Wisconsin Professional Police Association

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The WPPA’s Advocacy Following the Death of George Floyd & Shooting of Jacob Blake

The WPPA’s Statement on the Death of George Floyd

The WPPA’s Statement on the Shooting of Jacob Blake

In the aftermath of the May 25 death of George Floyd and the August 23 shooting of Jacob Blake, the WPPA’s advocacy on behalf of law enforcement has been featured broadly in print, television, and radio news media.

95.9 KISS FM (Green Bay)

105.7 WAPL (Appleton)

The Associated Press

BBC Radio 4

BBC World News

CBS 58 (Milwaukee)

Channel 3000 (Madison)

FOX6 News (Milwaukee)

Kenosha News 

La Crosse Tribune

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

NBC15 (Madison)

PBS Wisconsin

Seehafer News (Manitowoc)

SlyCasts (iHeartRadio; Madison radio personality)

Spectrum News 1 (Milwaukee)

TMJ4 (Milwaukee)

TODAY (The TODAY Show)

Urban Milwaukee

WBAY (Green Bay)

WCLO Radio (Janesville)

Wisconsin Examiner

Wisconsin Public Radio

Wisconsin Radio Network

Wisconsin State Journal (Madison)

WisconsinEye

WISN Channel 12 (Milwaukee)

WKBT (La Crosse)

WKOW 27 (Madison)

WQOW (Eau Claire)

WSAW-TV (Wausau)

WTMJ Radio (Milwaukee)

WXOW (La Crosse)


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