NACOP's Member Benefits
An Association for Professionals in Law Enforcement
As a member you will be sent our official magazine CHIEF OF POLICE plus training bulletins, all
included with your dues. We also make available special materials. Typically our magazine has more than 600 pages a year! Covering legal issues, legislation, meetings and important digest of happenings.
We have established a program of awards for service and valor that spotlight what you and members of your department do favorably. We follow the guidelines of the
late J. Edgar Hoover who said, "if there is going to be any publicity, let it be to honor lawmen."
AMERICAN POLICE HALL OF FAME AND MUSEUM
We support and maintain the nations only memorial to all law
enforcement officers killed in the line of duty. Included in this edifice is a museum of police arti-facts, which has been called a "crime prevention center" by visiting school children. Built in 1960 and
open to the public to honor those men and women killed in the line of duty.
IN WASHINGTON, D.C.
maintain a staff on Capitol Hill to act as liaison whit the Congress, White House and government agencies. We utilize a secretarial service to handle our calls and mail. We pass these savings on in more
important services back to you. We have testified on such important matters as firearms; line of duty death benefits & diplomatic immunity.
WHO MAY ENROLL
Any individual who holds command rank as a
supervisor in a local, county, state, federal or security agency may apply and be accepted. If you are an individual who is in a supervisory capacity you are eligible.
USE THIS APPLICATION
Use this application to enroll as a member of the National Association of Chiefs of Police. We are very proud of the quality of our members. In turn we receive
letters from members which state in glowing terms their satisfaction with the high professional standards, goal and purposes to which we stand.
Annual dues are set at $50 for 12 full month, Payable at
the time you apply for membership.
We have a program that recognizes individual members who have qualified for professional certification in law enforcement science based on standards set by your
peers. The only such program in the United States that combines experiences training and leadership and evaluates these qualities.
WHAT AMERICAN POLICE LEADERS ARE SAYING ABOUT NACOP
"I have seen our name
quote in the media on national issues and I like the conservative pro-American position we stand for. Best of all I know they asked me first and gave the results of the poll which is fair."
Chief Charles E. Osborn
"NACOP has established a reputation for being a leader and spokesman for the American Police Chief and command ranks. Being a member is a source of pride
as well as satisfaction."
Chief Anthony M. Corbo
"With the recent success in increasing line of duty death benefits, our program for drug reduction efforts, our firm grip on what is good for
American first, last and always, why every leader in law enforcement should be a member."
Chief Ernest P. Boudreaux, Sr.
"I like the idea that once you are a member you can remain active even
after retirement or a change in jobs. There are a lot of officers with experiences who can help in training that we should not lose."Capt. Michael Kovach (Ret.)
at this time in our nation's history demands a cooperative effort by agencies and agency leaders at all levels... memberships in the NACOP provides that necessary link between police professionals at the command
Chief Richard Darling, Holhs, N.H.