PBPA UNIT 6 MISSION STATEMENT
The mission of the Rockford Police Benevolent & Protective Association Unit #6 is to promote the fair and equitable treatment of all it's members; to provide assistance to any member who has been wronged by the city or department, who have had their contractual rights denied, as well as those who have been denied the rightful benefits that their employer provides; to prevent any type of job discrimination, unfair practices, reprimands, or suspensions which may arise; to work diligently for and with all members while acquiring and maintaining the best possible working conditions and benefits for all members through the collective bargaining process;maintain and promote a social as well as a fraternal organization; provide assistance to all members and their families in their time of need; and promote the morale and welfare for the collective good of all members of the Rockford Police Department.
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Today in the United States, some 900,000 law enforcement officers put their lives on the line for the safety and protection of others. They serve with valor and distinction – and with great success. That protection comes at a price, however. Each year, there are approximately 16,000 assaults on law enforcement officers, resulting in
PBPA 6 News
Karol Ann Fricke 1969—2016
Karol Ann Fricke, 47, a lifelong resident of Rockford died unexpectedly on Tuesday, November 15, 2016, at UW Madison Hospital.
Born June 22, 1969; the daughter of Karl and Kathleen Fricke. Graduated from Boylan Catholic High School, Class of 1986, and went on to attend Rock Valley College...
First, thank you for making 2016 one of the best years for positive participation in PB&PA Unit 6 activities. A least it seems that way to me in my short time here. We have lots of members stepping up taking on active rolls that needed to be filled due to attrition and an increased need. The more volunteers we get, the better we look, the better the department looks and the better off our community is.
Board Members Training with the Rev Jeffrey Brown
Rev. Jeffrey Brown was one of the key architects behind the “Boston Miracle,” which saw the violent crime rate among youth plummet by 79% over a decade. Today, he works with faith groups, cities, government, and police to stop gang violence as the president of RECAP and co-founder of My City at Peace. He speaks on “collaborative leadership,” community building, and what it takes to institute real change in organizations of all stripes.
Shop with a Cop 2016
150 children had an early Christmas this morning at Rockford Police Department's annual Shop with a Cop. The winners get $150 vouchers to spend on Christmas gifts and some essentials. The only catch is they have to do the shopping with a police officer. Target hosted the event and gave a 15 percent discount to all the winning children.
Operation Shattered Stars Support Training
The Rockford Police Department will be conducting Peer to Peer Support training thru Operation Shattered Stars on April 13th and 14th. The training will take place at Rockford Mass Transit District (RMTD), East Side Transfer Center, COMMUNITY ROOM, 725 N. Lyford Road; Rockford, IL 61107. Training cost $150.