PROTECTING OFFICERS ASSETS and FINANCIAL SECURITY

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Asset Protection

More than ever, law enforcement officers must protect their assets from lawsuits and other claims against them. Sign up for the latest strategies, and offers from companies that help protect you and your family.

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Insurance

Special group rates for police on insurance policies for your Life, Disability, Health, Critical Illness, Long Term Care, Firearms, Pets, and more.

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MARKETPLACE

Shop your custom marketplace for police discounts on retail products and group rates on essential insurance, banking, security, and travel deals.

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Free Personal Organizer App

Start with aggregating all your accounts and bills in one place, track how and when your your money is spent, with bank level security to keep your information safe.

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Shopping and Retail

We partner with companies local and nationally to bring special CBA police discounts for everyday products, and even flower delivery!

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Travel and Entertainment

Sports and live events, hotels, and airfare, car rental, home entertainment.

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Supporting Law Enforcement and their Families

Police Benefits Plan (PBP), is a proud supporter of the Fraternal Order of Police and its many Lodges, the CPSA, CPLA, CPCA, RCPA, PBPA, NOBLE, NACP, IACP, and its members and all sworn police officers, retirees, and their families across the United States.

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Asset Protection for Your Home

It is often shocking to find out how vulnerable your home, your most valuable asset is to being lost when a few simple, inexpensive asset protection steps can protect it.

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Are Your Assets Protected?

Asset protection is more important than ever before. Today, you have risks at every turn. Lawsuits, high cost of long-term care, auto and home accidents, or years of Probate.

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7 GREAT BENEFITS OF 24-7 TELEMEDICINE

Research has proved that the patients who access healthcare through telemedicine show lower rates of stress and anxiety than those who go for in-person visits.

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