North Dakota Added to the National Police Association’s Thank a Cop Billboard Campaign

North Dakota Added to the National Police Association’s Thank a Cop Billboard Campaign

(Indianapolis) July 8, 2024. The National Police Association announced that North Dakota has been added to its national billboard campaign asking people to support the police by thanking a cop. Recent legislative measures in North Dakota providing grants to attract law enforcement personnel are welcomed by communities, but challenges remain beyond one-off bonuses and additional Read more »

Supreme Court of Maryland Sides with the National Police Association’s Amicus Brief in Support of Baltimore County SWAT Officer

Indianapolis – July 5, 2024. The highest court in Maryland has determined that a Baltimore County officer who inadvertently injured a 5-year-old boy during a standoff with his mother is not liable for violating the child’s due process rights under the 14th Amendment. In August 2016, Baltimore County Police attempted to arrest Korryn Gaines, who Read more »

The Topeka, KS Police Department’s Explorer Program Awarded Grant by the National Police Association

Indianapolis – June 25, 2024. The National Police Association announced today it has awarded the Topeka, KS Police Department’s Explorer Program a $1000.00 grant. TPD Law Enforcement Explorer Post #7721 is an explorer program associated with the Boy Scouts of America Exploring program and sponsored by the Topeka Police Department. Post 7721 started in 1968 Read more »

The Ohio Parole Board Needs to Hear from You

Help stop the parole of the killer of Police Officer Charles D. Burdsall Police Officer Charles Burdsall was shot and killed when he stopped a car he suspected of being involved in an armed robbery at a convenience store minutes earlier. As he approached the vehicle on West McMicken Avenue, he was shot. A 19-year-old Read more »