The National Police Association tells Supreme Court the 7th Circuit’s Decision Against the Second Amendment Creates Physical and Civil Risks for Police

The National Police Association tells Supreme Court the 7th Circuit’s Decision Against the Second Amendment Creates Physical and Civil Risks for Police

On Wednesday, March 13, 2024, the National Police Association (“NPA”) filed a brief in the United States Supreme Court in support of the petition of Illinois residents for review of the decision of the United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit in Bevis v. City of Naperville, 85 F.4th 1175 (7th Cir. 2023).  Read more »

The National Police Association Urges Congress to Pass the Improving Law Enforcement Officer Safety and Wellness Through Data Act 

Indianapolis – January 11, 2024. The Improving Law Enforcement Officer Safety and Wellness Through Data Act (S. 3522) would expand on how the Federal government reports attacks on law enforcement officers. The bill was re-introduced by Sen. Chuck Grassley (IA) in the U.S. Senate and is co-sponsored by Sens. Ben Luján (NM), Thomas Tillis (NC), Read more »