Wisconsin Professional Police Association

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Archive: May 2020

The WPPA Issues Statement on the Death of George Floyd

  (MADISON, Wis.) – Following the May 25 death of George Floyd, the executive director of the Wisconsin Professional Police Association (WPPA), Jim Palmer, issued this statement: We extend our deepest condolences to Mr. Floyd’s friends and family. We recognize that this incident has been devastating, and our hearts go out to all those that […]

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Gov. Evers Announces $200 Million Local Government Aid Program

MADISON — On May 27, Gov. Tony Evers announced the launch of the “Routes to Recovery: Local Government Aid Grants” program, a $200 million effort aimed at helping local leaders address some of their most urgent and unique COVID-19 recovery needs. Administered by the Wisconsin Department of Administration (DOA), Routes to Recovery Grants will be […]

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The WPPA Public Poll on COVID-19 Issues

WPPA Survey Finds Overwhelming Statewide Support for Law Enforcement and ‘Stay at Home Orders’ (MADISON) – The state’s largest law enforcement group – the Wisconsin Professional Police Association (WPPA) – released today the results of a statewide poll commissioned through the St. Norbert College Strategic Research Institute to gauge public perception on a number of […]

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National Police Week Recap

In 1962, President Kennedy proclaimed the week of May 15 as ‘National Police Week,’ a time during which our country annually recognizes those officers who have lost their lives in the line of duty. Due to the current coronavirus pandemic, some new and innovative methods were used to commemorate this important period for our law […]

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