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 Statement Re: Dane County District Attorney Decision To Exonernate Madison Police Officer Matt Kenny
- WPPA Launches Statewide 'Police Week' Radio Ad
- WPPA Public Perception Study
- Police Groups Issue Statement in Response to Anti-Cop Public Library Display
- Statement on Behalf of the Family of Madison Officer Matt Kenny
- Waukesha Police Association Becomes Major Contributor to Law Enforcement Museum of Valor
- Milwaukee Police Association to Make Largest Major Donation to Law Enforcement Museum of Valor
- Nekoosa Officers Unanimously Elect to Join the WPPA
- WPPA Submits Testimony To President's 'Task Force On 21st Century Policing'
- Racine Police Association to Become Founding Organization for Law Enforcement Museum of Valor