The Norwalk Police Fund was founded in 1920 to provide life insurance benefits to both active and retired officers. During the 1950s, the Norwalk Police Fund adopted the name of the Norwalk Police Benevolent Association, otherwise known as the Norwalk PBA.
Membership in the Norwalk PBA is open to any active or retired officer. Active officers pay dues to the association. Dues are waived for retired members.
The Norwalk PBA Executive Board is made up of seven officers from the Norwalk Police Department. These positions are voluntary and are not compensated. Positions include a president, vice president, secretary, treasurer, and three trustees.
The president, vice president, secretary and treasurer serve one-year terms; the trustees serve two-year terms.
Justin Bisceglie, President
Mark Suda, Vice President
Samantha Bardos, Treasurer
Vidal Goñez, Secretary
Peter White, Trustee
Richard Montanez, Trustee
Matthew Mitchell, Trustee
The Norwalk PBA does solicit donations to help defray insurance costs for its members. The Norwalk PBA currently uses the services of Community Services Inc. of Torrington, Connecticut to work on the PBA’s behalf.
For additional information about the Police Benevolent Association, please contact a PBA representative at 203-854-3000 or Sergeant Justin Bisceglie at 203-854-3076.