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National Police Credit Union for FOP Members Opens

May 14, 2015
A marketing division of CPFCU, NPCU is the only national full-service credit union created solely to serve the financial needs of all Fraternal Order of Police (FOP) members and their families across the country in order to help them realize their life’s goals.

L.A. Police Union Responds to Beck's Comments on Officer-Involved Shooting

May 7, 2015
In response to LAPD Chief Charlie Beck's statement regarding the officer-involved shooting in Venice Beach late last night, the president of the Los Angeles Police Protective League released the following statement.

Union Approves LAPD's Body Camera Policy

April 28, 2015
Often video footage is extremely beneficial for providing a reliable account of events and helping officers to get criminals off the streets. However, it is critical for our officers and the public to remember—and as the policy clearly states—these body camera videos provide a limited perspective and are not to be relied upon as the sole piece of evidence.

Arizona Governor Vetoes Bill Aimed at Shielding Police Names

March 31, 2015
Arizona's governor on Monday vetoed legislation that would have kept secret for 60 days the identities of police officers involved in deadly shootings, a move that was both welcomed and heavily criticized by separate state police union leaders.

Police Union Reaches Contract Agreement with City of Los Angeles

March 17, 2015
The Los Angeles Police Protective League (LAPPL) announced today that rank-and-file officers have approved the proposed contract with the City of Los Angeles. More than 2,700 LAPD officers voted over four days in favor of the successor agreement.

L.A. Reaches Tentative Contract Agreement With Police Union

March 6, 2015
After months of failed negotiations, Los Angeles city officials on Friday struck a tentative agreement with the union representing the city’s police officers, sources close to the deal said.

NYPD Union Leaders, de Blasio Quietly Work to Mend Rift

February 19, 2015
“We had an arranged marriage where the husband and the wife did not speak the same language,” Roy T. Richter, the president of the Captains Endowment Association, said of Mr. de Blasio’s relationship with officers at the time of his election. “It’s been a year filled with tragedies and disasters and horrible things, but I think that there is a dialogue now.”

Video: Union Demands Denver Chief Resign After Officers Ordered to Allow Fallen Officer Memorial to be Defaced During Protest

February 16, 2015
The defacement has led to a controversy involving police administrators and the head of the police union. The union is calling for Denver Police Chief Robert White to resign.

Video: L.A. Pastor Issues Apology After Sermon About Police, KKK

February 6, 2015
The senior pastor of a prominent Los Angeles church has issued an apology after controversial comments during a sermon purportedly compared law enforcement officers to the Ku Klux Klan.

L.A. Pastor Issues Apology After Sermon About Police, KKK

February 6, 2015

The apology by Pastor J. Edgar Boyd of the First AME Church in Los Angeles may end weeks of tension over his remarks purportedly comparing law enforcement officers to the Ku Klux Klan. More Here.

Los Angeles Pastor Compares Police to the Klan, Says Officers "Lynch" Black, Brown Men

February 5, 2015

The senior pastor of a prominent Los Angeles church is at the center of a growing controversy after he compared police officers to the Ku Klux Klan in a recent sermon. More Here.

Video: Los Angeles Pastor Compares Police to the Klan, Says Officers "Lynch" Black, Brown Men

February 5, 2015
The senior pastor of a prominent Los Angeles church is at the center of a growing controversy after he compared police officers to the Ku Klux Klan in a recent sermon.

Henderson Police Officers’ Association Donates $25,000 to National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund

January 23, 2015
The Henderson (Nev.) Police Officers’ Association (HPOA) recently donated $25,000 to the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund (NLEOMF) in support of the National Law Enforcement Museum being built in Washington, D.C.

Poll Shows New Yorkers Can't Stand Police Union Leader or Sharpton

January 16, 2015
Despite their feelings about the leaders at the forefront of tensions over NYPD policies, voters expressed strong support for the cops themselves — especially those who patrol their own neighborhoods. Seventy-one percent said they are pleased with the performance of cops who protect their blocks. Only 25 percent said they weren’t.

Seattle Officer Suspended for Calling Suspect "Boy" During Pursuit

January 15, 2015

In-car video obtained by KIRO Radio shows a female officer pursuing a black male near Fourth Avenue and Union Street on October 7, 2013. The suspect, 32-year-old Kimo M. Warren, was being sought for a domestic violence incident. More Here.

Video: Seattle Officer Suspended for Calling Suspect "Boy" During Pursuit

January 15, 2015
In-car video obtained by KIRO Radio shows a female officer pursuing a black male near Fourth Avenue and Union Street on October 7, 2013. The suspect, 32-year-old Kimo M. Warren, was being sought for a domestic violence incident.

Some NYPD Brass Ban Vacations in Response to Alleged Police Slowdown

January 15, 2015
The New York Post is reporting that officers of the NYPD are being told by their commanders that they will not be granted vacation or sick days until summons activity increases. The action is reportedly a counter strike by the brass against an alleged slowdown in police activity following widespread anti-police protests and the perceived support of the protests by New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio.

Patrol Shift Changes to Revolutionize Crime Fight, Baltimore Police Say

January 13, 2015
Baltimore police and city officials say a new police patrol schedule will put more officers on the streets at the most needed times, give officers more time off, and cut overtime spending.

De Blasio's Relationship with NYPD Characterized by Missteps

January 12, 2015
Not long after Mayor Bill de Blasio sat beside the Rev. Al Sharpton at a July summit meeting on police reform, a political adviser gave the mayor a blunt assessment: You have a problem with the cops.

Mayor de Blasio Says He Will Not Apologize to NYPD

January 8, 2015
Mayor Bill de Blasio said Wednesday he would not apologize to police union leaders and rank and file cops, despite calls from some top officials for the Democratic mayor to be contrite in the wake of a glaring rift between the NYPD and City Hall.
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