Who We Are
The Florida Police Benevolent Association, Inc. (PBA) was established in 1972. A professional association of law enforcement officers, the PBA is a strong steady advocate for law enforcement officers and their families. PBA specializes in protecting law enforcement officers through legal, legislative and political action.
Times have changed since 1972, but Florida PBA has not forgotten its goals and we will continue to furnish the best, most effective representation possible.
United we can set and accomplish even greater goals!
What We Offer
PBA Provides full-time in-house and retained attorneys and staff representatives to handle your discipline cases, as well as your decertification cases before the Criminal Justice Standards and Training Commission.
PBA provides an attorney to represent you at the scene of an on-duty shooting or serious injury.
PBA provides an attorney if you are named as a defendant in any civil or criminal action arising out of the scope of your duties as a law enforcement officer.
This program provides, free to members, a death benefit of up to $30,000 and a catastrophic injury benefit of up to $20,000 to the member, spouse or dependent children when the member is killed or suffers a catastrophic injury in the line of duty.
PBA maintains a professional staff of lobbyists to aid in obtaining legislation beneficial to law enforcement and corrections officers and support personnel.
Director of Business and Services
Glenda Gail Lowery
Administrative Director of Operations
Stephanie Dobson Webster
Deputy General Counsel
Assistant General Counsel
Director of Research