PBPA UNIT 6

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PBPA Unit 6 is currently holding a telephone fundraiser for the Annual Shop with a Cop Program in which Police Officers and Dignitaries take children shopping for Christmas gifts.  This website is owned by PBPA 6 and should be sufficient in confirmation purposes that the fundraiser is VALID.  The fundraiser will run through December 20, 2013.
 
Thanks for your help.
Terry "TP" Peterson - President


 
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.

We hope you will find our website both informative and user friendly.  The Police Benevolent & Protective Association Unit #6 Board is currently in the process of updating/upgrading our website.  It is our intention to add features to better communicate with our members.  As we continue to improve the website, we will continue to ask you for your feedback. If you have any suggestions on making our website better, please feel free to email your comments to our board members.

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 nearly 60,000 injuries. Sadly, over the last decade, an average of 160 officers a year have been killed in the line of duty. And throughout U.S. history, nearly 19,000 law enforcement officers have made the ultimate sacrifice.

The National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund is dedicated to honoring all of America’s law enforcement heroes – those who have died in the line of duty and those who continue to serve and protect. We invite you to learn more about the heroes of American law enforcement and join us in respecting, honoring and remembering them. Please take the time to visit www.nleomf.org and learn more.

 

Last Updated on Thursday, 21 November 2013 14:53

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