Immediately following the rally, members will meet with NEPBA Lobbyist Steve Panagiotakos who will lead the group to meet with State Representatives and Senators on this important legislation.
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The NEPBA continues to keep the Vermont Labor Relations Board busy counting election ballots. The two latest vote tallies for the City of Vergennes Vermont Police and the Town of Lyndon Police Association bargaining units elected the New England Police Benevolent Association as the exclusive bargaining unit representative.
The New England Police Benevolent Association continues to expand in Vermont as Vergennes Police Union and Lyndon Police Association became the latest members of the largest and fastest growing law enforcement labor organization ...Continue Reading →
Dear Distinguished Members of the Massachusetts State Legislature;
As the Executive Director of the New England Police Benevolent Association, Inc for over 14 years and as a retired 33 year law enforcement veteran, including over 28 years with Lowell Police Department. I not only speak as a retired police officer and a law enforcement labor leader, but as the father of a member of the Massachusetts Port Authority Police Department.
I have had the distinct pleasure of speaking before both the ...Continue Reading →