New England Police Benevolent Association, Inc.
Welcome to the official website of the New England Police Benevolent Association, Inc. and the on-line home of the fastest-growing law enforcement organization in the northeastern United States.
The New England PBA, Inc. is certified as a non-profit 501(c) (5) corporation as defined by the IRS and we are incorporated in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and registered with the Massachusetts Labor Relations
Commission, as well as the State of New Hampshire and the New Hampshire Labor Relations Commission, in an effort to exclusively represent law enforcement professionals and their support staff. Our staff has extensive expertise in both law enforcement and labor relations; we are truly an organization of law enforcement professionals, who represent only law enforcement professionals and their support staff.
Our representatives and legal staff are uniquely qualified to assist your organization with any labor related matter or with any legal issue involving any job related action, while in the performance of your duties. Our staff of law enforcement professionals brings both a wealth of knowledge and a commitment to service not seen in any other law enforcement labor organization within this region. We are committed to servicing our members in a professional and prompt manner, utilizing the knowledge and expertise we have acquired to obtain the positive results you expect and demand from the region’s premier law enforcement labor union.
Our legal teams of attorneys are well-respected and well-versed in the area of labor relations and experts in law enforcement related issues, particularly those specialized fields of expertise facing the law enforcement professionals of today. We demand the same professionalism and expertise of our staff, as your employer expects of you and your members. Moreover, we are committed to providing quality representation and knowledgeable experience in the areas of contract negotiations, discipline, unfair labor practices, civil service, state or federal civil rights cases or any legal issue which may result from any job related action; while in the performance of your duties or which may adversely affect your status of employment with your employer.
We believe our members need to be properly trained, accurately equipped and well compensated; but their health and well being is paramount to the success of our organization and we are committed to that investment. We are proud to say that we are the only law enforcement labor organization in the region who has contracted with a professional law enforcement based stress management team to assist our members and their families with the personal difficulties often associated with law enforcement – at absolutely NO COST to the member.
Our motto of “Representing New England’s Finest” is paramount to the success and growth of our organization and our record of accomplishment is as far reaching as our geographic area. We are committed to providing our members with the type of service they can be proud of and the type of representation they can depend on. Our “Rapid Response Unit” will be at your location in the event of a catastrophic situation such as an officer involved shooting, an officer involved motor vehicle accident or any emergency situation where legal union representation is needed, and like you – we will respond 365/24/7.
MASS HRD CIVIL SERVICE PROMOTIONAL EXAM SURVEY NEEDS PARTICIPATION
Massachusetts HRD has indicated that there is a need for greater participation in the exam survey. There has been limited participation up to now. The response goal is 300 participants for Captain, 350 participants for Lieutenant and 420 participants for Sergeant. The survey was designed by the vendor and is necessary to defend any future […]
NEPBA Wins Case in Front of the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court
From the desk of Executive Secretary Bill Ryan After the New England Police Benevolent Association, Inc., Local 192 (NEPBA), replaced the International Brotherhood of Teamsters, Local 25 (Local 25), as the exclusive bargaining representative for the emergency dispatchers in the city of Chelsea (City), the NEPBA sought to arbitrate a grievance regarding the termination of […]
NEPBA LOCAL 174 BOSTON MUNICIPAL POLICE RECOGNIZED BY MAYOR WU AND CITY COUNCIL
On Tuesday, March 7 at approximately 1400 hours a citizen was entering Boston City Hall and fell over the counter at security checkpoint at 3rd floor lobby entrance. Officer Kania realized the man was unconscious and lowered him to the floor to check for a pulse. She immediately realized there was no pulse, she requested […]