Must Reads

The PERCs of being a PBA member

By Mitchell Krugel | January 21, 2022

Middlesex County Sheriff’s members confirm that changing representation is out of order An attempted coup in Middlesex County Sheriff’s Local 165 PERColated again in December. A new collective bargaining agreement…

Here’s to Paul

By Mitchell Krugel | December 21, 2021

Port Authority Local 116 President concludes a career of never stopping to fight for his members Digging through the Trade Center rubble on Sept. 11, Paul Nunziato searched for 13…

Shot Storm

By Mitchell Krugel | December 21, 2021

What happens when jurisdictions impose a vaccine mandate on officers Rules. Think about how many times during a workday, a law enforcement officer must follow a rule. Every workday since…

Santa’s PBA Sleighs

By Mitchell Krugel | December 21, 2021

PBA Toy Drive inspires members to fill up a convoy of trailers with gifts for children in foster care By Esther Gonzales Photos by Ed Carattini Jr. All eyes turned…

Convention Ascension

By Mitchell Krugel | November 21, 2021

An agenda filled with scintillating speakers and imperative information keeps members in – and on the edge of – their seats in San Diego Look around the ballroom of the…

GOP wins stun ‘Blue’ NJ

By Rob Nixon | November 21, 2021

2021 New Jersey Election Analysis The 2021 election was predicted to be boring. All the polls pointed to an easy win for Governor Murphy. Democrats outnumbered Republicans in voter registration…

Quota Killer

By Mitchell Krugel | October 16, 2021

NJSPBA’s relentless effort leads to governor singing bill to prohibit ticket quotas When NJSPBA Executive Vice President Marc Kovar walked a beat as a patrol officer in Passaic, he heard…

We’re Back

By Mitchell Krugel | October 16, 2021

NJ’s Strongest PBA hockey teams makes a valiant return The NJSPBA hockey team received a rousing accompaniment back to the ice when Gloucester County Local 122 rep Mike Tirado’s nephew,…

Flood, Sweat and Tears

By Mitchell Krugel | October 16, 2021

NJSPBA members brave Hurricane Ida’s wrath to perform heroic rescues across the state Hopewell Local 342 member Robert Voorhees held on to a tree for dear life, ankle over ankle,…