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Action CenterOPBA Member Assistance Program
NEW MEMBER BENEFIT The OPBA is very concerned with the mental and physical well being of our members. It is obvious-now more than ever-that job related trauma, depression, anxiety, PTSD, and substance abuse is an issue that needs to be immediately addressed. To that end, the OPBA is launching a Member Assistance Program on August 1, 2019. Please watch this video for a brief introduction on what is included in the program.
What We Do
The Ohio Patrolmen’s Benevolent Association (OPBA) has been fighting for those in law enforcement since 1973. We provide legal and bargaining representation to our members by employing seasoned and knowledgeable labor attorneys.
Who We Are
Our staff is made up of hard working men and women who know workers' rights. The OPBA employs nine attorneys with backgrounds in labor, employment, and criminal law. We also have one business agent as a member of our team.
Who We Represent
The Ohio Patrolmen’s Benevolent Association (OPBA) represents employees of governmental or quasi-governmental police agencies or such retirees, in the State of Ohio. This association exists to provide aid and protection, education, and for the general welfare of its members and their families and for the betterment of police and people of their communities.Upcoming Events
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