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NAPO endorses the nomination of Senator Sessions to be the next United States Attorney General and stands ready to help his nomination in any way necessary. Senator Sessions has been a leading voice for law enforcement on many issues facing our community and has been strongly supportive of many of our legislative priorities. We look forward to working with him
in his new position as the nation’s “Top Cop.”

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Please read the National Association of Police Organization's (NAPO) letter to condemn in the strongest possible terms the anti-police painting hung in a hallway in our nation’s Capitol.

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NAPO's National President Michael McHale and Executive Director William Johnson issued the following statement in response to IACP President Terrence Cunningham's collective apology for American police:

"We are extremely disappointed to see such a poorly thought-out statement. NAPO stands for the notion of individual responsibility, not collective guilt.  Such appeasement of the violent anti-police movement is just one more nail in the coffin of American law enforcement.  The people who support American police officers aren't looking for an apology. And for the people who hate the police it won't make any difference."

I have the honor of representing our membership as Sergeant-at-Arms for the National Association of Police Organizations (NAPO).   I am passing along a NAPO chart comparing Presidential Candidates Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton on issues that impact law enforcement and our families.  The comparison is a quick and worthwhile read for our membership as election season moves ahead.

-Marc Kovar

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Please be advised that the location for this year’s National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial candlelight vigil will be on the National Mall, at Jefferson and 4th Streets, North West. (Four blocks west of the U.S. Capitol building.) The location for the vigil has been moved this year because of construction in the area of the Memorial itself. The vigil will take place at the new location on Friday, May 13, 2016 at 8:00 p.m. Please contact me directly if you should have any questions.

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