Sergeants Benevolent Association of the NYPD

SERGEANTS BENEVOLENT ASSOCIATION

THE TOUGHEST JOB IN THE WORLD!

SERGEANTS BENEVOLENT ASSOCIATION

THE TOUGHEST JOB IN THE WORLD!

SERGEANTS BENEVOLENT ASSOCIATION

THE TOUGHEST JOB IN THE WORLD!

Unrivaled Excellence

The unique daily challenges of NYPD Sergeants makes them the most visible and respected frontline police supervisors in the world.

Vincent J. Vallelong

President

A Message from The President

Dear Fellow Sergeant,

We hope that you enjoyed the holiday season and are looking forward to the New Year with excitement and enthusiasm. Our primary goal is to finalize the contract and correct the pay disparity that affects some newly promoted Sergeants. We understand the frustration brought about by this untenable situation and assure you that we are working…

Vincent J. Vallelong
President

Frontline

Magazine

Frontline, the SBA’s digital magazine, is now posted on the web site. Read about the heroic actions, accomplishments, and historical legacies of active and retired Sergeants, as well our legislative efforts in Washington, D.C. and important issues related to Health and Welfare.

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In-network dentists have agreed to payment rates for various services and cannot charge you more. On the other hand, out- of-network dentists don’t have a contract with us and are able to bill you for the difference between the total amount we allow to be paid for a service – called the “maximum allowed amount”- and the amount…[+]

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Children’s Fund

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a tribute to our history

The roots of the SBA run as deep as those of the City of New York. In 1899, just one year after the consolidation of the city’s five boroughs and the formation of the NYPD as we know it today, the Department’s supervisory officers formed a fraternal organization known as the Police Sergeants Endowment and Benevolent Association. Click here for more information.