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About NAPO

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The National Association of Police Organizations (NAPO) is a coalition of police unions and associations from across the United States and was organized for the purpose of advancing the interests of America’s law enforcement officers through legislative advocacy, political action and education.

Founded in 1978, NAPO is the strongest unified voice supporting law enforcement officers in the United States. NAPO represents more than 1,000 police units and associations, and more than 241,000 sworn law enforcement officers who share a common dedication to vigorous and effective representation on behalf of our nation’s law enforcement officers.

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Statement from NAPO President Mick McHale on the Release of Convicted Cop-KillerClark Edward Squire,aka Sundiata Acoli

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NAPO Responds to SUNY Brockport Refusing to Cancel Cop-Killer Speech

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NAPO Press Statement on Travis County Texas DA indictment of Austin Officers

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Statement on Actress Susan Sarandon's Retraction of "Fascist" Tweet

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NAPO Letter to NFL Goodell Regarding Funding Antipolice Groups

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NAPO Letter to NYC Mayor Elect Adams Regarding Chesimard Mural

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NAPO Responds to AOC hacked group that honors cop killers.

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Biden's Peace Officer Memorial Day proclamation

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NAPO Letter USA Today Opposing Mike Thompson Cartoon

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NAPO Statement on Lebron James’ Ignorant and Murderous Tweet Targeting Columbus Police Officer

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Statement from NAPO President Mick McHale on Criticism of Police Response to the Riot at the United States Capitol

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NAPO was a part of securing the Presidential pardon for Prince George’s County, Maryland Police Officer Stephanie Mohr

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Thoughts about representing Police Unions

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Letter of Support to NAPO Members from Dr. Peter Killeen

Letter of Support to NAPO Members from Dr. Peter Killeen

 NAPO Urges Democratic Presidential Candidates to Disavow Chesimard

 

 

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