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    Representing those brave enough, strong enough and proud enough to wear the badge.

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What We Do

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What WeStand For

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It was a pleasure to host yesterday Attorney General Ashley Moody as she presented a Back the Blue Award to the Florida Association of Crime Stoppers for their help in expanding Florida’s **TIPS tip line to nationwide use. The Back the Blue campaign highlights law enforcement officers, citizens and organizations that bring closer law enforcement and the community.

About South Florida PBA

Since 1963, the South Florida Police Benevolent Association has worked closely with community-based citizen organizations to enact positive change in South Florida and establish a good relationship between law enforcement officers and the community. As an aggressive, pro-active union of professionals and past law enforcement officers, it seeks to protect the rights of all members and promote professionalism in law enforcement.

Our Members

As the largest police union in the state of Florida, the SFLPBA is honored to represent more than 6,500 law enforcement and corrections officers, county and city employees, as well as 40 other agencies, from Miami-Dade County all the way south to Monroe County and Key West. Click the icons below to find out more about the bargaining units it proudly advocates for.

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