If your phone rings, it’s NOT us!  NAPO does not do any telephone solicitations to raise money.  We are aware that there may be other groups or persons trying to use our name.  IF you’d like to make a donation to support us, you can do so directly from our website:  National Association of Police Organizations :: Support (napo.org) or by mailing a check to: NAPO 317 S. Patrick Street, Alexandria, VA 22314   Thank you! 

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.




The Maui Wildfires left a path of destruction in Hawaii. Many homes burned and wiped out. Many residents will be living in shelters and temporary housing for months to come. Our brothers and sisters in law enforcement are working tirelessly to aid in the relief efforts, but they need relief as well. Many of them do not have homes to go back to anymore, and yet they continue working to try and help others affected by the catastrophe. In order to help our brothers and sisters, please consider making a donation to NAPO’s Relief Fund, a fully licensed and independently audited 501(c)(3) charity, to help these officers in their time of need. All donations are fully tax deductible.

Please click here to make a donation.



Statement from NAPO President Mick McHale Responding to Reps. Bush & Tlaib Voting No on National Police Week Resolution

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NAPO Statement on Violent Attacks upon the
Atlanta Police Training Facility - March 6, 2023

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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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