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MPA members! We need your help!

June 9th – Neighborhood Walk Sign-Up Happy Friday MPA Members! We need you on June 9th! Please click on the link below to sign up for the Neighborhood walk on Saturday, June 9th! We will be meeting at 0800 at the Starbucks on the NW corner of Power and McDowell to walk the neighborhoods of Districts 4 and 5, posting flags and bond/tax information signs. This... 

June 4, 2018 | Read the story »

Over the last few months, the Mesa Police Association has been meeting with Mayor Giles in a effort to close the gap in funding and personnel shortages within the police department. From the very first regularly scheduled meeting we were told there were no secret silos of money hidden and City leadership was eager to work with us to take care of our overworked and understaffed... 

February 22, 2018 | Read the story »

OAF’s Inaugural Blue Santa Scramble Golf Tournament

Join us on November 11th at the Superstition Springs Golf Club for the Officer Assistance Fund’s Inaugural Blue Santa Scramble Golf Tournament. Registration and sponsorship opportunities can be found on the attached flyers.   Register today at      Read More →

October 3, 2017 | Read the story »

OAF’s “We’ve got your six!” 80’s Skate Mix

The Mesa Police Association and the Officer Assistance Fund is pleased to bring you the “We’ve got your six!” 80’s Skate Mix on Thursday, June 22nd. Family skate is from 6-8pm, and adults only skate starts at 8pm. Wear your best 80’s skate costume, with a prize to the best! All proceeds go directly to the Officer Assistance Fund, which provides... 

June 13, 2017 | Read the story »

Your MPA’s response to City Manager Brady’s email reference the budget

On March 30th, 2017, City Manager Brady sent an email in reference to the proposed budget for 2017/2018. The email paints a dreary picture of city finances. Below are talking points the MPA has been presenting and working on the last few months as we met with City and Community leaders. Many of these points are taken directly out of the City’s CAFR (Comprehensive Annual Financial... 

March 31, 2017 | Read the story »

Great news! MPA welcomes Retired Members!

The Mesa Police Association unanimously decided to accept Retired Members during our March 2017 membership meeting. Retired membership is open to any City of Mesa sworn or civilian Police Department employee who has retired. Retired members shall have all rights and benefits of an Associate Member with the exception of the Legal Defense Fund.   There are two options for... 

March 3, 2017 | Read the story »

Your MPA responds to Republic Media and Steve Benson

Today, your MPA sent the following letter to Republic Media reference the recent inflammatory illustration by Steve Benson…    Read More →

July 11, 2016 | Read the story »

Vote NO on Prop 124

              Prop 124 Pension Update Just a reminder, the Mesa Police Association as well as the Arizona Police Association (our state association) adamantly opposes Prop 124. We believe this reform is a gateway to future pension destruction. If you have any questions about our position please contact a current board member or trustee.  Read More →

April 30, 2016 | Read the story »

2015 Christmas Toy Drive a Success!

Once again, your Mesa Police Association and the Officer Assistance Fund were honored to be a part of the annual toy drive organized by Mesa Vice Mayor Kavanaugh. On December 16th, the Vice Mayor hosted his annual pancake breakfast, where toys were collected by all that attended. The toys were then delivered to the patients at Cardon Children’s Medical Center by our own... 

December 17, 2015 | Read the story »

National Police Week 2015 in Washington DC

Several members of the Mesa Police Association were able to travel to Washington DC to celebrate National Police Week. Members were able to attend several events to pay respect for those Officers that have lost their lives, as well as honor those still doing great work today. Attended 2015 NAPO Top Cops Awards Dinner, attended by Vice President Joe Biden. Attended the Candlelight... 

May 19, 2015 | Read the story »
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