Glenville PBA

Glenville Police Benevolent Association

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About Us

Welcome to the Glenville Police Benevolent Association official website – your hub for information, communication, and support. We play a dual role: facilitating community service opportunities for our members and serving as a labor union negotiating contracts with the town. Explore current events section for news and information.

Glenville PBA, a non-profit labor organization with 21 members, is funded by donations from residents, businesses, member dues, and fundraising. Your generous contributions enable us to support youth, assist law enforcement families, aid officers with medical conditions, and engage in fair contract negotiations. We conduct an annual fundraiser through mail, avoiding calls to residents. A donation of $50 or more earns you a gold Glenville PBA support sticker. Donate by mail or on our website's 'Donations' page to help us continue serving the community.

As this website is not frequently monitored, we kindly request that you refrain from using our contact page for any police complaints or urgent matters. For such issues, please utilize appropriate channels designated for reporting emergencies or lodging complaints.

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Executive Board

Meet the Glenville PBA executive board members

Justin Bolle

Justin has been serving the Town of Glenville as a Police Officer since January of 2006. In 2013 Justin was promoted to the position of Detective and is still currently serving in that position. Justin has previously served on the PBA union board in the positions of Secretary and Vice President.

Charles Lavery
Vice President

CJ has been serving with the Glenville Police Department since February 0f 2007. CJ is currently serving in the position of Detective. This is CJ’s first time serving on the board.

Matthew Glass

Matt has been serving the Town of Glenville as a Police Officer since July of 2018. This is Matt’s first time serving on the PBA board. Matt is a lifetime long resident of Glenville.

Matthew Radom

Matt has been serving with the Glenville Police Department since July of 2021. This is Matt’s first time serving on the board.

Donor List

Join our donor list to receive stickers, the Glenville PBA, and have your donation acknowledged. After completing your donation, you will be redirected to the submission page for the 'Donor List'.


Donating online is the preferred method, and we recommend using PayPal for a secure and fast processing of your donation. Please click the 'Donate Now' link to initiate the donation process.


The Glenville PBA adheres to a strict policy of not making phone calls or in-person solicitations for donations. Any donation requests from the Glenville PBA will only be sent through mail. It's important to note that the Glenville PBA will never request donations through outside organizations.

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Current Events

2024 Current Events

We are excited to announce that our 2024 Fundraiser is about to begin. While we will be sending out information via mail, we would like to emphasize that we greatly prefer donations to be made on our website. Donating online significantly reduces processing time, minimizes the use of materials, and requires less effort on the part of the PBA. We appreciate your support and encourage you to contribute through our website for a more efficient and streamlined donation process.


If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to drop us a line. We value your feedback and would be happy to assist you. Simply reach out to us using the contact information provided on our website, and we will get back to you as soon as possible. Thank you!


PO Box 2515, Glenville, NY, 12325