The Ohio Patrolmen's Benevolent Association (O.P.B.A)
The Ohio Patrolmen's Benevolent Association (O.P.B.A) represents police departments and law enforcement agencies throughout Ohio including ranking officers and chiefs.Membership in the O.P.B.A is limited to duly appointed, sworn police and law enforcement officers, correction officers and dispatchers of governmental or quasi-governmental police departments or police agencies or such retired officers, or dispatchers, located within the State of Ohio. This association exists to provide aid and protection to its members, for the education of its members, for the general welfare of its members and their families and for the betterment of police and people of their communities.
Board of Directors Meeting Thursday November 6th
The next regular Board of Director's meeting is scheduled for Thursday November 6, 2014. The meeting will be held at the OPBA office. We are located in the Royalton Business Park at 10147 Royalton Road, Suite J, North Royalton, OH 44133. (Six Miles West of 1-77 and 2 1/2 Miles East of 1-71) We hope to see many of you at the OPBA Office on Thursday November 6, As usual, the meeting will begin at 7:30 p.m.
- Message from the Executive Director
- Planning for your Retirement
- Wives Behind the Badge
- After seizing a cell phone incident to arrest, get a warrant prior to searching it!
- Striving for Perfect Objectivity in the World of Police Promotions
- Collective Bargaining
- Two Federal Cases Revisited
- The SERB Wage Increase Breakdown
- MEETING ANNOUNCEMENT
- Miami Township Police is accepting resumes
- Job Announcement
- Understanding Annuities Life is confusing…and so are annuities!
- The Hopper Act: An Added Protection for Officer Safety
- CELL PHONE SEARCH AND SEIZURE ISSUES -- TWO IMPORTANT SUPREME COURT CASES TO WATCH IN THE WEEKS AHEAD
- IN RE CITY OF GREEN: SERB AGAIN TAKES ON THE PART-TIME QUESTION
- Education is Key in Managing Member Expectations
- Tips on Interviewing Juveniles
- Six Years Later and Still Fighting to Recover
- Monitoring Risk in a Volatile Market
- Public Records