The National Police Association Offers Reward Following Shots Fired At NYPD Officers After Cops Battle Cop Hating Mob In Brooklyn

The National Police Association announced today that it is offering a reward of $5,000 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of those responsible for shooting at NYPD officers in Brooklyn, NY this weekend. According to police and other reports, just before 2 a.m. August 18, 2019 on Bainbridge Street, near Saratoga Avenue, in Read More >

National Police Association Files Defamation Suit in Response to Fake News Story

Today, the National Police Association announced the filing of a complaint for defamation against the City of Trenton, Michigan, and two of its police officers.  The suit arises from false statements on social media and in media interviews. Specifically, the complaint alleges that their “Fake News” allegations libeled the National Police Association by falsely branding Read More >

National Police Association Takes on ACLU over Gang Databases in Court Filing

The National Police Association (NPA) opposed the ACLU’s attack on law enforcement’s ability to investigate street gangs, arguing to Massachusetts in a friend-of-the-court brief, it should uphold the right of the Boston Police Department to maintain a confidential gang database. The NPA argues against the ACLU which claims in its suit against the Boston Police Read More >

Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals Sides With National Police Association’s Amicus Brief In Case Against Former Ferguson Police Officer Darren Wilson

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The Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals sided with the argument put forth by the National Police Association in the amicus brief it filed on behalf of the City of Ferguson, Missouri; former Ferguson Police Chief Thomas Jackson, and former Ferguson Police Officer Darren Wilson, supporting their motion to dismiss in the case of Johnson v. Read More >

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