A Signal 30 is a Trooper’s radio call for help. It is only used when he or she needs IMMEDIATE assistance in an emergency.
The NYS Troopers PBA Signal 30 Benefit Fund was created by the Police Benevolent Association of the New York State Troopers, Inc. (PBA) in 2005
The PBA is the certified and only officially recognized collective bargaining representative for all uniformed members of the New York State Police.
The Signal 30 Benefit Fund supports the members of the New York State Police and their families in extraordinary circumstances such as death, illness, injury and loss. Signal 30 also provides an extensive scholarship program to benefit the children of Troopers.
The Signal 30 Benefit Fund supports the families of New York State Troopers and other law enforcement personnel who are killed in the line of duty.
To meet its important mission, the Signal 30 Benefit Fund relies on generous donations from our Directors, Trustees and members of the public. Learn more
The mission of the Signal 30 Benefit Fund is to always support Troopers and their families and all those in the law enforcement community.
Where do our donations go?
100% of the money raised by the Signal 30 Benefit Fund goes towards our primary mission of supporting New York State Troopers and their families, as well as other critical needs in the law enforcement community. Unlike many charities, the Signal 30 Benefit Fund does not spend money from donations on overhead and administrative costs such as salaries or marketing fees.
Dedicated to our membership
The Police Benevolent Association of the New York State Troopers, Inc. (PBA) is dedicated to improving the terms and conditions of employment for uniformed members of the New York State Police from the rank of Trooper through Major, both active and retired. The PBA fiercely advocates for the rights of its members and is the only official voice on behalf of New York State Troopers and their families.
The NYS Troopers PBA Signal 30 Benefit Fund is a federally recognized 501(c)(3) charity. It is the only benefit fund that was developed by Troopers and the only one that the PBA officially sanctions. We are Troopers helping Troopers.
“On August 13, 2016, my home was hit by lightning as a violent storm rolled through our neighborhood. Within minutes, my wife and I realized that the attic was fully involved in fire. Trooper Stephen Johnstone, Troop F PBA Delegate, was one of the first firefighters to respond with the Liberty Fire Department. After extinguishing the fire… Read more
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