About Us

Stronger members and stronger communities

Our Mission
The Memphis Police Association promotes the integrity, professionalism and fair and equal treatment of its members.
Our Pledge
We pledge to assist the citizens of our community however possible — whenever they need us.

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Community

Protecting and Connecting

The members of the Memphis Police Association are proud of our relationships with our community. Thanks to our neighbors and generous sponsors, we are able to host terrific events that benefit local nonprofits, as well as our membership.

Show that you are officially pro MPD by purchasing our fundraiser t-shirt.

Featured Events

Grizzlies Guns & Hoses Game

Catch A Cop 6k

MPACF Hearts Of Giving Toy Drive

Los Cazadores LEMC

2015 Hester/Sykes Memorial Softball Tournament

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News & Events

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Lemoyne-Owen College– Continuing Education in Criminal Justice

Public Service Announcement PST– Job Opportunity- Deadline is February 8, 2015 at 1:00 PM

Sean Bolton Fund – YouCaring

Sean Bolton Fund – PayPal

The shortage in Memphis police officers leads to an increase in overtime and risks the safety of officers and citizens. Read the full story here. – Fox Memphis ( February 2, 2016)

The amount fire and police personnel suffering from PTSD is on the rise in Memphis. Read the full story here. – Local Memphis ( February 2, 2016)

Police – involved shooting causes questions to arise over body cameras for the MPD. Read the full story here. – Fox Memphis (January 28, 2016)

Police officers involved in shooting. Body cameras still on hold. Read the full story here. – Local Memphis (January 28, 2016)

Shortage of police officers at the MPD causes a revival to the Police Service Technicians Program (PSA). Read the full story here. – Local Memphis (January 25, 2016)

The Memphis Police Department faces new obstacles as top leaders depart. Read the full story here. – The Commercial Appeal (January 8, 2016)

Mike Williams speaks to the challenges the department faces as Director Toney Armstrong departs and the MPD faces a decline in officers. Read the full story here. – Local Memphis (January 8, 2016)

Mike Williams addresses the concerns about the state of the morale of the  MPD  after the news of the departure of Toney Armstrong. Read the full story here. – Fox Memphis (January 7 , 2016)

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