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The International Union of Police Associations is the only union chartered exclusively for law enforcement and law enforcement support personnel. While I.U.P.A.’s officers, active and retired law enforcement officers, fight to improve the lives of their brothers and sisters in law enforcement, I.U.P.A. works to improve legislation that protects and affects public safety officers, as well as representing the needs of law enforcement officers and support personnel, whether that be for better equipment, more staff or a fair wage.

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I.U.P.A. ANNOUNCEMENTS

1302, 2024
Pres. Cabral’s Letter to Senator Brown Regarding the “Expanding Health Care Options for First Responders Act” and the “Nick Tullier Act of 2024”

February 13th, 2024|

I am writing regarding S. 3113, "Expanding Health Care Options for First Responders Act. The proposed legislation provides a buy in option for first responders who are 54 to 60 years of age and separated from service due to age, retirement, or disability. While we support this thoughtful legislation, we [...]

901, 2024
Statement of President Sam A. Cabral on National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day

January 9th, 2024|

January 9 is National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day.  For your Executive Committee at the I.U.P.A., every day is Law Enforcement Appreciation Day. All of the I.U.P.A. leadership has carried a badge, most of us in times far less challenging than what today’s officers face. We realize, too well, the staffing [...]

201, 2024
Pres. Cabral’s Letter to Senator Budd Regarding the ‘‘POLICE Act of 2023”

January 2nd, 2024|

On behalf of the International Union of Police Associations (I.U.P.A.), I am pleased to announce our support of your thoughtful and timely legislation, "Protect Our Law Enforcement with Immigration Control and Enforcement Act of 2023" or the "POLICE Act of 2023". The International Union of Police Associations, AFL-CIO, represents rank [...]

Photos of the Week: SRO Appreciation Day 2024

On National School Resource Officer Appreciation Day, communities recognize and appreciate the invaluable contributions of School Resource Officers in safeguarding our schools and nurturing a safe learning environment for our children. Prince William County, VA I.U.P.A. Local Prince William County Police Association, #5010 Members in Virginia were appreciated in some posts on the Prince William County Police Department’s social media page, “School Resource Officer Appreciation Day not only honors those who serve our school communities as certified [...]

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I.U.P.A. Negotiations Update: Port Orange Police Association, #6051

The International Union of Police Associations successfully negotiated for Port Orange Police Association, #6051 and have come to an agreement. Kyle Totten, I.U.P.A. Field Operations, reported that negotiations have come to a close with quite advantageous results for our members and returning them to the status quo from prior [...]

February 26th, 2024|

NU is Offering a FREE Certificate for Public Safety Professionals!

The honorable, but challenging work of Law Enforcement can have a tremendous impact on officer wellness. National University offers a law enforcement wellness program that goes beyond physical fitness and wellness plans to focus on whole-person wellness to embody mind, body, and spirit. Cultivating a [...]

February 26th, 2024|

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February 20th, 2024|

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