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  • From the Desk of the EVP - September 2018
    Updated On: Sep 05, 2018
    JOHN A. JENKINS, PBA Exec. Vice President
    The official last day of summer is September 22nd, and by now everyone has returned home from their summer vacations and trips with the family. The kids are back to school and our busy lives resume. Remember when you were young and in school and it seemed like summer break was long and the school year dragged? But, as you get older, you realize that the years fly by. You blink and it's the end of the year. 

    This has been a busy summer for your new PBA. We have been reestablishing and developing relationships that had unraveled or were forgotten throughout the years. We will continue to make the rounds and talk with our members. We recently had the pleasure of meeting and getting to know some of our members from the West Miami Police Department (pictured below). The PBA wants to thank them for their support, and the citizens of West Miami should be proud to know they are in good hands with their dedicated officers who are sworn to protect and serve. 

    We also want to thank and acknowledge the brave men and women of the Miami Gardens Police Department who took interest in their collective bargaining sessions. Coming together as a unit and having over 85 members in attendance for these sessions did not go unnoticed by the City Manager or his administration. I want to also thank our PBA General Counsel, Andrew Axelrad, and Assistant General Counsel, Brendan Coyle, for fighting for the benefits of these officers and for bringing the Miami Gardens officers a contract they will be proud of and ratify. 

    I want to congratulate the Correctional Officers Training (COT) 130 Class (pictured below) for their recent graduation and embarkment on their chosen profession. The corrections officer's job is no easy task. It takes a very special and brave individual to be confined inside the jail, unarmed, with some of the most hardened criminals. We salute you and remind you that we are here for you.  

     

    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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