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Thank you, for visiting the Florida PBA. We are the largest and most effective professional association of law enforcement officers in Florida.

We hope that you will find the information on these pages useful and that you will come back many times in the future.

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Florida Police Benevolent Association membership is open to all certified law enforcement and corrections officers regardless of race, creed, sex or national origin. The Association is made up of semi-autonomous charters formed on a county-wide or regional basis, and local or statewide chapters.

Our Services

LEGAL SERVICES

As a member of the Florida PBA, one of the primary benefits of membership is legal assistance. Florida PBA has two “in-house” attorneys and over 40 retained attorneys to provide the best legal services available to Florida’s law enforcement officers…

MEMBERSHIP SERVICES

PBA provides full-time and retained attorneys 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…

CONTRACT SERVICES

Our negotiators have vast experience and expertise in every aspect of labor agreements, from pay comparisons to pension benefits, and we use this expertise to win you the best benefits package possible…

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First recipient of a generator! Thank you so much again to our donor, Bin Deals Palm City. 🙌 ... See MoreSee Less

First recipient of a generator! Thank you so much again to our donor, Bin Deals Palm City. 🙌
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PBA teamed up with Palm Beach Sheriff’s Office to give 30 generators to law enforcement officers in need on the west coast of Florida. These generators were so graciously donated by Bin Deals Palm City and we couldn’t be more thankful!

Thank you to all who attended the funeral for Deputy Michael Hartwick yesterday. It was a moving tribute to his 19 years of dedication to the citizens of Pinellas County. The outpouring of support for both the family and our agency has been amazing.

(1/3): 🔺MISSING JUVENILE:
The Clay County Sheriff's Office needs our community's help locating Kaylah Jo Hout, Missing from the Orange Park area. Kaylah is 16 years of age, 5'8" tall, 280 lbs., with brown hair, and brown eyes.

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