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PBA Local 144

 

 

Policemen's Benevolent Association

 The Police Officers of the Berkeley Heights Police Department are members of the New Jersey State Policemen's Benevolent Association, Local 144. The Berkeley Heights PBA is an organization involved in maintaining and securing a good working environment for it's members. In addition, the PBA supports many civic groups and organizations such as The Special Olympics and Toys for Tots. The PBA also provides aid to members during times of illness of injury.

The Berkeley Heights P.B.A. will never solicit donations over the telephone. If you suspect someone is misrepresenting themselves to be soliciting on behalf of the Berkeley Heights P.B.A. or the Berkeley Heights Police Department, please call and report the incident immediately.

 

President -  Detective Mark Stallone
Vice-President - Patrolman Edward Gaffney
Delegate - Detective Patrick Moran
Treasurer - Detective Joseph Williams

Secretary - Patrolman Andrew Glaydura

 

 

 

December 2010 PBA 144 & PBA 322 Toys for Tots Drive

 

 

   

     Current and former members pictured in 2009

                                             

 

Berkeley Heights PBA Holds Toys for Tots Drive
By Berkeley Heights PBA
12/26/2009


The Berkeley Heights PBA Local 144 held its annual holiday party and Toys for Tots Drive on December 17, 2009.  It teamed up with Long Hill BPA Local 322 for the Toy Drive.     

Pictured in the photo: From Left to Right: Long Hill Det. Gary Bauer; Berkeley Heights PD Det. William Ives; Berkeley Heights PD Det. Patrick Moran and Long Hill PD Cpl. Matt Newsscwander.

The Berkeley Heights PBA also introduced 2 new PBA Silver Life Honorary Membership Cards into their local, Kenny Hall and Michael Cranston. This is the Highest honor that can be bestowed on a civilian by the PBA. Awards were also given out to past Silver Life Honorary members, Harry Mathis and Jerry Spitzberg, for there continued support of the Berkeley Heights PBA.

 

 

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