The Wisconsin Professional Police Association is the state’s largest law enforcement group.
Representing nearly 10,000 members from more than 300 local association affiliates, the WPPA has evolved into a full-service professional labor organization, advocating for its members in the workplace, before administrative agencies, in the state legislature, in the community, and in the courts.
Our mission is to protect and promote public safety, as well as the interests of the dedicated men and women who serve to provide it.
- WPPA supports new national cyber safety campaign "Project iGuardian"
- Most back outside review of custody deaths, Wisconsin poll says
- Overwhelming Support to Require Investigations of Officer-Involved Deaths
- Join us for Shielded Hearts' Bowl-A-Thon - Saturday April 12th, 2014
- WPPA Remembers Glenn M. Holzhuter
- Officer Sebena’s Family In Need of Help After Enduring Another Tragic Loss
- Sauk County Deputies Elect to Join the WPPA
- Palmer Decides Against Independent Run For Wisconsin Attorney General
- Officers from Both Hartford and Hurley Vote Overwhelmingly to Join the WPPA
- Evansville Officers Seek Help for Family that Lost Newborn Child