, made comments to WRAL-TV about a complaint that had been filed against officers of the Cary Police Department. Susan Moran made the following comments in the story. "We take it extremely seriously.

Golden Knights Provide Survivors the Opportunity of Lifetime Jump with Elite Team Makes them Army Strong

February 22, 2011

On November 9, 2010, the Army Golden Knights based out of Fort Bragg, North Carolina invited a group of survivors of officers killed in the line of duty to make a jump of a lifetime at Laurinburg-Maxton Airport in Maxton, NC.

Cary Chapter to Host 5th Annual Officer of the Year Banquet

January 18, 2011

The PBA has long held the reputation for educating the public about the daily work of law enforcement officers and the sacrifices they make to keep their communities safe. Through these education efforts many relationships with the community have led to partnerships that have benefited members of the PBA. The PBA also has an extensive history for creating solid and sustainable relationships with elected officials to effect positive change for their members.

111th Congressional Summary

January 1, 2011

There were 81 bills of interest followed during the 111th Congress. Of these bills, 54 were introduced by the House, and 27 by the Senate. Most died in one committee or another. But a few did manage to pass the Congress and get signed into law by the President. Most notably, was Senate Bill 1132.

The Police Benevolent Foundation establishes fund for fallen Dougherty County Police Officer Lt. Cliff Rouse

December 27, 2010

The Police Benevolent Foundation (PBF) and the Police Benevolent Association of Georgia would like to express its deepest sympathy and compassion to the family, friends and fellow law enforcement officers of Dougherty County Police Officer Lieutenant Cliff Rouse.

North Mecklenburg Chapter Making a Difference

December 17, 2010

NC Advisory Board Members Natalie Perkins and NCPBA President, Randy Byrd, met with Laura Falanga in Raleigh to receive a $1,000 check from the Wake Chapter of the Independent Insurance Agents of North Carolina (IIANC). This donation was made possible through the efforts of local chapter members.

Ripley Mississippi Comes to the Aid of a Fallen Officer

December 14, 2010

On Friday, December 10, 2010 the Police Benevolent Foundation along with members of the Mississippi Police Benevolent Association rallied together to raise funds for a fallen brother. Tippah County, MS Sheriff's Deputy Dewayne Crenshaw was shot and killed while responding to a call in the early morning hours of December 3rd in Ripley, Mississippi. Deputy Crenshaw was a decorated military veteran as well as an outstanding law enforcement officer, and the PBF wanted to make sure that the Ripley community had a way to show their support for the family of this hero who paid the ultimate sacrifice. The PBF, MSPBA, Action News 5 in Memphis, TN and the Ripley Wal-Mart came together to hold a 15-hour fundraiser for the family of Deputy Crenshaw. This magnificent display of community support and unity took place outside of the Ripley Wal-Mart store, and Action News 5 broadcasted live coverage from the scene throughout the day.

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