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House Bill 100 in the Ways and Means General Fund Committee

March 11, 2015

House Bill 100, sponsored by John Rogers, is currently in the Ways and Means General Fund Committee. This bill puts all law enforcement back under the 25-year service retirement plan and is retroactive. Please contact the committee members in the list below and ask them to support the bill and vote the bill out of the committee.

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114th US Congress Update February 2015

March 6, 2015

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

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The Central Savannah River Area Chapter of the Police Benevolent Association of Georgia Endorses Sean Frantom for Augusta-Richmond County Commission District 7

March 2, 2015

The Central Savannah River Area (CSRA) Chapter of the Police Benevolent Association of Georgia (PBAGA) recently held candidate screenings for officials seeking office in the up-coming election for Augusta-Richmond County Commission. During the screening process Sean Frantom demonstrated why his experiences and values make him uniquely qualified to represent the voters of Augusta-Richmond County. He also demonstrated he is committed to making strong, effective law enforcement a priority, not only to properly invest in our law enforcement officers and agencies but also to keep our community a safer place to live, work, and play. That is why the CSRA Chapter of the PBAGA is proud to announce their support by endorsing Sean Frantom for District 7 Commissioner.

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VAPBA Legislative Update

February 20, 2015

The Virginia 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 Virginia 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.

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114th US Congress Update January 2015

February 5, 2015

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

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Cary Chapter to Host 9th Annual George Almond Officer of the Year Banquet

January 27, 2015

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.

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VAPBA Legislative Update

January 23, 2015

The Virginia 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 Virginia 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.

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Southeast Chapter of the Virginia Police Benevolent Association Endorses Ali Sprinkle

January 22, 2015

The Southeast Chapter of the Virginia Police Benevolent Association is proud to announce the endorsement of Ali Sprinkle for Portsmouth Commonwealth Attorney.

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James Shelton's Thank You Letter to PBA

January 15, 2015

Dear PBA: I would like to thank the PBA for assisting me in my recent case. You were very prompt in retaining my legal assistance in this matter. Mr. Charles Halbert of West Helena, AR did an excellent job. I truly believe that without the PBA, I would have had to spend a huge amount of money to defend myself against the frivolous allegations.

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PBA represents Mississippi member in successfully appealing demotion

January 8, 2015

Lt. Brandon Ashley, a 13-year veteran of the Moss Point (Miss.) Police Department, was demoted to sergeant in December 2013 after his chief took issue with Lt. Ashley?s decision not to call out a K9 in regard to an auto theft incident.

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