What's New at OSPOA
An email addressed to our membership:
Please except our invite to our 3rd Annual Law Enforcement Appreciation Cookout & Grill. Along with local businesses and us, this is our way of showing all Law Enforcement that we appreciate them and all that you sacrifice. No other event has been done like this that we are aware of and this is our 3rd year! Kid friendly, Great food, deserts and fun. We will have some drawings and raffles and all of the proceeds will go to the Oregon Fallen Badge Foundation! Please pass onto any other LEO’s that you know.
Not LEO’s, yes you are invited to partake in the lunch, all that we ask is for a $10.00 donation for the Oregon Fallen Badge Foundation. See our face book page to RSVP and more details as they become available.
If you have questions, please send an email through the CONTACT US link above.
The new contract is now posted here on the website.
In our effort to continually improve our website, the Classified Ads Section is now open for business.
A couple of cool features:
- The ads are free for our members. Now you can include photos!!!
- You can create your own ad. No longer are you dependent on others to create it for you. If you would like assistance in creating the ad, please reach out to me or Amy to assist you in its creation.
As a caveat, everyone should know the ads will go through a review process prior to being posted. The ads will be limited to legitimate items and services that are for sale.
Check Out The New Resource Page....
In Short......What's going on?? Get a glimpse of what we are up to here at the OSPOA mothership.Paused
July 17, 2018 OSP FLASH ALERT ***Update-Names Released***Josephine County man Kills ex-girlfriend and then takes his own life - Josephine County UPDATE - Double fatality crash Hwy 211 - Clackamas County Both drivers killed in crash on Hwy 99W (Lane County) Motorcyclist killed in vehicle crash on Hwy 219 - Marion County (Photo) Serious injury crash in construction zone on Highway 97 south of Madras - Jefferson County (Photo) POLICE ONE NEWS DC chief calls for new laws after 0 jury convictions in inauguration riots Mass. chief backs UOF during vigil for fallen officer Calif. top court to decide what LEOs must do to avoid liability in pursuit accidents 3 men avoid death penalty in Fla. deputy's slaying Suspect in Mass. officer's killing headed to court