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Officer of the Year Banquet Auctioneer Featured on WRAL-TV

October 1, 2009

The third annual "George Almond" Officer of the Year awards banquet was held at the Embassy Suites in Cary on February 21, 2009. As part of the festivities a live auction was conducted by Ben Farrell to raise money for Cary Crime Stoppers and the Police Benevolent Foundation.

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2009 Blue Review, issue 4

August 1, 2009

In this issue we talk about why governmental affairs is such an important part of the PBA system, how the candidate interview process works when screening candidates during election time and the growing epidemic of officer suicide that has swept through the LEO community.

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Detective George Daniels is the Recipient of 3rd Annual Award

March 2, 2009

Detective George Daniels is the Recipient of 3rd Annual Award

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110th US Congress Summary

January 21, 2009

The 110th United States Congress convened on January 4th 2007, to conduct the people's business, and closed on December 30, 2008. There were 11,081 bills filed by this Congress, 7,340 by the House and 3,741 by the Senate. In keeping with the Southern States Board of Directors directive for the 110th Congress, passed in 2005, the Governmental Affairs Department monitored bills of interest to the PBA membership. This involved 111 bills, 74 in the House and 37 in the Senate. Of these bills, 7 were passed and became law (a summary is included).

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2008 MSPBA Legislative Report

January 1, 2009

A summary of the 2008 Legislative season for the Mississippi Police Benevolent Association.

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The Mississippi PBA Establishes Memorial Fund for Fallen Law Enforcement Officer Lieutenant Robert Curry

August 15, 2008

On Thursday, August 14, 2008, the state of Mississippi, the community of Gulfport and the Southern States Police Benevolent Association lost a member of their family. Lieutenant Robert Curry, a fourteen year veteran of law enforcement, was fatally injured as a result of a motorcycle accident. The Southern States PBA and the Police Benevolent Foundation would like to express its deepest sympathy and compassion to Robert's family, friends and fellow law enforcement officers. We ask that the community join us in recognizing Robert's service and sacrifices as an officer and pray for peace of mind and healing as his wife, Leslie, and his family mourns his loss.

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Mississippi PBA concerned over municipal judge's disregard of law protecting law enforcement officers

July 31, 2008

Last week's show cause hearing before Meridian Municipal Court Judge Robbie Jones involving PBA member Rusty Powell was a clear violation of a Mississippi statute which provides critical protection for the legal rights of law enforcement officers. By not providing for a probable cause hearing before proceeding with his show cause hearing as required by Mississippi code section 99-3-28(b), Judge Jones willfully deprived Inv. Powell and Lt. Dean Harper of their rights under the law.

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Detective Jim Young is the Recipient of 2nd Annual Award

April 1, 2008

Detective Jim Young is the Recipient of 2nd Annual Award

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2007 MSPBA Legislative Report

January 1, 2008

A summary of the 2007 Legislative season for the Mississippi Police Benevolent Association.

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2006 George Almond Officer of the Year Named

March 15, 2007

Detective Jim Grier was named the 1st recipient of the 2006 George Almond Officer of the Year award in festivities at the Embassy Suites in Cary on February 17, 2007. The Cary Chapter Board, in their first year chose to sponsor an Officer of the Year award in honor of retired Detective George Almond. Almond, who is a PBA member was shot in the line of duty in October of 2001.

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