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VIRGINIA BEACH
Police Benevolent Association
LOCAL 34

The Virginia Beach Police Benevolent Association Local 34 is honored to support the morale and welfare of our members as well as strengthen our partnership with the citizens with whom we are sworn to protect.


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MEMBER BENEFITS

  • PBA Legal Plan
  • Counseling
  • Education & Training
  • PBA Library
  • Death Benefit
  • Light Duty / No Duty Financial Assistance Benefit
  • Athletic Events / Family Activities
  • Newborn Benefit
  • Flowers

BECOME A MEMBER

This list replaces any/all existing lists*, and is subject to change any time, with majority approval of the PBA's Executive Board. All members will be notified whenever any revisions are adopted, and all benefits and restrictions apply equally to all members, including Executive Board members.*This list does not rescind or alter any of the provisions of the PBA "investment account" benefit that was discontinued approximately a decade ago, but from which some long-time members are still eligible for payouts, upon their promotion or separation from the department.

2015 VB Public Rally in Support of VB Police

2015 VB Public Rally in Support of VB Police

2015 VB Public Rally in Support of VB Police

2015 VB Public Rally in Support of VB Police

2015 VB Public Rally in Support of VB Police

2015 VB Public Rally in Support of VB Police

2015 VB Public Rally in Support of VB Police

2015 VB Public Rally in Support of VB Police

2015 VB Public Rally in Support of VB Police

2015 VB Public Rally in Support of VB Police

On behalf of the Virginia Beach Department of Human Services, I want to begin by thanking everyone for the overwhelming support you provided to our 2013 Holiday Project Program. Because of your generosity, wishes came true for hundreds of Virginia Beach families and Foster Children. Approximately 1,421 children awoke on Christmas morning to find fabulous gifts under their trees and enjoyed dinner and special treats.

January 7, 2014: Michelle Streuli, Holiday Project Coordinator, Dept. of Human Services