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Police and Law Enforcement Home    >    Police News    >    Tony Wieners Re-Elected PBA President


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PBA President
Anthony Wieners Elected
to Second Term
Monday, February 11, 2013  12:21 a.m.


Last week, delegates representing 350 PBA locals from around New Jersey cast their vote for who would lead the New Jersey State PBA for the next three years.  The incumbent, Anthony Wieners, received "unanimous support."

Vice-President Keith Dunn was also reelected to another term.

The state office released a statement Sunday:

At a state meeting in Atlantic City on Tuesday, Anthony “Tony” Wieners was elected to another three year term as State PBA President. “I was humbled by the unanimous support of the 350 delegates who were in attendance,“ said Anthony Wieners. Wieners, who has served as President of New Jersey’s largest law enforcement union since 2008, admitted the past few years have been challenging. “There has been an 11% loss of officers in the past four years statewide. Many officers have had their health care and pension cost double while the State continues to skip pension payments. The challenges of finances and crime continue to mount”, said Wieners.

Anthony Wieners explained that while the past few years have been demanding, he looks forward to representing some of “finest” men and women in New Jersey. “Everyday these men and women go out on the streets to protect our communities with fewer resources and greater challenges. We must work with the elected leaders in Trenton to let these officers’ voices be heard”, said Wieners. He pointed to his creation of the NJ Cop Shot program, outreach efforts through the Survivor and Welfare Committee, partnering on NJ Cops magazine, suicide prevention awareness and education, and expanding member services as some of his accomplishments.

Wieners is a 32 year law enforcement officer from Belleville. His Executive Vice President Keith Dunn, a Clark police detective was also re elected. The New Jersey State PBA is 116 year old with 33,000 members, is based in Woodbridge.






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