A Call for WPPA Board Member Candidates
February 23, 2022
Wisconsin’s law enforcement community is best served by having a diverse board of leaders from all across the state. Currently, the WPPA’s Board of Directors has two openings for active members that hold elected positions within their local associations (including the position of “WPPA Delegate”). If you or someone within your association is interested in having a more significant role in leading Wisconsin’s largest law enforcement group, they must submit a Letter of Intent to be a candidate in our board elections at the WPPA’s annual convention on Sunday, May 1, 2022. Letters of intent should include your department, home address, e-mail address, and telephone number and should be postmarked no later than March 16 in order to be included in the April issue of the Wisconsin Police Journal.
Established as a fraternal organization in 1932, the WPPA has evolved into Wisconsin’s premier full-service law enforcement association. The policies and oversight functions of the Board are crucial to our long-term success, so we encourage all those interested to pursue joining our governing body.
To find out more about this opportunity, please feel free to contact WPPA Executive Director Jim Palmer.
Letters of intent should be addressed to WPPA Secretary; 660 John Nolen Drive, Suite 300; Madison, WI 53713 or to Julie Neeley if sent by e-mail.