Yonkers Police Benevolent Association
Dedication and Commitment | Bravery and Service | Pride and Honor
WELCOME TO THE YPBA
Welcome to the official website of the Yonkers Police Benevolent Association. We invite you to take a look around and learn more about our organization. We hope that you enjoy your visit and that you find it useful and informative.
Let us, the elected leaders of this association, remain forever vigilant to ensure that we have both the trust and the confidence of our membership. We have been chosen to be the protector of those who protect.
The men and women of this association uphold a sworn and solemn oath. They have chosen this profession to stand in the gap, to put themselves in harm’s way. We the leadership have also taken an oath and we must remain strong in our commitment to our members. We must lead by example and always remember that there is strength in unity.
So it is us, the elected leaders who must always be committed to making sure that our members are comfortable with the rewards of their commitments, and while making them comfortable, strive to always increase their rewards.
The Yonkers PBA takes great pride in its community and is always looking for opportunities to give back.
Here are some of the ways that we get involved with our local community:
Yonkers B.R.I.C.K. Program
Yonkers PBA Community BBQs
Yonkers Force High School Football Team
Yonkers resident requests special police protection for his home
May 23, 2023
Jamaal Bowman made defunding the police central to his political identity, asked for and received a special police detail to guard his Yonkers home in the days following the Jan. 6 Learn More: Here
Officers Rally in Support of Disabled Police Officer
May 23, 2023
Disabled Officers are being stripped of health coverage amidst the pandemic. Learn More: Here
‘Two people are dead now because of these laws’: Yonkers homicides spur bail reform complaints
May 23, 2023
Yonkers police say the man facing charges for allegedly killing two women in their home was arrested for a different crime a few days earlier but was out because of New York's bail reform laws. An FBI complaint was issued against 27-year-old Luis Gabriel Ramos for unlawful flight to avoid prosecution. The document claims Ramos knowingly left New York to avoid charges in connection with the double murder in Yonkers. It gives insight into the days after the alleged killings. On Nov. 1, Ramos borrowed a car and failed to return it to a co-worker. On Nov. 2, Ramos's ex-girlfriend told Yonkers police that...