The Hunterdon County Policemen's Benevolent Association is Hunterdon County's largest
police union.  We are comprised of Police Officers from the
following municipalities:  Flemington Boro, Frenchtown Boro, High Bridge
Boro, Holland Township, West Amwell Township, Town of Clinton, Delaware Township,  
Franklin Township, and The City of  Lambertville.

NEXT MEETING OF THE GENERAL MEMBERSHIP : Wednesday October 15th, 2014 In Frenchtown.

The 2014 Annual letter drive has been mailed out to residents and business owners of the towns we
serve. If you have any questions please feel free to contact your local police department. As a reminder
the P.B.A. does not do phone soliciting. We appreciate your continued support.

***Important Notice***

The State and Local PBAs DO NOT solicit for donations by the telephone. The Hunterdon County PBA
contacts the residents of Hunterdon County one time per year through the mail. Residents who
receive suspicious or harassing phone calls from telemarketers should do their best to record the
caller's name, phone number, and name of the group they are representing. Those calls should then
be reported to the NJ Division of Consumer Affairs Hotline by calling 1-800-242-5846.

Click here to make a Donation to PBA #188

Thank you for your support!


The media lately has been vilifying public employees, to include police officers, firefighters and
teachers saying we are a big reason why the residents of New Jersey are experiencing large tax
increases. Sgt. Michael Pocquat of the Mount Olive Township Police Department wrote a letter to the
editor which he sent to several newspapers in New Jersey but only a couple of them actually printed it.
Sgt. Pocquat's letter is printed and used here with his permission.

Follow this link to read Sgt. Pocquat's letter
P.O. Box 5195
Clinton, NJ 08809

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