You have found the homepage of the Freeport Police Benevolent Association.
The Freeport PBA was established in 1928 and now consists of ninety-one members of the Freeport Police Department. Our members range in the rank of Police Officer to Detective Lieutenant.
The Freeport PBA is an active participant in many fraternal organizations that strive for the betterment of police. Some of the organizations the Freeport PBA is a member of are the Nassau Police Conference and Police Conference in New York.
In addition, the Freeport PBA remains a strong influence in the community. Our members are involved with countless programs that benefit the Village of Freeport. Some of these programs include the Indenti-Child/Kiddie-Print program and Senior Citizen luncheon.
The Freeport PBA is also an active member of many organizations in the Village of Freeport like the Chamber of Commerce. The Freeport PBA also participates in many charitable functions and donates thousands of dollars to the worthy causes they represent.
Freeport PBA Endorses The Unity Home Rule Party
After careful consideration, the Freeport PBA has decided to endorse the entire slate of candidates running under the Unity Home Rule Party in the Freeport Village’s March 19, 2013 elections. The PBA believes that Robert Kennedy, Mayor; Carmen Pineyro and Ron Ellerbe, Trustees; and V. Roy Cacciatore, Village Judge are the best team to lead Freeport out of the turmoil of the Hardwick era.
Please vote the Unity Home Rule Party in and give Freeport a chance to recover over the next four years.
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