I hope everyone had a Happy New Year!
It's hard to believe that’s it has been a year since the leadership changed here at the PBA. Looking back over the first 12 months of me having the privilege of serving as your President, the year has definitely been a year of transition.
First, I want to start by saying Happy New Year to everyone. The end of this month makes one year that your new PBA took office. People always say that timing is everything, and for the many years that I have served on the Board of Directors I have always wanted to have a bigger role within the organization.
The month of January is here and I for one look forward to the new challenges of the new year. In a short amount of time the new administration, here at that PBA has worked hard to accomplish all the goals set by our new president. This new administration does not intend to rest, as we continue to address the many concerns of our members.
Congratulations to all the MDPD Officers and Sergeants that placed on the respective Police Sergeant and Police Lieutenant eligibility lists. Your PBA enjoyed hosting the 9-week supervisory exam preparation course that was organized by Major Brian Rafky. One-hundred percent of the proceeds raised were donated to the Casiano family.