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MPPA and NAPO welcomed by Governor Bullock

The MPPA hosted the National Association of Police Organizations national conference in July in Kalispell. Truman Tolson, Past President of the MPPA and NAPO Regional Vice President worked for 4 years to bring the Conference to Montana. Over 200 NAPO members and families attended the conference. The MPPA hosted a boat tour of Flathead Lake, and Montana Operation Lifesaver hosted a barbecue for the attendees. Governor Steve Bullock welcomed the group to Montana, and Kalispell Chief Roger Nasset welcomed the group to Kalispell. Overall the conference was a great success.

Welcome to the Montana Police Protective Association web site! Our members belong to police agencies from all across our great state and we are proud to serve them.

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What is the Montana Police Protective Association

Police officers from around the state organized the MPPA to make the profession of policing better for every police officer. The courageous officers back in 1930 began a movement to make things better through legislative measures and through collective bargaining. Read more about the Montana Police Protective Association.

In 2005, the MPPA started the Montana Police Protective Association Foundation. The Foundation was started as a non-profit to support the MPPA's annual scholarships and essay contests to support youth in Montana, as well as other philanthropic endeavors.