Lt. Robert P. Meegan Jr., president of the Buffalo Police Benevolent Association, has been re-elected to an unprecedented sixth two-year term as head of the 918-member police union.
Meegan and the association's four other officers faced no opposition in seeking new terms, which begin Jan. 1, 1998, police union officials said.
"It's a real honor to serve the membership. Things are better today for the men and women of this department," Meegan said.
Also re-elected were first vice president, Officer John "J.J." Juszkiewicz; second vice president, Lt. Randie Joseph; recording secretary, Capt. James F. Cudney; and treasurer, Inspector William Misztal.