"Our benefits package and customer service is what sets us apart from other law enforcement organizations," said SSPBA Director of Communications and Public Affairs, Tim Reichert.
MCDONOUGH, GA (PRWEB) January 07, 2013
The Southern States Police Benevolent Association proudly announces that it has reached a membership milestone of 30,000 members. The association, founded in 1986, has grown by more than 10,000 members since 2004 and membership continues to steadily increase. The SSPBA contributes its continued success and growth to its outstanding legal benefits and dedication to its members.
"Our benefits package and customer service is what sets us apart from other law enforcement organizations. Law enforcement officers cannot afford not to be a member of the PBA," said Southern States PBA Director of Communications and Public Affairs, Tim Reichert.
The Southern States Police Benevolent Association is composed of more than 30,000 law enforcement officers employed by federal, state, county and municipal governments from 11 southern states: Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, and West Virginia. This professional association, funded by membership dues and citizen contributions, provides legal, disciplinary and other representation to officers who are members. The SSPBA represents sworn law enforcement officers and support personnel by providing legal services and advocating changes to improve the quality of work life for citizens employed in all aspects of criminal justice. They also represent their members through aggressive political action.
“As a law enforcement officer, members of the SSPBA receive many benefits. The SSPBA provides the absolute best services out there. From our legal services to the accidental death benefit package, the SSPBA is dedicated to taking care our members,” said Southern States PBA Director of Communications and Public Affairs, Tim Reichert.
The Southern States Police Benevolent Association continues to be the voice of law enforcement officers across the Southeast.
For more information on how to become a member of the Southern States Police Benevolent Association please visit http://www.sspba.org.