Wisconsin Professional Police Association

Serving Wisconsin's Finest Since 1932






The new law provides that, if a city, village, or town pays health insurance premiums for its law enforcement officers, that entity must continue to pay the premiums for the surviving spouse and dependent children of an officer who dies in the line of duty. Premium payments on behalf of a surviving spouse terminate when a spouse remarries or reaches age 65. Premium payments on behalf of a dependent child terminate when the child reaches age 26.

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The WPPA's
Extended Legal
Protection Plan

The dangers you face on a daily basis are not limited to the streets that you patrol. Increasingly around the country, law enforcement is being targeted by ambitious prosecutors hoping to win political points and opportunistic civil attorneys eager to score quick settlements. Through the WPPA’s Extended Legal Protection Plan, we can provide you with an additional safety net of legal coverage to give you the peace of mind you deserve.

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The Results of
the WPPA's 7th
Statewide Poll

A statewide poll recently commissioned by the WPPA asked state residents about a variety of issues, ranging from their views on law enforcement’s use of body cameras, the legalization of marijuana,  immigration and criminal justice reform, to their perceptions of their local police officers, officer-involved shootings, and racism in America.

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View the Wisconsin Police Journal Here

The Official Publication of the WPPA