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The WPPA Releases the Results of its 2019 Statewide Poll

As the only law enforcement group in the country to commission and share an annual public perception survey, the Wisconsin Professional Police Association (WPPA) leads the nation through its proactive efforts to drive a constructive public discourse on a host of complex issues. The WPPA prides itself in asking the tough questions and using the […]

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Urgent Call to Action to Anyone that Supports Law Enforcement!

Though infrequent, some law enforcement officers make the ultimate sacrifice in their service to keep Wisconsin safe. Under our state’s law, the families of officers that fall in the line of duty can quickly find themselves having to fend for themselves with respect to their health insurance needs that are no longer provided to them. […]

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Urgent Call to Action to Anyone that Supports Law Enforcement!

Though infrequent, some law enforcement officers make the ultimate sacrifice in their service to keep Wisconsin safe. Under our state’s law, the families of officers that fall in the line of duty can quickly find themselves fend for themselves with respect to their health insurance needs that are no longer provided to them. No law […]

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The WPPA’s Endorsements in the 2018 Elections

    United States Senate   On October 23, the WPPA’s endorsement of U.S. Senator Tammy Baldwin in her reelection campaign was announced. “Every day, Wisconsin’s law enforcement officers risk their lives to keep our communities safe, and Tammy Baldwin has proven that she has our backs,” said Jim Palmer, Executive Director of WPPA. “Tammy […]

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The WPPA Issues Its 2018 Legislative Report Card

The WPPA Issues Its 2018 Legislative Report Card Legislators of the Year and Law Enforcement Honor Roll Are Also Named   On September 28th, the WPPA released its biennial report card ranking Wisconsin’s lawmakers for their support during the 2017-18 legislative session.  The rankings are the product of a cumulative scoring methodology that awards and […]

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Notice to WPPA Members Regarding the Impact of the U.S. Supreme Court’s Decision on Union Dues

On June 27, 2018, the U.S. Supreme Court issued a decision that may impact you and your ability to receive services from the WPPA. The purpose of this notice is to explain this development and how it might affect you and your families. The U.S. Supreme Court’s decision: In the case of Janus v. AFSCME, […]

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The WPPA Releases the Results of its 2018 Statewide Poll

The WPPA continues to lead the nation in proactively seeking out the views of those served by the law enforcement officers that work to keep Wisconsin’s communities safe.  The WPPA remains the only law enforcement organization in the nation that produces an annual survey and shares it publicly.  The 2018 poll is the 6th annual […]

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Museum of Valor Launches Statewide Radio Ad to Promote National Police Week

(MADISON, WIS.) – 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. To raise the public awareness of this week’s importance, and to honor all those who serve in law […]

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