DECEMBER 2019

Regular Membership Meeting 12/3/2019 at 1830Hrs located at:

Monroe County Public Safety Center, 100 Gypsum Rd., Stroudsburg, PA 18360

**This meeting we will hold our officer elections for the 2020 year! All members are encouraged to attend and participate. Your association depends on you to help us advance into the future in a positive way. Hope to see you there!

NOVEMBER 2019

SANTA ON BLUE MOUNTAIN- Meet Santa and Friends on November 30, 2019 from 1-4PM at this FREE Christmas Party for Children and their families! Make sure you bring your camera for photos with Santa! All of the following are 100% FREE for attendees: Ski Lift rides, popcorn, s’mores, hot dogs, cookies, hot chocolate, and photos with Santa!

Event Address: Blue Mountain Ski Area, 1660 Blue Mountain Dr., Kunkletown, PA 18058

***This event is hosted by the West End Food Pantry

Regular Membership Meeting 11/12/19 at 1830HRS located at:

Monroe County Public Safety Center, 100 Gypsum Rd., Stroudsburg, PA 18360

***Membership Meeting Update*** – Membership voted to keep Membership Dues for 2020 fiscal year at $50. Association membership discussed and approved Policy change to deactivate membership to members whom do not pay dues by March 31, 2020. Members whom do not pay dues by this time will need to return any equipment issued to them by the MCCA, and will have their Association issued email and OFFICE 365 subscription benefit suspended until they renew their membership and are current with Dues.

JANUARY 2018

Regular Membership Meeting 1/15/19 at 1830HRS located at:

Kunkletown Volunteer Fire Company, 597 Kunkletown Rd., Kunkletown, PA 18058

CPR & First Aid Training  1/8/19 at 1830HRS located at:

Kunkletown Volunteer Fire Company, 597 Kunkletown Rd., Kunkletown, PA 18058

**CPR & First Aid Training is open to all MCCA Active Members. This training is being sponsored by the MCCA and is free for our members.

MAAWL RAFFLE TICKET SALE

Help Support women in Law Enforcement by purchasing raffle tickets from the Mid Atlantic Association of Women in Law Enforcement. All proceeds of these raffle sales go to fund the 2019 MAAWL Training Conference held in the Poconos in the coming months.

If you are interested in purchasing a raffle ticket, Please contact Deputy Constable Virginia Salter at 570-350-7471, or by email: DPSC.Salter@mcca-pa.org.  Tickets are only $10 each or 3 for $25 with great prizes!!!

DECEMBER 2018

Regular Membership Meeting 12/4/18 at 1830HRS located at:

Monroe County Public Safety Center, 100 Gypsum Rd., Stroudsbrug, PA 18360

Meeting Update:

Elections of Officers for 2019:

President- Richard H. Salter III

Vice President- Salvatore Furino

Secretary- Barry Karasiewicz

Treasurer- Virginia Salter

2019 Meeting Locations & Dates

The MCCA body voted to change location of membership meetings to the Eldred Township Community Center. Meetings will be held on the following dates and times:

January 15, 2018 @ 1830hrs

February 5, 2018 @ 1830hrs

March 5, 2018 @ 1830hrs

April 2, 2018 @ 1830hrs

May 7, 2018 @ 1830hrs

June 4, 2018 @ 1830hrs

July 2, 2018 @ 1830hrs

August 6, 2018 @ 1830hrs

September 3, 2018 @ 1830hrs

October 1, 2018 @ 1830hrs

November 12, 2018 @ 1830hrs

December 3, 2018 @ 1830hrs

2019 Membership Dues

The body voted to keep membership dues at $50 for the year 2019. Membership also voted that the MCCA will no longer collect PAFOC membership dues. Members whom wish to maintain membership with the PAFOC, should pay PAFOC Dues directly to the PAFOC.

Membership Dues are now able to be paid via paypal.

UPCOMING CPR/FIRST AID TRAINING

At the November 2018 membership meeting, the MCCA membership body voted to host a CPR/First Aid class for its members. The class is scheduled to be held on January 8, 2018 at 1830hrs, and will be located at the Monroe County Public Safety Center at 100 Gypsum Rd., Stroudsburg, PA 18360 (unless otherwise directed). This course will be paid for by the MCCA, and is only open to MCCA Active Members.

JULY 2018

Regular Membership Meeting  7/3/18 at 1830HRS located at:

Monroe County Public Safety Center, 100 Gypsum Rd., Stroudsburg, PA 18360

FEBRUARY 2018- 

Regular Membership Meeting  2/6/2018 at 1830HRS located at:

Monroe County Public Safety Center, 100 Gypsum Rd., Stroudsburg, PA 18360

2. PCCD CETB MEETING – Thursday, February 15, 2018 at 1000hrs located at:

PCCD, 3101 N. FRONT ST., HARRISBURG, PA 17110

DECEMBER 2018

MCCA Officer elections were held at the Association’s regular business meeting on 12/5/17. The 2018 MCCA Leadership is as follows:

President– Richard H. Salter III, Constable (Eldred Twp., Monroe County)

Vice President– Salvatore Furino, Deputy Constable (Pocono Twp., Monroe County)

Secretary– Barry Karasiewicz- Constable (Stroudsburg Borough., Monroe County)

Treasurer– Virginia Salter- Deputy Constable (Eldred Township., Monroe County)

Congratulations to our new leadership on their new positions! We’d also like to take the time to thank our previous leadership for all their hard work and dedication to the Association and the advancement of the Constabulary.

ONLINE DUES PAYMENTS & DONATIONS

The MCCA is proud to announce that we have started accepting donations and membership dues payments online via paypal. Donations and Dues can now be paid by simply clicking on the “Donation” or “Subscribe” buttons. As the MCCA is a 501c3 non-profit organization, all donations made are tax deductible and help to fund our operations and special programs we offer at no cost to the community!!




2018 PCCD CON-ED ENROLLMENT IS OPEN ON CCETS WEB PAGE.. Classes fill quickly, it is advised that Constable’s and their Deputies enroll early!!!

Enroll in PCCD CON ED COURSES HERE

APRIL 2017–

********   TASER TRAINING ********

The MCCA is hosting our annual TASER Certification Course on April 22, 2017 at 0900hrs. Training will take place at the Monroe County Public Safety Training Building located at 100 Gypsum Rd, Stroudsburg, PA 18360.

Cost of Training is as follows:     MCCA Members: $45.00    NON-Members: $60.00

Students are required to fire (1) non-conductive and (1) conductive cartridge as part of training course. The MCCA will provide the appropriate cartridges to students at MCCA Costs.

If you are interested in attending our taser certification course, please complete enrollment at the following link:

DECEMBER 2016–

** MCCA MEMBERSHIP MEETING FOR DECEMBER WAS HELD ON 12/19/16** MCCA OFFICERS WERE ELECTED BY THE MEMBERSHIP FOR THE 2017 YEAR. MCCA LEADERSHIP IS AS FOLLOWS:

President- Roger Metzgar

Vice-President- Steve Billeck

Secretary- Matt Bauman

Treasurer- Virginia Salter

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2017 PCCD CON-ED ENROLLMENT IS OPEN ON CCETS Webpage.. Classes fill quickly, it is advised that Constable’s and their Deputies enroll early!!!

Enroll in PCCD CON ED COURSES HERE

November 2016–

November is a month where we reflect upon our lives and express our gratitude for everything we are thankful for. With the Holiday season fast approaching, many will be shopping online for our loved ones. Our Association has made it easy for you to help support our organization for free while you shop for those whom shop online via the Amazon Marketplace! All you have to do is shop via Amazon Smile, select the Monroe County Constables Association as the Non-profit you wish to support, and Amazon will contribute a small percentage of your purchases to our organization. Its that easy! We thank you for, and look forward to your continued support!

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**Upcoming Event**

Constables’ Education and Training Board (CETB) Meeting
November 10th, 2016, 10:00 AM

Location
3101 North Front Street(Directions)
Room: Commission Room
Harrisburg, PA 17110

October 2016–

The Pennsylvania Fraternal Order of Constables releases a special newsletter regarding the upcoming elections to be held on November 8, 2016. Provides guidance to Statutory duties of Constables at the Polls on election day.

PAFOC SPECIAL NEWSLETTER FOR NOV 8, 2016 ELECTION

April 2015–

Eldred Township Constable in Monroe County makes news for efforts during and after an eviction.

May 2010–

Hearing on zoning changes in Middle Smithfield gets heated– Tobyhanna Township Constable Roger Metzgar had to intervene at a heated Board of Supervisors Meeting. The primary duty of a Constable is to keep the peace, and as such Constables often provide peacekeeping services to municipalities to help maintain order and help maximize the safety of citizens at public events.