The National Association of Police Organizations (NAPO) is a coalition of police unions and associations from across the United States that serves to advance the interests of America’s law enforcement officers through legislative and legal advocacy, political action and education. Founded in 1978, NAPO is now the strongest unified voice supporting law enforcement officers in the United States.
NAPO represents more than 2,000 police units and associations, 241,000 sworn law enforcement officers, 11,000 retired officers and more than 100,000 citizens who share a common dedication to fair and effective crime control and law enforcement.
NAPO 2010 Legislative Report
Included in this issue of the Washington Report:
- President’s Fiscal 2011 Budget Calls for Increased Funding for COPS Hiring, DHS Grants
- $11 Million from DOJ Zylon Settlement to go to BVP Program
- House Passes the NAPO-Endorsed “Help Find the Missing Act”
- NAPO Files Brief in New Case at the Supreme Court
- Senate Judiciary Committee Approves H.R. 218 Improvements Bill
- Health Care Excise Tax Update
- Upcoming NAPO Events You Do Not Want to Miss!
The Legislative Scorecard provides you with the most recent status of legislation on which NAPO is focusing its efforts.