The Oregon Council of Police Associations (OCPA) is a political/legislative Council which represents more than 60 groups of Oregon based public safety labor organizations. The OCPA represents line enforcement officers, corrections officers, parole and probation officers, dispatchers and other public safety support personnel.
The primary focus of this Council is to monitor the political/legislative activities in Oregon, as they relate to the public safety sector. Public safety employee rights, working conditions, benefits, training and pro-active criminal law legislation have all become major issues in the legislative process. We support political candidates who support our members and who support public safety labor organizations. We also support political candidates who support our pro-active criminal law legislation.
WE PRIDE OURSELVES IN BEING NON-PARTISAN!
We believe that maintaining a working relationship and open communications between our membership and the legislative assembly is of the utmost importance.
The OCPA employs a full-time lobbyist in Salem and also operates its Executive Office in the Salem area.
The OCPA operates two Political Action Committees (PAC) for State candidates support and Ballot measure support.
|President||Scott Dillon||Eugene Police Employees Association||SMDILLON@msn.com|
|1st VP||Robbie Graves||Milwaukie Police Employees Associationfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Sec/Trea||Erin Kay||911 Professional Com. Employees Association|
|Sgt. At Arms||VACANT||VACANT|
|At Large 1||VACANT||VACANT|
|At Large 2||Ryan Humphrey||Clatsop Co. Law Enforcement Associationemail@example.com|