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   NLPOA National President 2000-2004
   End of Watch 10-6-2015
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   President Message
  Violence Against Law Enforcement
   National President - Andrew P. Peralta
Location: Las Vegas, Nevada


Dear Members,

I recently returned from a trip to Phoenix, Arizona to speak to the Maricopa County Chapter’s General Membership meeting.  I spoke to the membership about the importance of continuing to tell the story of NLPOA to their peers and others. I emphasized my belief that NLPOA exists to build bridges to diverse communities; to teach young people the importance of considering a career in law enforcement and above all, to carry the rich traditions that our organization’s founders established for us.  Those traditions include assisting one another in times of need and to be role models for our communities we serve, for example. 

I was pleased to see the Maricopa County membership has grown and that the members’ motivation to further the organization is stronger than ever.  This renewed energy and passion has been accomplished through the leadership, enthusiasm and dedication to the NLPOA’s mission by its local chapter president, Andrew Gomez.  This revitalization of the chapter has led to new contacts within federal, state and local governments and new opportunities for our national board.  Thank you Andrew for being committed to the NLPOA and rising to the occasion in Arizona!

On a more somber note, there were many discussions centered on the recent shootings of peace officers around the country.  From Harris County in Texas to New York and Minnesota, the attacks on law enforcement officials are becoming more deliberate than in previous years. Just to give you background, according to the Officer Down Memorial Page ( the following are statistics of peace officers killed in the line of duty from 2012 through 2015:



Killed in the line of duty

Cause by Gunfire

Deaths Sept. – Dec.


















With an average of 47 officers killed in the line of duty from September – December the previous three years, this year is shaping up to be especially troubling.  More to the point, the type of officer killings have ranged from ambushes to flat out executions this year. 

As your president, I have had several interviews with local and national media outlets about this year’s rash of peace officers’ killings.  My message has been consistent and will remain the same.  The NLPOA supports peace officers.  As an organization, we will implore from our elected officials, both locally and federally, to work with peace officers and the community to quell the level of violence against peace officers.  As an organization encompassed by diversity of people, we also support the fair treatment of all community people; regardless of skin color, social status or religious affiliation. NLPOA is committed to continue to build trust between peace officers and the community at-large.  In this same vein, NLPOA implores the community to respect those who protect their communities.

Be safe!


Andrew P. Peralta

National President – NLPOA

Phone: 1-702-204-6383



  NLPOA Inland Empire Chapter
   Annual Recognition of Service to Youth
   Awarded by the Juvenile Justice and Delinquency
  October 15, 2015  
   Additional Information on Awarded by the Juvenile Justice

  Manuel Steve Gomez 
  Has fallen critically ill due to a diabetic stroke 
   Dallas County Chapter Board member
   Additional information on Manuel Steve Gomez
  Colorado chapters
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  North Denver Titan Cheer Team
  August 30, 2015
  Additional Information on the Colorado Chapters and Cheer Team
  Lucas County Sheriff John Tharp
  NLPOA North/West Ohio Chapter Member
  Additional Information on Lucas County Sheriff DART Program
  2015 NLPOA San Gabriel Valley Chapter 
   Al Rivera Scholarship running event
   August 28, 2015
  Additional information on San Gabriel Valley Chapter Event
   NLPOA Fresno County Chapter and
   the Selma Police Officers Association
   August 2015
   Additional Information Fresno County Chapter Event
  San Diego County NLPOA Membership
  National City California’s Automobile Heritage Day Festival and Car Show Event
  August 8, 2015
   Additional information on San Diego County event
  White House and Department of Justice
  Office of Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS) 
  July 23, 2015 
   Additional information on White House event

Pictures of the NLPOA Miami 2015 Convention

  Medal of Honor Citation 
   Sgt. Alfredo Cantu Gonzalez
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