Oregon Judge Cites National Police Association Amicus Brief in Striking Down Unconstitutional Gun Control Law

Statement of the National Police Association on the Leaked Pages from the Nashville Manifesto

Indianapolis – November 6, 2023 — Steven Crowder, the host of the Louder with Crowder, shared three purportedly leaked pages from the Nashville shooter’s writings this morning. The Nashville mayor responded by announcing an investigation into the leak, seemingly confirming authenticity. On April 28, 2023 the National Police Association (NPA) sued the City of Nashville Read more »

The National Police Association Supports Baltimore County Officer’s Use of Deadly Force Against Armed Subject in the Maryland Supreme Court

INDIANAPOLIS, October 29, 2023 –In a friend-of-the-court brief filed with the Maryland Supreme Court, the National Police Association argued that qualified immunity, applied properly, should be granted to a Maryland police officer who used deadly force against an armed suspect during a standoff that ensued from a routine warrant execution. The NPA contends that the Read more »

Amicus Brief from the National Police Association Cited by Oregon Judge in Allowing Law Enforcement Testimony Opposing State Magazine Ban

Harney County Circuit Judge Robert S. Raschio ruled Wednesday that testimony from law enforcement about the number of rounds they use for self defense is relevant for his judgment on whether Oregon’s gun control Measure 114 violates the state constitution. Raschio said he was partly swayed by a “friend of the court” brief that the National Police Read more »

Fourth Circuit rules for Officer in Hulbert v. Pope in alignment with the National Police Association’s amicus brief, restores qualified immunity against frivolous lawsuit

In a friend-of-the-court brief filed in March 2022 with the United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit, the National Police Association (NPA) argued that the Fourth Circuit should overturn the denial of summary judgment to an officer who had arrested protestors on the grounds of the Maryland State Capitol building after those protestors Read more »

The National Police Association Files 1st Amended Complaint in Response to ‘Absurd’ New Refusal to Release the Nashville Shooter ‘Manifesto’

Indianapolis, May 5, 2023 – The National Police Association (NPA) announced today that it has filed an amended and supplemental complaint in conjunction with plaintiff Clata Renee Brewer, against the governments of Nashville and Davidson County for their new refusal to act on a request for records. The FOIA request asked for all writings by Read more »