Welcome to the official home of the City of Rye PBA. The PBA is committed to preserving the health, safety and welfare of all of its members and to continue to encourage and strengthen relationships between its members and the residents of the City of Rye. The PBA does this by promoting and encouraging sociability, morality and athletics; indoor and outdoor sports; amusements and entertainments and most importantly by helping those in need.
The RPBA is a proponent of philanthropy and donates to many charitable causes. Some of the causes we are associated and active with:
- Special Olympics
- M.S. Walk
- Wounded Warrior
- Autism speaks
- American Cancer Society
- Make A Wish
- Toys for Tots
- Walter Worthington Scholarship (12 given to Rye High School Students for the pursuit of higher learning)
- Rye Recreation Camp Scholarship.
- Rye Girls’ Softball
- Rye Little League
- Garnet Football
- Rye Youth Counsel
- Rye YMCA Senior Citizen Activities including their annual picnic. Mistletoe Magic
The PBA board is composed of a President, Vice-President, Secretary, Treasurer and a Sergeant at Arms. Additionally, There are also several Committees that handle specific responsibilities and projects for the Association. The RPBA is a non-profit labor organization, and is funded by donations from residents, businesses, member's dues and fundraising activities. The RPBA is the sole bargaining agent between the City of Rye and the sworn officers it represents, it provides legal support, and aid to members in time of need. Established in 1968, the RPBA currently comprised of full time sworn active Rye Police Officers and retired Rye Police Officers. We are affiliated with the Police Conferences of New York (PCNY), the NYS Public Employee Conference (NYSPEC) Westchester Blue Foundation and the Affiliated Police Association of Westchester County (APAWEST). The RPBA is active in community affairs.