Blue Knights PA Chapter XII
Law Enforcement Motorcycle Club
Our chapter was formed in 1984 by 4 members from another Blue Knights Chapter. We are part of the Tri-State Conference. I am the last of the original 4 members. Over the years we have traveled far and wide in our quest for fun and fellowship. Members of our chapter attend events in the Tri-State area and in many other conferences. We also hold our own events. We also support the children of police officers who have been killed in the line of duty. Our chapter is growing and we have a lot of good people who work hard for our events. If you are in the area please stop in. Hope to see you soon. Remember to ride safely and wear your protective gear.
Lon C. Strayer, President
Blue Knights PA Chapter 12
All regular members must be persons who are full time (32 hours per week minimum) employees of a governmental law enforcement agency or department. Such employment must be the primary source of employment of all Regular members. All Regular members must have arrest authority.
Persons receiving disability income or job reclassification due to injuries received while engaged in law enforcement employment or who are receiving retirement income for full-time employment as herein defined, by a governmental law enforcement agency or department are eligible for Regular membership although they are not presently employed by such a law enforcement agency or department.
Persons who have served twenty (20) years or more and have been a Blue Knight for one (1) year or more, who have taken a retirement option and who have taken a separation from law enforcement employment, under honorable circumstances, and will at some time receive retirement income for full-time employment, as herein defined, by a government law enforcement agency or department are eligible for Regular membership although they are not presently employed by such a law enforcement agency or department. The person must provide letters of proof of honorary separation from all departments.