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Join us for the NJSPBA Survivor and Welfare Golf Tournament on Monday, May 7, 2018 at the Trump National Golf Club, 900 Lamington Rd., Bedminster, beginning at 8:30 a.m.

The New Jersey State Policemen's Benevolent Association Survivor and Welfare Fund is a not-for-profit charitable organization dedicated to providing support and survivor benefits to the families of PBA members who have made the ultimate sacrifice in the line of duty and easing the burden of those officers who are experiencing significant personal hardships. The fund will also administer the NJ COP SHOT program, providing rewards for the arrest and conviction of anyone killing or seriously wounding a law enforcement officer in the state of New Jersey, regardless of  union affiliation.

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The Senate and Assembly today have passed historic legislation to provide independence, policy making and investment powers to the PFRS Board of Trustees. The bill was a major priority for the State PBA and it's passage culminates several years of research and outreach to once and for all protect the PFRS from abuse and political interference. The bill provides the PFRS Board of Trustees with powers to invest PFRS funds, make policy decisions over pension benefits and provides powers for the board to ensure employer contributions.

The State PBA leadership specifically wishes to thank Senate President Sweeney for his passion and leadership in ensuring passage of this proposal and we are grateful for the efforts of Assembly Speaker Coughlin to further strengthen the protections offered by this bill to PFRS members. The quick movement this session of the bill is in recognition of their support but it signifies the hard work and focus State PBA members placed in urging their representatives to support this bill.

Today's vote came during PBA Day in Trenton. More than 500 PBA members rallied inside the State House to show their support for the bill and for the State PBA's leadership in the State House.

The bill now goes to Governor Murphy for his approval.

As many of you already know, the Harrison PBA has been involved in a dispute with the Mayor and Council over the selection of our next Chief of Police.

Over the last several weeks we asked Harrison residents, our families, friends and fellow law enforcement officers to support us in this debate.

Most recently, we scheduled a rally for Tuesday, February 27, 2018 to continue to raise awareness about this important situation.

We are very happy to report that the Mayor and Council conducted the interviews they referenced at the February 6th Town Council meeting and have since announced that the number one candidate, Lt. David Strumolo will be the next Chief of Police of the Harrison Police Department.

We cannot thank you all enough for your continued interest and support of your local police department and the Harrison PBA Local 22.

We pledge to you, under the leadership of Chief David Strumolo, that we will do the best job we can for the residents of Harrison, and we will not take your support for granted.

The Harrison PBA invites you to join us on Tuesday, February 27, to celebrate with us and meet Chief David Strumolo and the members of the Harrison Police Department.

Legislation has been introduced this session that will lower the legal capacity for ammunition magazines.  But before rumors about the bill spread we want to make clear to the law enforcement community that active, off duty and retired officers are exempt from the reduced capacity required by the bill.  Section 2 and Section 3 of Senate Bill 102/Assembly Bill 2761 clearly maintains the status quo for all active and retired officers.   Although the bill has no impact on the law enforcement community, we monitor all gun bills closely and we will be meeting with Senate members on Friday.

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