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Welcome the East Fishkill Police Benevolent Association!

Mission Statement
The East Fishkill Police Benevolent Association Inc., (PBA), is a nonprofit, philanthropic organization, which serves the special interests of its members and the community.  The PBA is comprised of active East Fishkill Police Officers and retired officers as honorary members. The principal objective of the East Fishkill Police Benevolent Association Inc. shall be to promote the welfare of its members, aid them in their need for mutual benefits and protection and the improvement of their social and financial conditions through collective bargaining. The PBA will strive through unity, to promote greater security for the individual police officer and his/her dependants. We will fortify trusting relationships between our officers and our community.  We are committed to the prevention of crime and the protection of life and property.  The PBA survives through monthly dues paid by the members and donations from the community.  In recent years the money collected has been used to sponsor, conduct, arrange and supervise athletic, recreational and social activities; to contribute to charitable organizations, local families in need and to assist, by financial or other help sick or injured Police Officers.


Garrity Rights Reviewed
by Aaron Nisenson

In answer to requests from some of our members, we are posting here this summary of articles we have previously released concerning your Garrity Protection Rights.

1. What is Garrity Protection?

When and how is it used by Law Enforcement Officers?

The Garrity protections are some of the most fundamental in law enforcement. In Garrity v. New Jersey, the Supreme Court held that Officers are not required to sacrifice their right against self incrimination in order to retain their jobs. 385 U.S. 493 (1967). The basic premise of the Garrity protection is straightforward: First, an Officer cannot be compelled, by the threat of serious discipline, to make statements that may be used in a subsequent criminal proceeding; Second, an Officer cannot be terminated for refusing to waive his Fifth Amendment right to remain silent. Gardner v. Broderick, 392 U.S. 273 (1968). Therefore, if an Officer gives a coerced statement, the statement is “protected,” and cannot be used in a subsequent criminal prosecution.

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  Health Related to Law Enforcement POLICE AND STRESS

 Research shows police officers are at increased risk for cardiovascular events, possible suicide
By the nature of their jobs, many police officers face tremendous stress on a daily basis. Research has shown that police officers are at increased risk for cardiovascular events and may face an increased risk for suicide. Yet, police officers are in general an understudied occupational group. The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH), together with colleagues at the University at Buffalo (UB), is studying the effects of policing and stress on adverse metabolic and early stage (subclinical) cardiovascular outcomes with the ultimate goal of preventing these and other stress-related disorders.

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The PBA Golf outing will be held on August 4th, at the Branton Woods Golf Course


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