The National Police Association Joins Group In Supporting DOJ Against California

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By NPA | 30 Sep, 2018 The National Police Association joined with the National Sheriffs’ Association and two organizations that support victims of crimes by undocumented immigrants in backing the United States in its opposition to sanctuary laws in California, arguing to the Ninth Circuit in a friend-of-the-court brief, it should overturn California laws interfering with Read More >

National Police Association Releases New Survey Results: Americans Support Proactive Policing

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By NPA • 26 Aug, 2018   Indianapolis, IN – Key findings from a recent public opinion survey were released today showing strong support for proactive policing that reduce the number of people committing crimes and the number of crime victims. Commissioned by the National Police Association, a the survey was conducted in the summer of Read More >

National Police Association Requests Investigation Of San Jose, CA’s Independent Police Auditor

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By NPA • 19 Aug, 2018   The National Police Association has filed a request for an Investigation of San Jose, CA Independent Police Auditor (IPA) Aaron Zisser with the San Jose Board of Fair Campaign and Political Practices. The National Police Association’s concerns regarding the San Jose, CA Independent Police Auditor are three-fold. First, IPA Read More >

National Police Association Calls For Investigation Of Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel

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By NPA • 03 Jul, 2018 Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel appears to have violated his ethics obligations by offering the ACLU and Black Lives Matters Chicago seats at the table in supervising the Chicago Police Department, according to a request for a full and formal investigation ofEmanuelby the Chicago Inspector General filed by the National Police Read More >

The National Police Association Files Amicus Brief In Support of Dismissing Suit Against Former Ferguson Police Officer Darren Wilson And Others

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By NPA • 26 Dec, 2017 The National Police Association has filed an amicus brief in the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals 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. City of Read More >

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