Oct 29, 2014
October 29, 2015
Contact: Ashley Walker
Public Safety Officials Join Superintendent Robert Runcie to Highlight the Safety Needs Addressed by the $800 million school bond effort
FORT LAUDERDALE— The $800 million Broward School bond referendum on the November 4th ballot will help fund critical safety projects in public schools across the county. The bond will help address building safety issues, such as fixing roofs, windows and drainage as well as providing single point of entry and security cameras for our Broward public schools. Public Safety Officials join Superintendent Robert Runcie as they highlight the safety aspects of the bond.
When: Thursday, October 30th at 10 AM
Where: Broward County Police Benevolent Association Hall
Who: Broward Superintendent Robert Runcie
The Broward school bond referendum is on the November 4th ballot. If passed by voters, the bond offering seeks to raise $800 million, which will cover the district’s most critical capital projects identified through an independent needs assessment of Broward county schools.
ABOUT: Citizens for Safe and Modern Schools is a coalition of community and business leaders supporting the Broward school bond referendum on the ballot on November 4th. Registered as a political committee, the coalition has been reaching out to Broward voters and educating them about the bond. Community leader and children’s advocate, Alan Levy is the chairman of the political committee.
Oct 13, 2014
Oct 9, 2014
The County Administrator has responded to the PBA letter regarding mold at B.S.O.'s District 5 HQ. Members may read the letter here.
Sept. 26, 2014
Read or Download the full report HERE.
Sept. 19, 2014
Representatives and Members,
PBA and BSO have been meeting on the issue of concealing visible tattoos on uniformed members with some type of garment. Colonel Dale and I have agreed to identify (6) members with tattoos to participate in a selection committee designed to test and evaluate garments which will address the objectives of the Sheriff’s Office. It was further agreed that BSO would provide the garment. Please contact Jeff Marano with the name of any member who has tattoos and wishes to participate in the process.
Sept. 19, 2014
Pick up your Charlie Christ for Governor yard signs at the BCPBA office.
2650 W. State Rd. 84, Fort Lauderdale, 33312
Office hours are 8:30 am to 4:30 pm M-F.
Our September issue is now available online. Click here to read the PDF version.
July 29, 2014
You can read The BCPBA's Proposed Bargaining Agreement to the City of Hollywood, and the response from the city.
From the City of Hollywood - http://www.bcpba.org/pdf/Proposed-Hollywood-City-Proposals.pdf
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If you would like to donate to help the family of Dillon Brooks please use the paypal link below.
If you would like to donate to Tyler Paquin, please use the paypal link below.
You can also can send checks to the BCPBA as follows:
Checks can be payable to BCPBA Hope Fund with either Dillon Brooks or Tyler Paquin written in the memo section and mailed to:
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BCPBA President Jeff Marano's Commentary
Read BCPBA President Jeff Marano's Latest Commentary at http://browardpba.wordpress.com/
The October 2014 issue of The Broward Centurion
is now available for download here.
July 11, 2014
Follow up about uniformed officers at a Rick Scott Political Event...
Yesterday we talked about the presence of uniformed officers, who seemed to be on duty, at a Rick Scott event and the coverage it received all over the press. Today we have found out that we have made the news in even more media sources, read on at the bottom of this message.
July 10, 2014
Commentary – "King George or George Patton?"
First of all thanks to TMOFS, a Detective who called the PBA regarding the Class "B" mandate for suckers stuck working the Fourth of July. Members stuck working the 4th have been wearing shorts and a POLO shirt since Ralph Lauren was in second grade. Bad enough you have to stand a post in the heat and greet the Hialeah residents as they come on to the beach, but now King George mandates the only POLO shirt which can be worn is the Marine Unit issued POLO. Well that excludes 90% of the members working that day. The best part is he issued this DA decision on the second of July. Good Luck as it takes several months to get a uniform request filled. A member pointed out on this holiday while the rest of the country was home celebrating. The 4th of July is where the American Colonists declared their independence from Great Britain and their tyrannical ruler, King George. Finally the local King... the boy king allowed for other POLO shirts to be worn after the PBA spent two days on the phone and e mail with HR to attempt to rectify this insanity. Remember the previous 10-19 times when you had some spare time to fill out the Uniform requests forms?
Led by a brass band, George Patton had marched into and liberated Palermo, donned in his class "A" uniform. On the 4th our little General strolled down the boardwalk waving at fans attending the celebration, as any true politician would do. In all honesty the people he was waving to, he most likely knew as they too live in Dade County.
Attached is a copy of the postcards CSR/KD sent out to mislead the public and coerce them to vote against the members in the referendum. Please take a minute and show the propaganda to the new Officers at HPD to show them what the City is capable of.
You can see the postcard here - http://bcpba.org/pdf/PDF-Special-Referendum-Election.pdf
The letter to the editor about the misuse of “crime mapping” was published on 7/9/14 in the Sun-Sentinel -
Also, I wanted to show you that we have been active in supporting candidates who are pro-law enforcement, and active in the defeat of candidates who are not - http://www.browardbeat.com/cops-union-takes-aim-at-commission-candidate/
Additionally, I made the public aware that officers who I believe were on duty, were appearing as campaign supporters for the election of Gov. Scott, this generated a lot of publicity. See bottom of page for links.
Reminder the first session for collective bargaining with the City of Hollywood is 7/28/14 at City Hall, room 215.
Reminder the evidentiary hearing for Goober is on 7/30/14 at 215 PM central courthouse.