PBA of New York State
In Honor and Memory of the Fallen
PBA of New York State Members and officials bowed their heads in prayer and traveled to the services to offer their condolences to the families and friends of New York City Police Officer Peter Figoski; Town of Ulster (NY) Police Officer Travis Nessin; and Virginia Tech Police Officer Deriek Crouse who died this week. These untimely losses remind us of how lives can be irreparably altered in an instant.
PBA News and Updates
Round the Clock Drunk Bus between UB Campuses Needs to be Shut DownTuesday, September 22, 2015
Let’s not be naïve. The idea that hundreds of University at Buffalo students are boarding campus shuttles after midnight on weekends to hit the libraries and use campus labs is about as likely as students writing term papers on typewriters and living in single-sex dorms with curfews.
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Union Boss Bristles at Cuomo’s Critique of Campus CopsFriday, September 18, 2015
A leader for the union representing police at state university campuses in Oneonta, Cobleskill, Delhi and other public colleges is taking exception to Gov. Andrew Cuomo's suggestion that university officers have tried to make the issue of campus sexual assault "go away."
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PBA of NYS Law Enforcement Backs Sen. Murphy’s Proposal to Improve Safety at State ParksMonday, September 14, 2015
The Police Benevolent Association of New York State Law Enforcement (PBA of NYS) is expressing support for a five-point plan proposed by Sen. Terrence Murphy that would strengthen police presence at state parks and increase public protection.
Lt. Paul Adam - ObituaryFriday, September 11, 2015
Paul C. Adam, age 54, resident of Pulaski since 1988, formerly of Fair Haven, passed away Tuesday at Crouse Hospital in Syracuse.
Retired Member Lt. Paul AdamWednesday, September 09, 2015
It is with sadness that the PBA notes the passing of retired New York State Environmental Conservation Police Lieutenant Paul Adam. Paul retired in 2012 after a long successful career as a lawman.
He started his career as a SUNY university police officer before becoming an environmental conservation officer in 1986. He retired as the training lieutenant assigned to the DEC training academy in Pulaski. Paul will be remembered for many things, especially his humor and wit which got many new officers through the sometimes stressful basic academies.
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- Round the Clock Drunk Bus between UB Campuses Needs to be Shut Down
- Union Boss Bristles at Cuomo’s Critique of Campus Cops
- PBA of NYS Law Enforcement Backs Sen. Murphy’s Proposal to Improve Safety at State Parks
- Lt. Paul Adam - Obituary
- Retired Member Lt. Paul Adam
- Police Union Asks Governor to Clarify Comments Regarding the Policing of Campus Sexual Assaults
- Niagara County Officer Receives “Officer of the Year Award” for Outstanding Service
- SUNY Canton Police Officer Honored for Preventing a Suicide