WASHINGTON COUNTY DEPUTY SHERIFF'S PBA (WCDSPBA)
  • Sheriff’s Office Sergeant retires after 25 years of service

    Sheriff’s Office Sergeant retires after 25 years of service

    A long time member of the Washington County Sheriff’s Office has officially hung up his gun belt after completing twenty five years of service to the citizens of Washington County. Sgt. John Korzeniecki began his career in October of 1988 as a Deputy and worked his way up to the rank of Sergeant in 1997.(…)

  • Sheriff’s Office names new K-9 in honor of fallen investigator

    Sheriff’s Office names new K-9 in honor of fallen investigator

    The Washington County Sheriff’s Office has announced a new K-9.  Brucha, (pronounced “brew-sha.”)who is a female German Shepard. Deputy Travis Earl will be Brucha’s handler and the two are working towards Brucha earning her badge.   Names and words using combinations of letters from the late Sr. Investigator Bruce Hamilton’s name were looked into. Brucha(…)

  • PBA holds news conference to address police haters, resisting arrest

    PBA holds news conference to address police haters, resisting arrest

    The PBA and SBA conducted a joint news conference to address police haters, resisting arrest and to set the record straight on the tragic death in custody of Eric Garner. Watch the entire, unedited 36 minute long video shot by the PBA:

The Washington County Deputy Sheriff’s  Police Benevolent Association’s  general purpose is to promote professionalism among law enforcement and to protect the rights and privileges of  sworn-law enforcement officer who are members.

In addition we provide labor relations assistance and collective bargaining services for contract negotiations as well as  legal, disciplinary and other representation to officers who are members.

We support programs in the community and routinely donate to community activities including funding the Lt. Donald Nassivera Memorial Scholarship in the criminal justice field. We support the Washington County community and have provided financial support and outreach for both individuals and the community in which we live and work.

We just recently authorized funds for the creation and initialization of a Washington County Deputy Sheriff’s PBA child safety seat fitting station which will make it much easier for the community to find a reliable location with trained members to inspect and certify vehicles and child safety seats. The program is being led by PBA member Investigator Kristen Hardy and you can contact her at 746-2475, ext. 3722.

We are a professional law enforcement association joined together with professional members that seek to protect the rights of our fellow employees.

1st Lt. Earl Morrow

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