NJ State PBA Donates
to Boston Reward Fund
Wednesday, April 17,
The New Jersey State Policemen’s
Benevolent Association in connection with their partner union in Boston,
the Boston Police Patrolmen’s Association (BPPA) will be offering a
reward for the capture of the suspects responsible for the attacks on
The two unions have a long working
In the hours after the attacks New
Jersey State PBA President Tony Wieners reached out to BPPA President
Thomas Nee to extend his support and prayers for the Boston community.
“We had representatives in Boston last week for meetings and we have a
close relationship. They have always been there for us, from Hurricane
Sandy to September 11th. We will support them in whatever they need.”
The New Jersey State PBA is adding
$25,000 to the reward fund.
The fund is being established by Boston
Police Patrolmen’s Association, Professional Fire Fighters of
Massachusetts, Boston Fire Fighters Local 718, Boston Police Superior
Officers Federation and Boston Police Detectives Benevolent Society.