MADISON—The Wisconsin Professional Police Association (WPPA) is pleased to welcome both the police officers and dispatchers from the City of Monona into its ranks. In elections conducted today by the Wisconsin Employment Relations Commission (WERC), both groups unanimously voted to leave the Teamsters Local Union No. 695 in order to benefit from the WPPA’s wide variety of programs and services. As the WPPA’s membership continues to grow, so does its ability to provide an unmatched level of representation.
Beginning in 1932 as a fraternal organization, the WPPA now represents its members at the bargaining table, in the workplace, before the State Supreme Court, as well as in the legislature. One of our primary missions is to protect and promote the interests of the dedicated men and women who provide public safety services. Now representing nearly 11,000 members from more than 390 associations, the WPPA is Wisconsin’s largest public safety labor organization.
Anyone interested in learning more about the benefits of WPPA membership are encouraged to contact us toll free at 1.800.362.8838.