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OPOA Front Page Slideshow
Officer Josh Rains of the Woodburn Police Department investigates a DUII Crash.
Water Rescue Training on Lake Oswego
Members of the Lake Oswego Police Department, Lake Oswego Fire and Rescue, and LOCOM (Lake Oswego 9-1-1 Operators) participate in a water rescue training on Lake Oswego.
Hubbard Police Department
Chief Dave Dryden and the officers and reserve officers of the Hubbard Police Department.
Marion County Sheriff's Office Traffic Safety Deputy Casey Burnham checks out a large Walmart semi truck and trailer, which was wedged under the railroad crossing about two miles east of Independence.
Search and Seizure 2013: How Well Do You Know the Rules of the Game?
With over 100 in attendance, this year's Search and Seizure training was the highest attended single day training for the Oregon Peace Officers Association training yet!
Hillsboro Police Department K9 Bosco
During his 7 year career, Bosco, now retired, led police to 125 captures. Four times, he bit a suspect, on orders from his handler Officer Mike Lee of the Hillsboro Police Department.
Umatilla County Sheriff's Office Reserves
12 of Umatilla County Sheriff Office's 16 Reserve Deputies standing next to patrol vehicles that have been purchased with reserve funds.
A Newport Police Department officer attempts to rescue a car caught in the rising surf.
Washington County Sheriff's Office
The Washington County Sheriff's Office Traffic Safety Unit is responsible for enforcing traffic laws and promoting the safe flow of traffic. The Motorcycle Team
OPOA's professional training programs are recognized as among the best available in the state. We also host many national programs and make them available to Oregon officers. OPOA Members receive a special discounted rate for most OPOA trainings.
OPOA has the best and most respected awards program in the state. Each year we recognize the finest examples of honor, courage and selfless commitment to public service performed by Oregon law enforcement professionals. The Awards Banquet is held each year in conjunction with the annual OPOA Training Conference.
To learn more about the awards program, or learn about the awards criteria; please visit the awards section.
Each year, the Oregon Peace Officers Association offers a $1,000 scholarship opportunity to a dependent of an OPOA member or members.
For information about how a student can qualify for the scholarship, please visit our scholarship section: http://www.opoa.info/about/scholarship.
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Through many special committees, OPOA involves its members in the operation of the association, and allows for them to have a direct impact on a multitude of pending issues. Members are encouraged to participate in various committees and boards such as: Executive Board, Training, By-Laws, Legislation, Conferences, Awards, Membership, Directory, Scholarships, Public Information, Newsletter or Police Memorial.
With your OPOA membership you can choose to become a member of one of the three OPOA subchapters at no additional cost, including: Oregon Association of Reserve Peace Officers, Background Investigators Association, and Oregon Association of Property and Evidence Officers.
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