YORKTOWN, NY – The Westchester County Police PBA has joined the impressive team of support for Matt Slater who is running for Yorktown Supervisor citing his record of accomplishment and commitment to the law enforcement community.
Michael Hagan, President of the organization said, “We are confident that Matt Slater will be a fair, honest effective Supervisor for the residents of Yorktown. The Westchester County Police PBA proudly endorses his candidacy and looks forward to working alongside him.”
“Having the support of the Westchester County Police PBA is a true badge of honor,” Slater said. “These days there is never enough we can do to ensure our families are safe and to have the support of so many law enforcement organizations such as the Westchester County PBA is a reflection on my commitment to public safety.”
Slater continues to pile up support from the local, county and state levels. In particular, law enforcement organizations have been lining up behind the Yorktown native citing his legislative experience and commitment to their members. The Westchester County Police PBA joins the PBA of New York City, the New York State Troopers PBA, Lake Mohegan Professional Firefighters IAFF Local 2956, the Westchester County Correction Officers Benevolent Association, the Westchester County Superior Correction Officers Association and the Supreme Court Officers Association.