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.
Grizzlies Guns & Hoses Game
Los Cazadores LEMC
The LeMoyne-Owen College
|Miles for Memphis 5K
Hosted by the MPACF, this run is held in memory of all police officers that have lost their lives in the line of duty. Civilians and Officers of various agencies will run alongside the widows, children and other family members of fallen officers to show support for the fallen and the families left behind.For more information about the race, please visit mpagivesback.org/miles-for-memphis-5k
|Memphis Police Association Charitable Foundation Hearts of Giving Toy Drive –
The MPACF held the 3rd annual Hearts of Giving Dinner and Gift giving for special need and/or underprivileged children December 18, 2015. Mid-South children received gifts donated by members of the community, Mid-South businesses and members of the Memphis Police Association. To learn more about this event, visit our MPACF website (mpagivesback.org).Click here for more information about volunteering.
Los Cazadores LEMC
The MPACF is a proud sponsor of the fifth annual Los Cazadores LEMC event April 16, 2016 to benefit the Make-A-Wish Foundation. The money raised during the event will help to grant wishes for Make-A-Wish Kids.
Hester/Sykes Memorial Softball Tournament
The Hester/Sykes Memorial Softball Tournament is held every fall and is open to the public. The tournament is named for Robert Hester and John Sykes, Jr., both officers whose lives were lost in the line of duty. Memphis police officers and firefighters are welcome to participate in the event.
The 2016 tournament will be held on October 7 and 8, 2016 at Kennedy Park.
To learn more about the Hester/Sykes softball tournament or purchase a 2016 tournament T-shirt, call 901-523-7075.
Accelerate Your Criminal Justice Career
Our accelerated Studies for Adults and Professionals or ASAP program is designed with the working adult in mind. It offers flexible options for adult learners who, despite their busy lives, are determined to earn a bachelor’s degree from a quality institution.
Our ASAP Criminal Justice major is ideal for adults working in law enforcement, the judicial system and other careers associated with maintaining law and order. Our students conveniently earn a Bachelor of Arts degree in Criminal Justice while attending classes at night or on Saturdays.
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Financial Aid Available to Qualified Applicants