The Fairfield Police Benevolent Association (FPBA) was incorporated in October 1946 as the Fairfield Police Benefit Association. It has since been re-named the Fairfield Police Benevolent Association.
The purpose of the FPBA as spelled out in its By-Laws, was to “Unite the members of the Fairfield Police Department in a fraternal, social and benevolent association for their mutual benefit, protection and improvement, to promote good will among its members; to foster, cultivate and improve the social, educational and occupational relations of the members; to increase and broaden the interest of the members in the pursuit of the police profession; to encourage and foster high standards in police work and to improve the standards of efficiency of the members; to gather receive and disseminate useful information; to sponsor, conduct, arrange and supervise athletic, recreational and social activities; to contribute to charitable organizations and to assist, by financial or other help, sick, disabled or needy police officers or former police officers or members of their families”.
Currently and through out the years, the FPBA has continued to fulfill these ideals by providing its members with activities and events that foster friendship and camaraderie between members, their families and the community. The PBA has also greatly increased its commitment to emphasize the “Benevolent” in its name. The PBA makes numerous donations to local charities, educational programs and community organizations.
Anyone wishing to make a donation to the Fairfield PBA can mail a check or money order to:
100 Reef Road
Fairfield, CT 06824