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  • From the Desk of the EVP - October 2018
    Updated On: Oct 03, 2018
    JOHN A. JENKINS, PBA Exec. Vice President
    The month of October has always been my favorite month. Not only is it my birthday month, but just as change for the better came to the Dade County PBA in January, so will positive change come to the Florida PBA. I want to congratulate our new Florida PBA President, John Kazanjian, and the new Executive Board, for officially taking the reins on October 1st. President Kazanjian, known as Kaz to most, is a seasoned law enforcement and PBA professional. Our profession is continually evolving, and I am confident that we have a new leader that will place the membership and the needs of our members first. Congrats again, Kaz and the new Board. Your friends at the Dade County PBA look forward to following your leadership as you take the organization to the next level.
    If you were not aware, the Dade County PBA already represents the brave men and woman of the Key West Police Department. With that said, we want to take the time to welcome our newest members to the PBA family: the Monroe County Deputy Sheriff's and Detention Deputies. After much interest by its bargaining members, I had the privilege, back in September, of visiting and speaking with many of them from Key Largo to Stock Island to discuss issues and concerns facing them. Myself along with President Stahl, General Counsel Andrew Axelrad, Assistant General Counsel Brendan Coyle, and Attorney Michael Braverman, we discussed the many benefits the PBA has to offer as their bargaining unit. After positive feedback and the long-anticipated election, these newest members voted to have the Dade County PBA as their new bargaining unit representative. We welcome you and look forward to representing you. 
    I would be remiss if I did not mention two PBA members and former Monroe County Sheriff's Deputies who took the time to assist us in making this happen. Miami-Dade Police Officers Lee and Ryan Cowart took time from their own busy lives to meet and talk to many of their former colleagues. These two have a healthy respect for their brothers and sisters in Monroe County and wanted to ensure that they have a voice that will fight for them. Thank you, Lee and Ryan, for assisting us.
    I also want to thank all those that came out and joined us for our first PBA Cigar Social. We had a great time meeting up with friends and colleagues for a fun time of fellowship. If you missed it, we plan on having another one so be on the lookout for the next date. Please don't forget to come out and join us for our pink-themed, breast cancer awareness Domino Tournament on October 19th (see the ad below). Wear pink or purchase a pink “arrest breast cancer” t-shirt at the PBA. All proceeds will benefit the Love Fund, Inc., a 501(c)(3) charity that assists members in times of need.     
    If you have any questions, concerns or developing issues please do not hesitate to contact me at 305-593-0044 or via email at jenkins@dcpba.org.  

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