Ed Mullins – President Sergeants Benevolent Association – has been a member of the New York City Police Department since January 1982. On July 1 – 2002 – he was elected President of the Sergeants Benevolent Association by an overwhelming majority of its members. As President of the SBA – one of New York City’s most visible labor unions – and one of the largest police unions in the nation – he oversees the daily administrative and operational functions of an 11 -000 member organization with assets in excess of $180 million – he is the organization’s chief spokesman – advocate and visionary. He serves as Chairman and Trustee to the union’s Health Benefits Fund and Annuity Fund. He is a Trustee for the New York City Police Pension Fund – with fiscal holdings estimated to be in excess of $16 billion.
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